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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS ,J * 



OF THE Go^fi 



Province of Ontario 



FOR THE 



Twelve Months Ended 31st October 



3)3-1914 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




TORONTO : 
Printed and Published by L. K. CAMERON, Printer to the King's'Most Excellent Majesty 

19 15 




Printed by 

WILLIAM BRIGGS 

29-37 Richmond Street West 

TORONTO 






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To His Honour 

John Strathearn Hendrie, C.V.O., a Lieutenant- Colonel in the Militia of 

Canada, etc., etc., etc. 

Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario. 

May it Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the Public 
Accounts of the Province or* Ontario for the twelve months ended 31st October, 
1914. 

Kespectfully submitted, 

T. W. McGAKRY, 

Treasurer. 
Treasury Department, Ontario, 
January 18th, 1915. 



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Audit Office, 
January 18th, 1915. 



Hon. T. W. McGarry, K.C., 
Provincial Treasurer. 



Sir, — I have the honour to submit to you the Public Accounts for the twelve 
months ended 31st October, 1914. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. CLANCY, 

Auditor. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Miscellaneous Statements. 

PAGE 

Aid to Railways from Con- 
federation A 65-67 

Assets and Liabilities A 69-71 

Bank Balances A 20 

Comparative Statement 688-703 

Expenditure Statement 646-685 

Government Stationery Account.A 52-57 

Interest Account A 21 

Municipal Securities A 62-63 

Province of Ontario Loans A 59-61 

Railway Aid and Annuities Cer- 
tificates A 68 

Revenue and Expenditure ....A 16-19 

Sinking Funds A 64 

Temiskaming And Northern On- 
tario Railway A 58 

Summary Revenue Statements. 

Agriculture A 24-25 

Casual Revenue A 48-51 

Corporations Tax Act A 41-47 

Education A 23 

Fisheries A 26 

Insurance A 28 

Lands, Forests and Mines A 22 

Law Stamps A 29 

Provincial Secretary's Depart- 
ment A 27 

Succession Duty A 30-40 



Details of Expenditure. 

PAGE 

Agricultural Department: 

Civil Government 33-39 

General Expenditure 254-336 

Attorney-General's Department: 

Civil Government 4-5 

General Expenditure 47-72 

Audit Office 21 

Education Department: 

lOivil Government 6-8 

General Expenditure 73-157 

Executive Council Office 3 

King's Printer's Office 39 

Lands, Forests and 'Mines: 

Civil Government 8-13 

General Expenditure 533-560 

Legislation 41-47 

Lieutenant-Governor's Office 3 

Miscellaneous Services 569-611 

Provincial Secretary's Department: 

Civil Government 22-33 

General Expenditure 157-253 

do do 346-348 

Public Works Department: 

Civil Government 14-19 

General Expenditure 349-533 

Refunds 560-568 

Special Warrants 637-643 

Statutory Expenditure 611-636 

Treasury Department 19-21 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



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Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1914. 



Name. 


Page. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amyot, J. A. 

do 


"" 27 
283 

22 

604 

4 
636 

41 

63 

637 

4 
604 

351 

42 

39 
41 

6 

6 

36 

637 

638 

303 

96 

604 

41 

63 

637 

237 
242 
606 

106 
40 

49 
48 
51 

61 
604 

22 

604 

26 

31 

604 

32 

33 

604 

98 
107 


$ c. 

2,650 00 

600 00 


$ c. 




3,250 00 


Armstrong, S. A 


4,000 00 
750 00 


do 






4,750 00 


Bayly, E 


4,000 00 
50 00 


do 






4,050 00 


Berthon, C. S 

do 


800 00 
56 00 
64 16 


do 




Brooker, B. . 


750 00 
100 00 


920 16 


do 






850 00 


Brown, R 


800 00 
75 00 








875 00 


do 


1,603 00 
366 00 




1,969 00 


Coo, W. C 


1,500 00 

17 64 

50 00 

93 20 

500 00 


do 








do 






2,160 84 




800 00 

100 00 

62 50 






do 


- 




962 50 


Dymond, A. M 

do 


3,292 00 

750 00 

1,125 00 


do 






5,167 00 


Gilmour. J. T 


2,750 00 
500 00 
300 00 


do 






3,550 00 


hoggin. D. J 

do 


3,000 00 
400 00 




3,400 00 




*800 00 
66 00 
62 50 


do 










928 50 


Greer, Wm 


2,200 00 
200 00 


do 






2,400 00 


Johns. F. V 


2,400 00 
200 00 




2,600 00 


Jones, G. W 


1,200 00 
59 00 
76 50 

2,500 00 

75 00 

500 00 


do 




do 




do 


1,335 50 


do 






3,075 00 


do 


2,400 00 
100 00 




2.500 00 



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Statement giving the Names of Officials who drew pay from more than one source 
during the Twelve Months ended October 31st, 1914— (Concluded). 



Name. 



Page. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Lemoine, W. 
do 

Locke, H. A. 
do 



Macdonald, J. B. 
do 



Matthews, C. A. 
do 



Morris, W. H. 
do 



Morrison, V. R. 
do 



McCready, S. B. 
do 



McCullough, J. W. S 

do 

do 



McGhie, W. C. 
do 



Nursey, W. R. 
do 



Reddick, W. H 
do 



Seath, Jno. 
do 

Sheriff, A. 
do 
do 



Smith, R. W. Bruce. 

do 

do 

do 



Springer, S. 
do 



Walker, R. A. 
do 

Waugh, Jno. 
do 



Wilkinson, W. B 
do 
do 



12 
13 

52 

604 

52 
616 

19 
19 

12 
IB 

46 
604 

87 
604 

26 
27 
29 

39 
39 

132 
136 

351 
42 

6 
604 

14 

17 

604 

23 
604 
605 
605 

303 
96 

50 
50 

96 
91 

41 

64 

637 



$ c. 

1,150 00 

68 00 


1,400 00 
250 00 


2,250 00 
110 00 


2,100 00 
200 00 


1,076 52 
68 00 


750 00 
200 00 


2,600 00 
300 00 


3,750 00 

300 00 

75 00 


1,950 00 
222 00 


2,300 00 
100 00 



800 00 
75 00 



4,400 00 
500 00 



1,225 00 

1,116 88 

300 00 



2,800 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 



2,200 00 
100 00 



900 00 
50 00 



3,100 00 
100 00 



2,992 00 
750 00 
875 00 



$ c. 
1,218 00 
1,650 00 
2,360 00 
2,300 00 
1,144 52 

950 00 
2.900 00 

4,125 00 

2,172 00 

2,400 00 

875 00 

4,900 00 

2,641 88 

3,300 00 

2,300 00 

950 00 

3,200 00 

4.617 00 



MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 



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1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a 15 



Copy of a Minute of the Treasury Board, dated the 13th day of February, 
A.D. 1915. 

Upon consideration of the report of the Honourable the Provincial Treasurer, 
dated the 13th day of February, A.D. 1915, the Treasury Board doth hereby order 
that pursuant to the provisions of sub-section 1, of Section 32, of The Audit Act, 
Cap. 23, E.S.O. 1914, Statement No. 1 in the Public Accounts of Eeceipts and 
Payments for the year ending 31st October, 191-1, be published in the Public 
Accounts as set forth therein. 



Certified, 



J. LONSDALE CAPKfiOL, 

Qlerk Treasury Board. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 2. 
STATEMENT OF BANK BALANCES, 31st OCTOBER, 1914. 








$ c. 


$ c. 


Current Balance. 


British North America 


29,960 29 

12,660 59 
2,166 94 

44,979 21 

1,445 66 

736 59 

12,615 89 
9,048 45 
4,583 91 
9,136 72 
3,359 70 

23,650 65 
3,543 63 

99,499 94 

2,498 66 

252 78 

5,930 70 

3,849 03 

12,658 29 
3,354 86 






Commerce 






Northern Crown 






Dominion P , 

Farmers 

Hamilton 






Home 






Imperial 






Merchants 






Metropolitan 






Molsons 






Montreal 






Nova Scotia 

Ottawa 






Quebec 






Royal 






Standard 

Sterling 

Union 






Montreal — Carlton St. Branch 






Toronto — Balance due bank 






285,932 49 
58 24 






B.N.A 

Commerce 


285,874 25 


Special Deposits. 


25,000 00 
75,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
75,000 00 
50,000 00 

125,000 00 
75,000 00 

300,000 00 
50,000 00 

200,000 00 

100,000 00 
75,000 00 
25,000 00 
50,000 00 
50,000 00 
25,000 00 




Dominion 






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Home 






Imperial , 












Molsons 

Montreal 






Nova Scotia 






Ottawa 

Royal 






Standard 






S terling 






Toronto , 






Union 






Farmers 






Less balance of Federal Subsidy for Agricul- 
ture, deposited to Special Account 


1.350,000 00 

1,635,874 25 

60,068 36 
















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No. 1 



No. 4. 

Statement of Revenue of the Department of Lands, Forests and Mines for 
the year ended October 31st, 1914. 



Service. 



Land Collections. 



Crown Lands — 
Agricultural . 
Townsites . . . 



Mining 



Clergy Lands 

Common School Lands 
Grammar School Lands 
University Lands 



Rent — 

Mining Leases 
Crown Leases . 

Licenses 



Miners' 

Permits 

Recording Fees 



Royalties 



Supplementary 
Acreage Tax 
Profit Tax . . 
Gas Tax .... 



Revenue- 



Woods and Forests — 

Bonus 

Timber Dues 

Ground Rent 

Transfer Fees 



Provincial Assay 
Casual Fees .... 
Cullers' Fees 



Fees 



Algonquin Park 

Quetico Provincial Park 
Forest Reserves 



Refunds — 

Fire Ranging 

Wood Ranging 

Estimating Timber Berths 

Agents' Salaries 

Mining Recorders 

Surveys 

Bureau of Mines 

Northern Development . . . 



$ c 



$ c. 



81,418 82 
2,110 68 



83,529 50 
41,027 50 



367 56J 
978 03 
957 91 



2,498 74 


16,469 76 
40,755 48 


34,160 55 

860 00 

29,174 71 



10,046 41 

272,610 89 

24,204 10 




124,557 00 



9.802 24 



57,225 24 



64,195 26 
74,685 11 



306,861 40 



454,167 24 

1,112,480 38 

103,910 31 

4,330 00 



1,233 35 
5,816 62 


18,437 47 

2,421 00 

350 00 

88 50 

62 00 



23 94 
6 00 
4 01 



$ c. 



637,326 2b 



1,674,887 9S 



7,049 97 



21,392 92 



2,340,657 07 



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No 5. 

EDUCATIONAL REVENUE FOR 1913-14. 

Statement of Receipts of the Department of Education during the Fiscal year 

ended October 31st, 1914. 



Sub-Department. 



Particulars. 



Normal Schools: 
Toronto, London, Ot- 
tawa, Stratford, Ham- 
ilton, North Bay and 
Peterborough 

Provincial Model 
Schools: 
Toronto and Ottawa. 



Departmental Exams 
Superannuated Teachers 



Fees from Normal School Students 



Fees from Model and Kindergarten 
Pupils 



Miscellaneous 



Public Institutions: 
Ontario School for the 
Blind, Brantford . . . 

Ontario School for the 
Deaf, Belleville 



Examination Fees and appeals 
Subscriptions, 1914 



Sale of School Acts, Waste Paper, etc. 

Refund part of Board North Bay Nor- 
mal Students 

Refund accountable warrant, North Bay 

Inspector Gaboury — Refund account- 
able warrant 

Refund Agricultural grant 

Refund overpayment C. H. Spooner, 
London 

Refund part of board Summer School 

Refund grant to Rural School Library, 
Brant Co 

Refund Model School 

Sale old typewriter 



Fees from Pupils, sales, etc. 



Fees from Pupils, sales, etc. 



Amount. Total. 

$ c. $ c. 

5 00 



17,049 50 



1,681 03 

810 93 
22 18 

1 60 
112 25 

2 46 
16 17 

10 00 
21 95 
60 00 



2,747 97 



2,934 48 



17,054 50 
41.527 15 

785 00 



2,788 57 



5,o82 45 
67,787 67 



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No. 1 



No. 6. 
Statement of Revenue from Agriculture during Fiscal Year Ended October 31st, 1914. 



Ontario Agricultural College :— 


$ c. 

24,496 60 

17,402 50 

430 00 

104 50 

230 00 

41 00 
232 00 
596 22 

42 55 


$ c. 






















Supplemental examinations 




Fines and breakages 




Sundries 




Macdonald Institute and Hall : — 

Board 


43,575 37 


15,520 80 

8,595 00 

14 00 

106 89 

16 00 


Tuition and laboratory fees 




Supplemental examinations 




Fines and breakages 








Farm Department : — 

Sale of cattle 


24,252 69 


4,888' 11 

999 16 

146 25 

3,390 45 

730 00 

13 13 

97 23 

156 67 

148 00 

1,200 00 

11 46 


Sale of pigs 








Sale of milk 








Sale of barley 








Sale of lumber 




Service of animals 




Feed of horses . ; 




Sundries 




Dairy Department : — 


11,280 46 


2,469 11 

26 37 

409 13 

53 80 

811 06 

386 29 

1 00 

140 00 

.13 50 




Sale of butter 








Sale of ice cream 




Sale of butter fat 




Sale of skim milk and butter milk 








Rent 




Sundries 




Dairy School : — 

Sale of cheese 


4,310 26 


418 20 
122 25 

53 60 
675 92 
160 00 

11 44 


Sale of cream 








• Sale of butter fat 








Sundries 




Poultry Department :— • - _ : J « • - 

Sale of live poultry 


1 441 41 


636 75 

1,312 59 

2,020 36 

1,482 59 

4 55 








Sale of eggs for hatching 








Sundries 




Sale of fruit and vegetables . 


5,456 84 
832 52 




Sale of bees 




135 00 


Manuf acturinp- butter 


4,436 30 

156 60 

110 86 

1 75 

56 00 








Sale of cream 








es 




Fees 


4,761 51 





13,571 34 






191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a25 



No. 6 
Statement of Revenue from Agriculture. — Concluded. 



Colonization and Immigration : 

Refunds on assisted passages 


$ c. 

10,576 78 
95 50 


$ c. 


Bank interest 




Fruit Branch : — 

Sale of Produce — Horticultural Experiment Station 


10,672 28 


1,844 83 
55 46 

219 37 
45 89 
19 50 
30 50 

100 00 
38 55 


Sale of fruit at Canadian National Exhibition 




Cold storage and exhibitions, sale of produce 




Demonstration orchard work 




M. Pettit — refund accountable warrant 1912-13 




L. Jarvis do do 




F. M. Clement do do 




P. E. Culverhouse do do 




Demonstration Farm ; — 

Sale of potatoes 


2,354 10 


'16 38 

3 00 

37 80 

42 00 

17 58 

30 50 

8 00 

90 

28 80 

11 50 

125 00 




Sale of eggs 




Sale of beef 




Sale of pigs 








Sale of seed wheat 




Sale of ram 




Sale of poultry 




Sale of wool 




Service of animals 




Sale of bull 


v 


Agricultural Societies :— 

For services of judges at fairs • 


321 46 


756 00 

883 70 

35 00 

13,293 00 




Refunds on judges' railway fares 




Sale of typewriter 




Subvention for seed fairs 




Stationary Engineers : — 

Certificate and examination fees 


14,967 70 
11,948 25 




Institutes :— 

For services of lecturers and delegates at meetings 


738 95 

9 90 

50 00 

32 75 




J. W. Spencer — refund 1912-13 warrant 




J. A. Carpenter do do 




W. J. Stinson do do 




Live Stock Branch : — 

For stallion enrolment fees 


831 60 




5,653 10 


Factory Inspection : — 


332 00 

96 44 




Refunds of travelling expenses '. 




Sale of linoleum, Essex 


428 44 


9 00 

75 00 

2 25 






Refund of overpayment of insurance, Essex 




Insurance on account of fire, poultry buildings, Guelph 


86 25 


202 00 

50 00 

9 22 








Sundries 






261 22 










157,141 80 



&26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 7. 

Statement of Revenue Received from Game and Fisheries during the year ended 

October 31st, 1914. 



Game. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Trappers' Licenses 

Non-resident Licenses 


300 25 

7,400 00 

24,961 73 

6,250 00 

1,158 20 

244 00 

100 00 

1,486 00 

6,034 44 

2,772 49 




Resident Deer Licenses 




Resident Moose Licenses '. 




Game Dealers' Licenses 




Hotel and Restaurant Licenses 




Cold Storage Licenses 




Guides Licenses 




Fines 




Sales 








Total Game 




50,707 11 


Fisheries. 
Fishing Licenses 


80,363 65 
20,094 75 

1,120 45 
661 56 

1,889 21 




Angling Permits , 




Fines 








Rondeau Park 








Total Fisheries 




104,129 62 








Total 


154,836 73 

















1913-14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



as? 7 



No. 8. 

Statement of Receipts of the Provincial Secretary's Department during fiscal year 

ended 31st October, 1914. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Provincial Secretary's De- 
partment . 


Letters Patent, Licenses, etc 

Companies returns 


176,270 05 

29,784 00 

149,210 45 

2,076 30 

184 15 

2,257 36 






Automobile licenses 




Provincial Registrar's Office. 


Commissions 

Certificates 

By-laws, copies and searches .... 

5 exemplifications @ 8.25c 

224 certified copies @ $2.50 

14 special certificates @ 50c 

1 do 


359,782 31 


41 25 

560 00 

7 00 

1 00 

35 50 

15 


142 searches @ 25c 

Collection charges 






Refunds 

1,556 Certificates of Birth @ 50c. . . . 

289 do Marriage @ 50c. 

577 do Death @ 50c. . . 
4,657 searches @ 25c 


644 90 


Registrar-General's Office. . 


543 13 
778 00 
144 50 
288 50 
1,164 25 
5 26 




Copies of affidavits 








2,923 64 
363,350 85 







a28 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

No. 9. 

DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE. 

Receipts for the year ended 31st October, 1914. 

Ontario Insurance Act : — 

Insurance Companies' Register $31 ,609 96 

Friendly Societies' Register 1,031 00 

Miscellaneous 19,586 53 

Total $52,227 49 

Loan and Trust Corporations' Act : — 

Loan Companies' Register $6,525 00 

Loaning Land Companies' Register 800 00 

Trust Companies' Register 4 ,225 00 

Miscellaneous 2 ,785 55 

Total 14,335 55 

Total Revenue $66,563 04 






191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a2<> 



STATEMENT No. 10. 

Statement of Revenue received from the sale of Law Stamps during; the fiscal year 

ended October 31st, 1914. 



County. 


Distributor. 


Amount. 




A. J. Wilkes 


$ c. 
286 20 


<« 


F. G. Biscoe 


1,525 00 


Bruce 


T. Dixon 


1,020 00 




J. A. Ritchie 


2,271 00 




H. Endacott 


150 00 




T. Bowles, Estate 


86 98 


Elgin 


J. Farley , 


903 50 


Essex 


F. Cleary 


1,496 00 




H. Clay 


550 00 


Frontenac 


J. L. Whiting 


1,293 00 


Grey 


J. Armstrong 


467 00 




W. A. Bishop 


550 00 


Haldimand 


J. A. Murphy 


309 00 


Halton 


W. I. Dick 


440 00 


Hastings 


P. J. M. Anderson 


2,740 50 


Huron 


D. McDonald 


2,380 00 


Kent 


J. Holmes 


950 00 


Lambton 


J. P. Bucke 


3,358 45 


Lanark 


W. P. McEwen 


600 00 


Leeds and Grenville 


0. K. Fraser 


2,836 50 


Lennox and Addingt jn 


H. M. Deroche 


280 00 


Lincoln 


M. Brennan 


3,182 50 


Middlesex 


J. B. McKillop 


1,865 00 




F. S. Snider 


535 30 


Northumberland and Durham 


W. F. Kerr 


2,350 00 


Ontario 


J. E. Farewell 


550 00 


Oxford 


F.R.Bali 


2,077 00 


Peel 


W. H. McFadden 


500 00 


Perth 


G. G. McPherson 


2,655 00 




G. J. Sherry 


679 00 


Prescott and Russell 


J. Belanger 


360 00 




R. H. Hubbs 


298 80 


Renfrew 


T. Henderson 


500 00 




J. R. Cotter 


2,805 75 


Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry .... 


J. Dingwall 


1,100 00 


Vict jna 


J. R. McNeillie 


650 00 


Waterloo 


W. H. Bowlby 


1,131 00 






. 787 00 


Wellington 


A. H. Macdonald 


2,608 00 


Wentworth 


S. F. Washington 


3,885 00 


York 


A. F. Wallis 


12,412 00 


Algoma District 


C. V. Plummer 


1,053 00 


Kenora " 


C. W. Chadwick 


302 50 






75 00 


Muskoka " 


T. Johnson 


255 00 


Nipissing " 


T. E. McKee 


867 95 


Parry Sound District 


E. Jordon 


353 00 


Rainy River " 


W.H.Elliott 


236 00 


Sudbury " 


J. D. Shipley 


617 00 


Thunder Bay " 


A. W. Thompson 

F. L. Smiley 


3,120 00 


Temiskaming " 


935 00 




J. H. Carnegie 


60,155 30 


Toronto 


Aylsworth & Co 


20 00 










$133,414 23 



a30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914. 



County or District and Estate. 



Algoma — 

Adams, James 

Plummer, W. H 

Brant — 

Huson, Albert 

Kelly, Philip 

McTntyre, Alexander 

Paterson, William 

Bruce — 

Cargill, Margaret 

Findlay, Robert 

Howe, James 

Mclver, John 

McLeod, Donald 

Moore, R. E 

O'Hagan, John 

Carleton — 

Baxter, Julia 

Brophy, George. P 

Cunningham, Frances M. de H. 

Daniels, Samuel 

Dionne, Joseph, F 

Gamble, Samuel 

Gilmour, John 

Goodwin, Sophia 

Greene, Caroline 4 

Hall, Edward A.".. 

Herbert, Herbert G 

Keating, A 

Kenly, Margaret 

Keppleman, Adolphus 

Lowe, John 

McNaughton, Annie 

Martin, Margaret 

Patterson, Joseph H 

Pinard, Alfred L 

Read, Grace 

Read, Maria 

Ren wick, Hugh 

Scott, Richard W 

Stephen, Robert Wm 

Stephens, Alfred James 

Toiler, Ida Mercy 

Vaughan, Margaret M 

Wicksteed, Richard J 

DUFFERIN — 

Leflar, Lavinia E 

Elgin — 

Baker, John 

Cameron, Francis Jean 

Chapman, George C 

Evans, Richard F , 

Farthings, Charles L 

McRae, Murdock 

Macfarlane, John M 

Morgan, George 

Preffer, Lucius 




272 

8,908 




Carried forward 5,682 66 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a31 



No. 1 1. 

Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward 

Elgin — Continued. 

Trumbull, George, W 

Woods, Edward 

Essex — 

Allan, Henry W 

Bartiett, George 

Beattie, Joseph H 

Curry, John 

Janisse, Marie Z 

Johnson, Anna M 

Lawler, James 

O'Connor, J. E 

Randall, Mary D 

Skae, E. A 

Trowbridge, Lyman 

Frontenac — 

Curtis, Chester L 

Day, Almeda Jane 

Hazlett, John 

McCormick, Armstrong . . 

McGill, Alicia G 

Minnes, Annie 

Mooers, George 

Waldron, Gordon 

Grey — 

Carnahan, Archibald. . . . 

McDonald, Edward 

McKinnon, Donald 

Ramsay, John 

Vickers, Thomas 

Haldimand — 

Edwards, James 

Kirkland, George 

Halton — 

Coulson, George 

Cruthers, Samuel 

Hilton, Henry 

Hunter, Isaac S 

Justin, Wellington F 

Kean, Letitia 

Kerns, Williams 

Robertson, David 

Wright, Robert H 

Huron — 

Hackney, William 

Haist, August 

McEwen, G. M 

McKenzie, Charles 

McQuaid, James A 

Robb, David 

Wainwright, Henry 

Hastings — 

Callaghan, Thomas E. . . 

Farrell, William F. W. D. 

Holden. Esther 

Jones, William C 

Stickle, C. F 




014 30 
,660 35 

,950 61 
391 74 
854 77 
,457 61 
922 92 
857 12 
684 07 
,251 61 
71 91 
5 43 
190 59 



12 35 
,367 81 
924 18 
665 93 
698 28 

38 30 
913 00 
445 69 



34 26 
983 35 
,549 64 
582 02 

24 97 

546 00 
,763 10 



506 84 
,299 37 
18 23 
409 91 
852 75 
710 30 
583 56 
,644 47 
187 18 



Carried forward 



149 73 
539 80 
,826 94 
834 40 
144 00 
109 29 
470 70 



254 97 
24 00 
,050 38 
485 21 
441 37 



65,968 78 



8,357 31 



13,638 38 



5,065 54 

4,174,24 
4,309 10 



6,212 61 



4,074 



2,255 93 



114,056 75 



a32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914. 



-Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



Brought forward 

Kent — 

McAllister, Duncan 

Nelles, W. S 

Werneke, A. E 

Lambton — 

Buckley, Patrick Lucy . . . 

Clement, John J 

Hall, Helen 

Hossie, John 

Houston, Eliza 

Loughead, James S 

McParland, Lawrence M 
Lanark — 

Haggart, John Graham . . . 

Spalding, W.M 

Waddell, Jessie A 

Ward, W. A 

Leeds and Grenville — 

Cockrill, Thomas 

DeWitta, Jacob 

Gilmour, James Herbert . . 

Ryan, Roderick M.C.S' 
Lennox and Addington — 

Bates, Martin J 

McGill, Susannah 

McGill, William 

Lincoln — 

Dolmage, Caroline P . . ... 

Duncan, William Samuel 

Joslin, William L 

Sangster, Alex 

Wilmot, John 

Middlesex — 

Cawthorpe, Sarah 

Cook, Firmin 

Edwards, Henry 

Forristal, John 

Graham, Margaret M 

Hamilton, George L 

Jackson, George 

Leonard, Charles W 

Mackinnon, Sophie W . . . . 

Morgan, Mary G 

Percival, William 

Pincombe, John 

Ridout. K.M 

Rispin, Luke 

Rundle, William 

Saunders, William 

Stewart, Mary 

Street, Mary 

Sutherland, Robert 

Thompson, Wm. John... 
Nipissing — 



Hamilton, Alexander 

McCamus, Mary 

Sauve, John B 



395 99 
225 15 
476 23 



811 01 
28 47 

846 97 

87 09 

554 47 

367 93 

812 26 



3,586 95 


716 91 


781 83 


835 47 


805 20 


66 95 


3,484 65 


2,637 63 


243 83 


669 03 


1,723 23 



952 13 
16 80 
200 80 
500 00 
,699 74 



228 50 

512 44 
192 50 
411 98 

513 61 
,793 91 

96 00 
,210 30 
,988 00 

670 61 
,468 53 

573 96 

376 60 
,259 87 
,282 44 
,000 00 
,115 86 
,045 18 

424 27 
,585 75 



2,417 42 
1,500 00 
2,263 20 



Brought forward. 






1913 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



*S3 



No. 11. 

Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914. — Continued, 



County or District and- Estate. 



Brought forward, 



NORFOLK — 

Beaty, Robert 

Bond, Robert 

Wymer, David 

Northumberland AlNd Durham — 

Beatty, John- 

Choate. Charlotte E. H 

Grose, William 

Walker, Mary Ann 

Ontario — 

Adams, David 1) 

Colton, Mary 

Crawf orth, Matthew 

Gormley, Arthur 

Hill, Walter 

Kennedy, Samuel 

McCaw, Robert 

Pedlar, George Henry 

Smith, John 

Trevail. J 

Woon, Robert 

Oxford — 

Bates, Robert 

Hele, Annie 

McCrow. William 

Miller, Anthony 

Parry Sound — 

Knight. Walter 

Peel — 

Crawford, Eli 

Mclntyre, Peter 

Steel, Nathaniel 

Pbrth — 

Chalmers, James 

Mclver, Henry 

Peterborough — 

Burnham, Zaceheus 

Greer, John Gandy 

Moore, Ann 

Prescott and Russell — 

Julien, Moise 

McColl, Alexander 

Prince Edward — 

Gordon. N 

Johnson, James Albert 

North, James C 

Skinner, Samuel 

Slaven. Milo 

Walt, Sarah M 

Renfriw — 

Barnet, Harold G 

Cameron, Lachlan 

Leitch, Robert, the elder 

McLaehlan, Hugh F 




609 03 

446 70 

896 93 

1,271 65 



255 39 

464 80 

1,442 59 

225 00 

3,697 45 

38 30 

3,335 05 

1,104 70 

1,139 21 

971 85 

947 57 



1,207 30 
801 59 
876 60 
294 90 



695 60 
669 57 
100 00 



Carried forward, 
*3 P.A. 



471 53 
510 00 


571 14 

1,091 14 

19 44 


1,151 30 
479 56 



1,000 00 
20 17 

155 20 
2,672 63 
1,622 81 

650 00 



200 45 

296 09 

1,575 77 

94,368 99 



1,704 24 



3,224 31 



13,621 91 



3,180 39 
1,967 78 



1,465 17 
981 53 

1,681 72 
1,630 86 



6,120 81 



96,441 30 



311,534 42 



a34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914. — Continued . 



County or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brought forward 




311,534 42 


Sim cob — 

Black, Kobert 


553 17 

1,585 59 

141 89 

1,666 18 

562 29 

608 58 

2,300 00 

40 00 

72 07 


Gray, John 




Hallen, Edgar : 




Hallen, Preston 




Jamieson, Arthur McL 




Paterson, Isabella 




Payette, Peter 




Tisdale, W. B 




Turner, Thomas P 




Stormont, Dtjndas and Glengarry — 


7,529 77 


Atchison, John B 


503 00 
493 95 
183 50 
361 15 
20 67 

50 00 
3,862 91 

47 26 
216 70 
517 86 


Casselman, James S 




DeShaw, George H 




Fletcher, John W 




Fox, James Plees 








McCuaig, John 




McLellan, Donald 




McLennan, Alexander 








Morrison, Donald W 






6,469 00 
150 40 


Baird, Samuel 




Bagan, Francis WilHam 


1,363 98 

386 26 

44 00 

1,984 93 

106 32 

6,726 70 

46 02 

8 66 








Gaillard, David G 








Page, Henry 








Seeberg, E. A 








Victoria — 


10,666 87 


Kerr, Francis J 


24 70 

96 25 


Metherell, Elias 






120 95 


Boehmer, August 


102 50 
1,573 75 

170 33 
6,857 75 

629 38 

490 65 


Goldie, David Moray 




Martin, Joseph S 




Seagram, Edward F 




Strickland, Caroline 




Young, James 




Welland — 

Beatty, William L 


9,824 36 


1,780 82 
130 00 
251 78 
797 51 
878 02 
763 97 
560 00 
19 50 


Buckley, Morgan Major 




Davis, Laureance 




Jones Frank R 




Morgan, Hannah 




Pierce, William B 




Price, Edgar W 




Sidey, J. J 




Wellington — 


5,181 60 


56 55 

45 66 

546 57 

578 45 


Coke. James E 








Hanna, Eliza Jane 








Carried forward 


1,227 23 


351,477 3: 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a35 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 







Brought forward 

Wellington — Continued. 

Hanna, William 

Hobson, Samuel J 

Jackson, George 

Kennedy, Alexander 

McMullen, James 

Morris, Ed 

Wentworth — 

Anderson, Eliza 

Beasley, Thomas 

Clark, John 

Clark, John Alexander 

Crerar, Peter D 

Fairgrieve, John B 

Fletcher, D. F 

Gaviller, Henrietta 

Gillespie, Grace M 

Hood, William Daniel 

Lucas, Henry Frederick . . . 

Mackay, Robert 

Morris, James V 

Morton, David 

New, Henry 

Park, Annie M 

Patterson, John 

Smith, Donald 

Thomson, John 

Tomkins, Joseph 

Tuckett, George T 

Turner, Alex 

Walsh. Mary 

Webber, Frederick C 

Wilcox,H. W 

Wilkinson, Mary A. E .... 

Wright, John 

YOBK — 

Abbott, Anderson R 

Abell, John 

Allen, A. W 

Anderson, Francis Hy 

Armstrong, Elijah 

Arnot, Peter 

Ashbourne, Edward, Baron 

Atkins, George 

Bac ju, Samuel S 

Banks, Arthur F 

Barker, Leonard 

Barron, Rosalie Mary 

Barton, John 

Beaty, Thomas S 

Beatty, Henry 

Beer, W. W 

Begg, Elizabeth H 

Bell, Elizabeth 

Bishop, James 

Blackburn, William 

Blong, Maria 

Carried forward , 



1,227 23 


351,477 37 


736 00 




8 50 




481 25 


- 


6 25 




7,678 39 




47 78 


10,185 40 




523 10 




106 01 




192 00 




483 68 




1,672 15 




650 26 




1,399 98 




1,957 55 




1,200 77 




207 60 




489 00 




3,221 39 




219 72 




1,488 21 




2,165 50 




7,000 00 




23,282 21 




4,000 00 




13,586 12 




721 53 




37,736 90 




17,548 95 




576 65 




3,308 95 




721 00 




1,323 00 




36 00 


125,818 23 




700 96 




72 25 




3,095 82 




60 76 




303 62 




556 41 




124 40 




41 83 




97 00 




37 18 




844 38 




197 15 




564 72 




2 50 




43,307 05 




4,760 00 




168 65 




3,123 25 




1,407 39 




42 48 




3,811 57 




63,319 37 


487,481 00 



a>36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Ho. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1014. — Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



$ c. 



Brought forward 

York — Continued. 

Boeckh, Margaret H 

Borebank, John H 

Boultbee, Will Mulock . . . 
Bowerman, Wm. King . . . 

Brigham, Clara A 

Brown, Abner 

Brown, Michael 

Bull, Thomas Henry 

Burgess, Ralph K 

Burney, Walter C. S 

Burton, Baptist 

Burton, Louise G. 

Butler, Seleucia 

Caldwell, Eliza L. M . . . . . 

Caldwell, William 

Campbell, Archibald 

Campbell, Charlotte 

Campbell, Katharin M 

Campbell. Magdalene 

Carlyle, William 

Chamberlain, Arthur 

Chapman, Isaac 

Clark, Daniel 

Clark, Helen Gordon 

Clark, William Henry 

Clarke, Francis B 

Clouston, Edward S 

Cockshut, John 

Colby, James Geo. E 

Colling, Joseph S 

Cooke, Frank C 

Corcoran, Michael 

Craig, William Clark 

Cramp, George 

Crawford, Sarah C 

Crombie, Margaret J 

Cutler, Thomas M 

Daniell, Louisa S 

Daveling, Bernadette 

Davenport, John M 

Davis, William J 

de Blois, Henry D 

de Cazes, Paul 

de Larrinaga, Teodora . . . 

de Lisle, Charles A 

Dill, John .• 

Duclos, Albert F 

Elliot, James 

Ellis, T. D 

Emerson, Edward C 

Evans, Edwin James 

Evans, Robley D 

Evans, William Henry B. 

Fauvel, Philip B 

Fisher, Donald Fraser... 
Fitzgerald. Mary 



Carried forward 189,142 13 » 487,481 00 



63,319 37 


487,481 00 


1,719 15 


34 25 




740 70 




160 91 




128 45 




471 96 




250 80 




13,909 25 




11,248 86 




78 




445 00 




297 70 




309 56 




7 77 




1,365 25 




5,000 00 




1,175 11 




110 18 




4,799 82 




531 86 




354 63 




578 39 




1,501 89 




8,478 37 




143 01 




604 91 




15,029 23 




617 33 




156 33 




582 83 




1,233 47 




2,440 68 




31,460 21 




253 59 




1,200 00 




629 91 




8 95 




187 33 




117 80 




154 16 




694 07 




14 48 




393 68 




53 30 




3,591 97 




• 6,266 46 




62 56 




2,633 86 




94 85 




1,324 73 




1,681 61 




7 37 




99 33 




10 25 




409 06 




44 80 





191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a 37 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914.— Continued. 



Counts' or District and Estate. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Brought forward 


189,142 13 
i 

185 92 

70 10 

25 16 

57 40 

19,228 75 

750 00 

902 85 

1,671 36 

274 76 

44,599 66 

3,190 47 

148 37 

592 47 

82 55 

11 32 

3,150 69 

1,553 49 

4,871 74 

885 16 

415 43 

295 40 

14 33 

341 98 

372 39 

27 40 

35 14 

6,021 02 

20 40 

567 33 

35 95 

377 72 

170 85 
173 27 
335 09 
978 43 
686 97 
112 13 

50 13 

11,296 58 

73 80 

179 82 

1,720 35 

141 57 

600 00 

622 13 

520 59 

9 35 

39 47 

23 93 

1.297 60 

25,000 00 

9.476 80 

1 25 

240 00 

171 61 


487,481 00 


r OBK — Continued. 

Footner, Edward 


Ford, Lucretia 




Forster, Edward A 




Foster, Alexander M 




Gates, Charles G 




George, Thos. H 




Gilbert,- Reginald 




Gillette. Emi]y 




Goad, Charles E 




Gooderham, Robert T 




Gwynne, Eliza Ann 




Hall, Agnes 




Hamilton, Sewell < 




Hastings, Fred C 




Hands, William John 




Heilbut, Samuel 




Henderson, James 




Hertlein, Christopher E 




Hills, David 




Hoare, Louisa E. H 








Houpin, Louis Edmond 








Hurst, Joseph S 








Ingold, Frances M. B 




Irwin, John '. 








Jackson, Edward Barker 








Jopp, Alex. Webster 




Kenney, E. Y 








Kingsmill, Nicol 








Lang, William 








Langton, James 








Lee, Philip Taylor 








Lindsay, Ninian R 








Love, Spencer 

McCall, Samuel 








McKay, Christina 








McKinnon, Sidney F 








McNair, Matthew 




McWilliam, Sarah 






333,840 55 


487,481 00 



a38 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914.— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward. 



M, 



York — Continued. 
Macdonald, Adam 
Mackinnon, Sarah J.... 

Mara, Henry S 

Matthews, Wilbur C... 

Melvin, William 

Middleton, I. M 

Miller, David 

Miller, Hyman 

Miller, T. H 

Milne, Peter W 

Moody, George 

Moore, Mary 

Morrill, L. W 

Morris, Massey 

Morrow, James C 

Morse, Charles 

Morse, Godfrey 

Moss, Charles 

Mott, Catharine Ann . . . 
Mulock, Sarah E. C... 

Myer, Helen W 

Nasmith, John D 

Newton, Bertha 

Nordheimer, Samuel 

Norris, Charles C 

Ogilvie, Thomas 

O'Connell, Thomas 

Ouchterlony, Mary A . . . 

Oxley, E. W 

Parslow, John 

Paterson, Jane 

Pears, George 

Pennington, A. J 

Penny backer, Edgar M. 
Play fair, John Spiers . . 

Poole, Samuel 

Potter, Charles 

Prendergast, Alice T 

Proudf oot, Alexander . . . 

Pye, Randall H 

Ransom, Wm. Wallace.. 

Ref ord, Robert 

Reid, John 

Reynolds, Charles 

Richardson, Francis 
Riley, James Johnstone. 

Riter, Sophie A 

Riter, Thomas B 

Rogers, Matilda C 

Rogers, William A 

Rolland, J. Damien 

Ross, George W 

Rowland, Nancy M 

Rowland, Thomas M... 

Russell, John 

St. Denis E. (S) 



$ c. 



333,840 56 



Carried forward 572,372 49 i 487,481 00 



25 

520 

25,000 

1,200 

28 

905 

2 

3,059 

355 

3,262 

21 

670 

432 

15,667 

1,098 

8 

13 

1,529 

168 

12,176 

133 

3,479 

108 

50,000 

95 

10,000 

952 

41 

2 

472 

182 

30,318 

249 

48 

107 

39 

30 

206 

101 

342 

225 

30,000 

58 

271 

555 

23 

3,565 

5,965 

489 

2,988 

648 

584 

843 

8,142 

21,000 

114 



00 
83 
00 
00 
40 
97 
31 
07 
36 
00 
75 
34 
03 
08 
64 
33 
87 
08 
31 
03 
00 
65 
45 
00 
67 
00 
00 
00 
37 
50 
07 
96 
21 
96 
93 
60 
00 
01 
18 
33 
47 
00 
65 
24 
95 
68 
04 
44 
24 
54 
42 
48 
08 
87 
00 
54 



$ c. 



487,481 00 






191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a29 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914— Continued. 



County or District and Estate. 




$ c. 



Brought forward. 



Samuel, Jacob 

Scarfe, T. H 

Scott, Hugh 

Scott, Julia M 

Shanklin, Alice Ann . 
Shaw, William M.... 

Sheard, Joseph 

Shepard, A. J 

Shersley, M. M. C. R 

Shone, S. A 

Sinclair, James C . . . . 

Slade, W. G 

Smith, David 

Smith, J. Sproul 

Smith, Robert A 

Smyth, T. H 

Somerset, Jane 

Sparrow, Joseph W . . . 

Spencer, C. H 

Spindlo, W. G 

Spry, William 

Standish, Ira 

Stark, John , 

Starke, Lydia 

Stewart, CO 

Stuart, Jane J 

Tamblyn, W. W 

Thompson. Annie E 

Thompson, John A 

Thorburn, Mary 

Tod-Mercer , James 

Trower, Henry S 

Tucker, M. L 

Verral, G. W 

Wallace, Mary B 

Walmsley, Thomas . 

Watson, Hugh 

Whiteley , Jonathan . . . 
Whiteway, William V... 

Wicks, Henry , 

Wiley, Harold A 

Wilkes, Matilda 

Woods, Michael J 

Wyld. Frederick 



1914 
Funds deposited in lieu of Bond for payment of Succession Duty. 
Brant — 

Ramsay, James 

Wilkes, Matilda 

Carleton — 

Merrill, Milton W 

Moran, Thomas 

Frontenac — 

MacDonald, Duncan S 

Huron — 

Roberts, John M , 



572,372 49 

8,249 99 

58 21 

2,100 85 

53 62 

961 48 

1,585 70 

710 34 

2,500 00 

81 59 

18 15 

5,147 22 

20 00 

5,000 00 

600 00 

34,694 38 

551 60 

18 68 

11,556 41 

2 47 

158 32 

508 55 

4,197 40 

1,341 29 

39 92 

10 72 

5,140 00 

718 08 

1,960 57 

2,922 56 

536 60 

152 67 

1,324 97 

6 88 

617 94 

1,679 19 

10,000 00 

1,549 08 

49 28 
95 20 

704 54 
2,500 00 

50 26 
9,682 62 

17,107 54 



1,000 00 
100 00 



700 00 
700 00 



487,481 00 



709,337 36 



1,196,818 36 



1,100 00 



1.400 00 
1,500 00 

2,500 00 
6,500 00 



aK» 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 11. 
Statement of Succession Duty for the fiscal year ended 31st October, 1914.— Concluded. 



County or District and Estate. 



Brought forward. 



Funds deposited in lieu of Bond for payment of Bueeefsion Duty. 
Hastings — 

Brown , James * 

Bull. S.J 

Lambton — 

Stonehouse, Amos A 

Lanark — 

Matthew, Isabella 

Scantlion, Francis 

Leeds and Grenville — 

Abbott, Edwin 

Blake, Eliza Ann 

Senkler, Agnes C 

Steacy , George 

Oxford — 

Veale, Thomas 

Simcoe — 

Carpenter, E . R 

Thunder Bay — 

McAllister, James • 

Wellington — 

O'Callaghan, Isabelle 

Wentworth — 

Beer, Isaiah 

Green, Frederick 

York — 

Ayre, Harriet Joiner 

How, James B 

King, Charles 

Murray, James 

Murray, John Lovell 

Nairn, Alex 

Kobinson, Titus W 

Sharpies. John 

Shuter, David , # 

Walker, Emily .' 



$ c. 



$ c. 



1.000 00 
2,000 00 



3,000 00 
4,800 00 

12,000 00 I 
1,000 00 ; 

3,200 00 
3,000 00 i 



5,000 00 
600 00 

800 00 
1,000 00 
20,000 00 
3,500 00 
. 125 00 
7,500 00 
4,000 00 
1,000 00 

890 00 
2,500 00 



6,500 0© 



3,000 00 
1,200 0© 



7,800 (* 

19,200 08 
1,200 00 

2,500 0© 
1,000 00 
1,500 06 

5,600 0# 



41,315 to 



90,815 0« 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



all 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT 

A Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From « whom received. 



Life Insurance Co's. 



Fire Insurance Co's. 



i 



^Etna Life Insurance Co 

Capital Life Assurance Co 

Commercial Union Assurance Co 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of the 

U.S -.. 

Edinburgh Life Assurance Co j 

Great West Life Assurance Co 

Gresham Life Assurance iSociety i 

La iSauvegarde Life Insurance Co j 

London & Lancashire Life & General! 

Assurance Association 

London Life Insurance Co., 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance 

Co 

Mutual Life & Citizens' Assurance Co j 

Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. . 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co | 

/Monarch Life Insurance Co 

Northern Life Assurance Co. of Canada. . 
'North British & Mercantile Insurance Coi 

New York Life Insurance Co 

Policy Holders' Mutual Life Insurance Co.j 

Prudential Life Insurance Co | 

Phoenix Assurance Co j 

Royal Insurance Co 

Royal Guardians 

(Security Life Insurance Co 

Sovereign Life Insurance Co. of Canada. 

Star Life Assurance Society 

State Life Insurance Co I 

(Scottish Amicable Life Assurance Co. . . .; 
Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford, 

Conn 

United iStates Life Insurance Co 

Union Life Insurance Co., for 1912 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co 



Acadia Fire Insurance Co 

JEtna Insurance Co. of Hartford 

Alliance Assurance Co 

Atlas Assurance Co 

Anglo-American Fire Insurance Co 

British-American Assurance Co 

British Colonial Fire Insurance Co 

British Crown Assurance Corporation... 
British Northwestern Fire Insurance... 

Canadian Fire Insurance Co 

Caledonian Insurance Co 

Central Canada Manufacturers' M. F. In 

surance Co 

Commercial Union. Assurance Co 

Connecticut Fire insurance Co 

Canada National Fire Insurance Co 

Continental Insurance Co. of New York. 

dominion Fire Insurance Co 

Equitable Fire & Marine Insurance Co.. 



3,215 55 
491 38 

75 48 

3,253 36 

14 47 

9,326 48 

76 65 
136 74 

2,496 51 
12,290 65 

14 14 

16 96 

5,769 17 

25,277 07 

536 72 

1,834 13 

70 84 

9,312 66 

298 46 

14,385 81 

1,696 55 

794 32 

154 59 

90 32 

686 77 

167 06 

289 41 

6 12 

3,348 42 
363 68 

2,285 89 
567 96 

534 37 
1,016 13 

758 84 
1,986 12 
1,441 32 
3,085 63 

159 86 

597 44 
25 70 

995 95 
1,540 21 

241 79 

3,000 22 

287 95 

417 96 

768 82 

1,534 49 

69 94 



99.344 32 



Carried forward 18.462 24 



99.344 32 



a42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11 




Fire Insurance Co's 
(Continued) 



Brought forward 



Employers' Liability Assurance Co 

Fidelity-Phenix Fire Insurance Co 

Factories Insurance Co 

Firemen's Fund Insurance Co 

General Accident, Fire and Life Assur- 
ance Corporation 

General Fire Insurance Co 

German-American Fire Insurance Co 

Germania Fire Insurance Co. of N.Y 

Guardian Assurance Co 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co 

Home Insurance Co 

Hudson Bay Insurance Co 

Imperial Underwriters' Corporation of 
Canada 

Insurance Co. of North America 

Insurance Co. of State Pennsylvania 

(London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. 

London Assurance Corporation 

London Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co 

Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance 
Co 

Liverpool Manitoba Assurance Co 

Lumber Insurance Co. of New York 

L'Union Fire Insurance Co 

Mercantile Fire Insurance Co 

(Montreal-Canada Fire Assurance 

Mount Royal Assurance 

National Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford. 

Niagara Fire Insurance Co 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society.. 

North British & Mercantile Insurance Co. 

Northern Assurance Co 

North West Fire Insurance Co 

North "Western National Insurance Co.. 

National Union Fire Insurance Co. of 
Pittsburg 

Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co 

Palatine Insurance Co 

Phoenix Assurance Co. of London 

Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn. 

Provincial Insurance Co 

Providence Washington Insurance Co. . . 

Queen Insurance Co. of America 

Quebec Fire Assurance Co 

iRoyal Insurance Co 

Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation. 

St. Paul Fire & Marine Insurance Co 

Scottish Union & National Insurance Co. 
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance Co. 

Sun Insurance Office 

Union Assurance Society of London.... 
Underwriters at American Lloyd's 



Carried forward 



18,462 24 99,344 B2 



919 48 

942 07 

1,130 30 

298 46 

1,105 56 

246 88 

1,163 77 

146 36 

2,531 18 

3,604 61 

2,499 31 

5 06 



25 92 
1,359 68 

413 40 
2,826 21 

787 85 
3,185 49 

683 54 

5,181 96 

1,402 53 

386 85 

424 70 

1,461 52 

656 64 

176 55 

1,530 79 

379 20 

3,375 68 

3,037 58 

2,631 42 

362 89 

454 33 



673 49 
386 17 
586 00 

2,566 16 
936 26 
113 03 
624 30 

1,855 56 
454 94 

4,762 06 
987 85 
821 04 

1,154 69 
686 87 

1,720 45 

1,625 02 
70 57 



83,823 97 



99,344 82 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a 13 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 








- 


$ c. 

83,823 97 

316 91 
4,179 22 

967 03 
1,620 45 


$ c. 




Brought forward 




j 90 344 32 


Fire Insurance Co's . . . 
(Continued) 


Westchester Fire Insurance Co 




Western Assurance Co 




Yorkshire Insurance Co. for 1913 

Yorkshire Insurance Co. for 1914 

City of Hamilton Fire Insurance Co 

Columbia Insurance Co 


90,907 58 


Sundry .Insurance 
Co's paying also 
an asse s s m e n t 
under the Ontario 
Insurance Co ' s 
Act. 


668 39 
721 83 

911 57 
1,108 84 
296 05 
913 88 
491 55 
260 03 
1,673 70 
412 06 
384 27 
562 40 
675 78 
892 47 
999 75 
404 73 
934 05 


Economical Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of 

Berlin 

Equity Life Assurance Co 

Fire Insurance Exchange Corporation . . 
Gore District Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 
Hand-in-Hand Insurance Co 






Imperial Fire Insurance Co 






(Merchants' Fire Insurance Co 






Metropolitan Fire Insurance Co 






Millers' & Manufacturers' Insurance.... 
Monarch Cash Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 

Perth Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Queen City Fire Insurance Co 

Waterloo Mutual Fire Insurance Co 

Wellington Mutual Fire Insurance Co. . . 
York Fire Insurance Co 






Alliance Assurance Co 

American & Foreign Marine Insurance Co 

American Surety Co. of New York 

Boiler Inspection & Insurance Co. of Can. 
British & Foreign iMarine Insurance Co. 
British Dominion -General Insurance Co. 
Canada Accident Assurance Co 


12,311 38 


Miscellaneous 


62 

54 80 

11 88 

330 48 

360 53 

31 89 

704 37 

193 40 

648 49 

118 17 

2,096 59 

200 85 
4,870 21 

945 98 
2,007 13 

603 98 
2,501 87 

175 73 

251 16 

1,180 53 

83 44 

24 90 

187 22 

1,564 15 

378 14 

821 53 




Canada Weather Insurance Co 

Canadian Casualty & Boiler Insurance Co. 
Canadian Security Co 






Dominion of Canada Guarantee & Acci- 






Dominion Gresham Guarantee & Casualty 
Co 

Employers' Liability Assurance Co 

Fidelity & Casualty Co. of New York 

General Accident Assurance Co. of Can. 
General Animals Insurance Co. of Canada 
Globe Indemnity Co. of Canada 






Guarantee Co. of North America 

Guardian Accident & Guarantee Co 

Imperial Guarantee & Accident Assurance 
Co 






Indemnity Mutual Marine Assurance Co. 

International Fidelity Insurance Co 

Law Union & Rock Insurance Co 

London Guarantee & Accident Co 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co 

London & Lancashire Guarantee & Acci- 
dent Co. of Canada 






Carried forward 






20,348 04 


202,563 25 







a44 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 
THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT. 
4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



-Continued. 



From whom received. 



c. 



Misce i laneous.— Con . 



Brought forward 20,348 04 202,563 25 



Loan Companies 



Mannheim Insurance Co 

Marine Insurance Co 

Maryland Casualty Co 

National Provincial Plate Glass Insur- 
ance Co 

New York Plate Glass Insurance Co 

National Surety Co 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society.. 

Queen Insurance Co. of America 

Ocean Accident & Guarantee Corporation 
North American Accident Insurance Co. . 

Railway Passengers' Assurance Co 

Reliance Marine Insurance Co 

Royal Exchange Assurance Co (Casualty) 
Royal Exchange Assurance (Marine) . . . 
Travellers' Indemnity Co. of Hartford.. 
Travellers' Insurance Co. of Hartford... 
Thames & Mersey Marine Insurance Co. 

Union Marine Insurance Co 

United States Fidelity & Guarantee Co.. 
United States Lloyds 

British (Mortgage Loan Co. of Ontario.. 

Brockville Loan & Savings Co 

Canada Landed & National Investment Co.: 

Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation) 

Canadian iNorthern Prairie Lands Co..| 

Central Canada Loan & Savings Co 

Colonial Investment & Loan Co j 

Credit Foncier Franco Canadien for On- 
tario 

Crown Savings & Loan Co 

Dominion Permanent Loan Co 

Dominion Savings & Investment Society. 

Dyment Securities Loan & Savings Co.. 

East Lambton Farmers' Loan & Savings 
Co 

Edinburgh Canadian Mortgage Co 

Frontenac Loan & Investment Society.. 

Great West Permanent Loan Co 

Grey & Bruce Loan Co 

Guelph & Ontario Investment & Savings 
Society 

Hamilton Provident & Loan Society 

Home Building & Savings Association... 

Huron & Erie Loan & Savings Co 

Imperial Loan & Investment Co. for 1913 

Industrial Mortgage & Savings Co 

Lambton Loan & Investment Co 

Landed Banking & Loan Co 

London & Canadian Loan & Agency Co. . 

London Loan & Savings Co 

Midland Loan & Savings Co 

Niagara Falls Building, Savings & Loan 
Association 

North British Canadian Investment Co.. 



151 10 

378 99 

1,114 01 

74 87 

72 74 

282 79 
79 86 

228 63 

3,402 98 

407 43 

555 72 

6 51 

89 50 

821 13 

585 35 

1,652 90 

127 01 

835 16 

1,136 49 

8 57 

561 81 
295 36 
1,506 25 
7,500 00 
1,875 00 
2,187 50 
3,060 55 

4,944 63 

283 06 
1,405 22 
1,168 43 

815 25 

250 00 

124 55 

250 00 

187 91 

553 41 

742 96 

1,500 00 

28 85 

2,625 00 

478 50 

703 86 

987 18 

1,161 40 

1,554 70 

1,049 03 

450 00 

73 63 

41 75 



32,359 78 






Carried forward 38,865 79 234,923 03 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a45 



No. 12. 

THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 



Loan Companies. — Con. 



c. 



Brought forward 38,365 79 



Ontario Loan & Debenture Co ■. 

Ontario Loan & Savings Co 

Owen Sound Loan & Savings Society 

Oxford Permanent Loan & Savings Co.. 
People's Loan & Savings Corporation... 

Provident Investment Co 

Real Estate Loan Co. of Canada 

Royal Loan & Savings Co 

Scottish-American Investment Co 

Scottish-Ontario & Manitoba Land Co.... 

Security Loan & Savings Co 

Southern Loan & Savings Co 

Sun & Hastings Savings & Loan Co 

Standard Reliance (Mortgage Corporation 

Toronto Mortgage Co 

Toronto iSavings & Loan Co 

Victoria iLoan & Savings Co 

Walkerville iLand & Building Co 

Waterloo County Loan & Savings Co. . . . 



Banks 



Bank of British iNorth America. 
Canadian Bank of Commerce.. . 

Northern Crown Bank 

Dominion Bank 

Bank of Hamilton 

Banque d'Hochelaga 

Home Bank of Canada. 

Imperial iBank of Canada 

Merchants Bank of Canada 

Metropolitan Bank 

Molsons Bank 

Bank of Montreal 

Banque Nationale 

Bank of iNova iScotia 

Bank of Ottawa 

Quebec Bank 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Standard Bank 

Sterling Bank of Canada 

Bank of Toronto 

Union Bank of Canada 



2,187 
375 
146 
363 
547 
625 
625 
727 
53 
100 
562 

1,134 
764 

2,481 
905 

1,250 
496 
625 
209 



7,416 

20,600 
5,518 

10,261 
7,400 
3,750 
4,842 

11,977 

12,654 
4,600 
7,800 

20,200 
2,500 
8,750 
8,600 
4,531 

19,160 
9,293 
4,861 
9,750 

10,550 



Tiust Companies 



Title & Trust Co 

Brantford Trust Co., Limited 

Canada Permanent Trust Co 

Mercantile Trust Co. of Canada, Ltd . . 

National Trust Co. of Ontario 

Imperial Trust Co. of Canada 

London & Western Trusts Corporation. 
Toronto General Trusts Corporation.. 

Trusts & Guarantee Co 

Canada Trust Co 

Union Trust Co 

Royal Trust Co 

Sterling Trusts Corporation 



783 

654 

372 

957 

4,071 

788 

1,099 

4,572 

3,149 

1,160 

3,278 

1,481 

450 



234,923.03 



52,545 15 



195,01815© 



Carried forward 22,819 68 482,486 68 



a46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 12. 
THE CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 
4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 




Brought forward 22,819 68 482,486 68 



Trust Companies — Con. 



Street Railways 



Railways 



Fidelity Trust Co 

Montreal Trust Co 

Guardian Trust Co 

Prudential Trust Co 

Prudential Trust Co. for 1913 



373 15 
697 04 
725 00 
761 21 
510 00 



Berlin & Northern Electric Railway 

Brantford & Hamilton Electric Railway. 
Cornwall Street Ry., Light and Power Co. 
Gait, Preston & Hespeler Street Ry. Co. . 
Hamilton, Grimsby & Beamsville Electric 

Railway 

Hamilton Street Railway Co 

Hamilton & Dundas (Street Railway Co.. 

Hamilton Radial Electric Railway 

International Railway Co 

International Transit Co 

Kingston, Portsmouth & Cataraqui Elec-: 

trie Ry. Co j 

London Street Railway Co 

Oshawa Railway Co 

Ottawa Electric Street Railway Co 

Ottawa Northern & Western Ry. (C.P.R.) 

Peterborough Radial Railway 

Preston & Berlin Street Railway Co 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Ry.. 

Sarnia Street Railway Co 

Toronto Railway Co 

Toronto & York Radial Railway for 1912. 

Toronto & York Radial Ry 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Railway. . 

Bay of Quinte Railway for 1913 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Central Ontario Railway for 1913 

Central Ontario Railway for 1914 

Canada Southern Railway 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific Railway 

Kingston & Pembroke Ry. Co. for 1913.. 

London & Lake Erie Railway & Trans- 
port Co 

London & Lake Erie Railway & Trans- 
port Co. for 1913 

Lake Erie & Detroit River Railway 

Lake Huron & Northern Ont. Ry. Co... 

Marmora Railway & Mining Co. for 1913. 

Marmora Railway & Mining Co 

Ottawa & New York Railway 

Thousand Islands Railway 

Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway... | 



37 48 
229 10 

40 00 
119 20 

225 90 
2,415 24 
55 70 
288 05 
175 10 
419 09 

104 50 
1,755 54 

38 70 
4,268 49 

36 40 

162 24 

72 50 

1,057 69 

327 46 

22,971 60 

1,086 45 

1 ,086 45 

597 92 

1,290 00 

260,686 35 

1,984 50 

1,984 50 

47,096 05 

291,271 01 

12,956 05 

1,551 00 

280 00 

270 00 

18,909 95 

170 00 

96 00 

96 00 

853 50 

55 00 

1,223 05 



25,886 08 



37,570 80 



640,772 96 



Carried forward 1 ,186,716 52 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



a47 



No. 12. 

THR CORPORATIONS TAX ACT.— Continued. 

4 Geo. V., Cap. 11. 



From whom received. 



Gas and Electric 
Light Co's 



Brought forward 



Parlor Car Co. 
Telephone Co's. 



Algoma Power Co 

Canadian Niagara Power Co 

City Gas Co. of London 

Consumers' Gas Company of Toronto. 

Dutton Electric Light Co 

Delhi Light & Power Co 

Dunnville Electric Light Co 

Electric Power Co 

Havelock Electric Light & Power Co. 
Hamilton Electric Light & Power Co. 

Hamilton Gas Light Co 

Interurban Electric Co 

Lincoln Light & Power Co 

Ontario Power Co 

Ottawa Electric Co „ 

Ottawa Gas Co 

Renfrew Electric Co 

Sarnia Gas Co ... . 

Simcoe Gas & Water Co 

Stratford Gas Co 

Tagona Water & Light Co 

Tagona Water & Light Co. for 1913 

Toronto Electric Light Co 

Trenton Electric & Water Co., Ltd 

Woodstock Gas Co 

Windsor Gas Co 

Western Counties Electric Co., Ltd... 



Pullman Palace Car Co, 



Telegraph Co's. 



Express Co's. 



Beeton Telephone Co. for 1913 

Bell Telephone Co. of Canada 

Consolidated Telephone Co. for 1913 

Erie Telephone Co 

North American Telegraph Co 

Norfolk County Telephone Co 

Timiskaming Telephone Co 

Thamesville Telephone Co. for 1913. 

United Telephone Co 

Welland County Telephone Co 

Wheatley Telephone Co. for 1913 



Dominion Telegraph Co 

Montreal & G.N.W. Telegraph Co. 
North American Telegraph Co... 



American Express Co. 
Canadian Express Co. 
Dominion Express Co 






Stamp Tax Stamp Tax on Transfers of Securities 

Race Meetings I Race Track Meeting Licenses 

Total 



9 95 

2,707 07 

460 13 

7,040 71 

3 15 
12 33 

5 00 
1,321 42 

2 95 

460 83 

300 00 

2 00 

150 00 

5,933 19 

2,514 76 

1,412 71 

6 12 
286 24 

4 00 
168 83 
359 43 

70 00 

5,613 59 

150 60 

102 85 

2,028 10 

486 37 



50 00 
31,693 50 

33 40 

65 25 

250 00 

108 25 

116 04 

9 37 

87 50 
100 00 

14 41 



666 66 

1,231 36 

116 49 



4,800 00 
27,200 00 
30,400 00 



11,186,716 52 



31,612 33 
3,317 52 



32,527 72 



2,014 51 



62,400 00 

25,470 08 

42,250 00 

1,386,308 68 



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No. 1 



No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE. 



From whom receired. 



Service. 




Clerks of the Peace, etc. : 
Algoma 


Fines and forfeitures 


2,389 66 

129 60 

3,742 12 

52 82 
357 60 

40 07 

58 56 
196 80 

86 72 
245 76 
113 40 
771 30 




Bruce 


do 




Carleton 


do 

do 




Elgin 




Essex 


do 

do 




Frontenac , . . 




Grey 


do 

do 




Haldimand 




Hal ton 


do 




Hastings 


do 




Huron 


do 




Kenora 


do 

do 




Kent 


355 01 


Lanark 


do 


325 88 
96 

98 00 
112 68 

1,162 48 
144 00 

13 44 
129 60 

24 16 

79 68 

99 40 
28 80 

207 25 
162 82 
139 03 
5 50 
95 04 
628 94 
137 09 

44 67 

1,924 13 

1,276 80 

2,337 41 

930 72 

381 12 

3,222 96 

425 16 

900 00 

6,958 00 

535 00 

147 00 

40 00 

900 00 

864 24 

20 00 

11 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

12 00 
50 00 

300 00 




Leeds and Grenville 


do 




Lennox and Addington . . 


do 


* 


Lincoln 


do 




Middlesex 


do 




Manitoulin 


do 




Muskoka 


do 




Nipissing 


do 




Norfolk 


do 




Northumberland and 
Durham 


do 




Ontario 


do 

do 




Oxford 




Parry Sound 


do 




Peel 


do 




Perth 


do 




Prescott and Russell .... 


do 






do 




Rainy River 


do :::.::::::::: 




Renfrew 


do 




Stormont, Dundas and 
Glengarry 


do 

do 




Sudbury 




Thunder Bay 


do 




Temiskaming 


do 




Welland ... 


do 




Wellington 


do 




York 


do 




Wentworth 


do . 






do 




T. H. Torrance, P.M 


do 




R. C. Newman, Inspector. . . 


do 




G. D. Hawley, Sheriff 


do 




J. J. A. Wert, P.M 


do 




T. Stoddart, P.M 


do 




J. J. O'Connor, P.M 


do 




T. E. Williams, P.M 


do 




R. M. Carter, J.P 


do 




J. McCartney, Clerk 


do 




G.A.Watson, P.M 


do 




R. C. Vincent,Chief of Police 


do 




F. X. E. Gauthier, P.M 


do 




W. C. Killing, Chief Constable 


do 




G. Gauthier, P.M 


do 






Carried forward i 




- 


33.564 38 





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a49 





No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 






From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


H White P.M 


Brought 

Fines and forf 
do 

Surplus fees, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Fees 

do 


forward 

eitures 


33,564 38 

2 00 

341 96 




W. A. Carrome, Notary 
Public 








57 Vic, cap. 9 

do 


33,908 34 


Clerks of the Peace and 
County Crown Attorneys. 

Clerks, County Court 

Deputy Clerks, Crown 

Local Registrars 


4,108 27 
5,430 87 
2,451 18 
1,309 41 
10,846 67 
27,582 80 
4,540 89 
6,025 32 
8,330 53 


do 




do 




Surrogate Registrars 


do 




Registrars of Deeds 

Division Court Clerks 


do 




do 




Surrogate Court Judges. . . . 


do 




Sheriffs 


do 




Local Master of Titles, 

Nipissing 

Local Master of Titles, 
Algoma 




70,625 94 


2,592 45 
123 59 




Private Bills 
Certifying Pr 

Jury fees. . . . 




2 716 04 


Clerk Legislative Assembly 


9,048 50 
16 00 




do do 


ivate Bills 








9 064 50 


T. J. Meagher 


64 50 

22 50 

30 00 

106 50 

9 00 

7 50 

3 00 

81 00 

33 00 

3 00 




T. J. Bourke 


do 
do 






W. H. Carney 






T. S. T. Smellie 


do 




W. H. Elliott 


do 




E. Jordan 


do 




C. C. Piatt 


do 




J. D. Shipley 


do 




P. A. Cobbold 


do 




C. W. Chadwick 


do 






Fees 

, do 

1 do 


■ 


S. Atkinson, P.M 

J. T. McKay, P.M 

D. M. Brodie, P.M 


798 49 
63 55 
56 60 


360 00 




Licenses . . 


918 64 
Q5 00 


Private Hospitals 




Marriage Licenses 


Fees 




4,685 25 
9,721 99 
4,128 64 

34 70 
6,684 00 

77 44 
1,775 00 

5,114 57 
18,885 74 


Boiler Inspection 


do 




Provincial Police 


do 




Ontario Railway and Muni- 
cipal Board 

Sundry persons 


Fees, 6 Edw. 
Show License 
Unclaimed m 
Licenses 


VII. cap. 31 

s 




do 


oney Division Courts 




Private Detective 






Public Works 


Refunds, salt 

Bridges anc 

Ontario Gazel 

Prisoners, fir 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Carried 


5 of old material, etc., re 
1 Colonization Roads 




King's Printer 


,te, etc 




A. Jaffray 


ies 


914 20 
2 00 

5 00 
66 80 

6 80 
28 25 


J. D. McCall 






S. Webster 






T. Penfold 






H. C. Varin 






W. H. Carney 








forward 


1,023 05 








169,818 84 



: 4 P.A. 



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No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Continued. 



From whom received. 



Service. 



$ c, 



Estreated Bail... 



Escheated Estate: 



Attorney General's Dept. 

do 

do 

do 
Neglected Children's Branch 

Board of Health 

Ontario Civil Service . . . 
County Treasurers ..... 

Moving Pictures 

A. E. Long & Co 

Telegraph Companies . . . 
Typewriter Companies . . 

Sundry persons 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Toronto 

Blind Institute 

Bell Telephone Co 

Chinese Capitation 

Provincial Police 

Conscience* money 

Registry Office. Kenora 

E. Bayley 

Industrial Farm 

Librarian, L. A 

M. J. Collier 

Royal Bank, Drayton . . 



Brought forward 



F.J. S. Martin.. 
A. J. Wilkes .... 
S. F. Washington. 

H. E. Irwin 

Rex. vs. Phair . . 
T. E. MeKee.... 

J. R. Cotter 

A. McCrimmon . . 



1,920 00 
672 00 
144 00 
5,232 00 
1,000 00 
180 48 
479 75 
486 25 



Lizzie Houston 

J. A. McCutcheon 

Catherine J. Carrigan 
Mercantile Trust Co.. 
Robt. Stewart 



2,574 73 

430 88 

3,408 58 

71 31 

4,388 30 



W. Barber 

Sault Ste. Marie , 

Chief Constable Grassett . , 
Suburban Construction Co. 

A. E. Ranney, M.D 

W. H. K. Gordon 

W. McDonald 

J. T. McDougall 

Industrial Farm, Fort Wil- 
liam 

Succession Duty Office 

Factory Inspection 



Copy of Order-m-Council . . . 

Sale of seized opium 

Intestate estate R. Jackson. 
Over-payment Gilbert acct . 

Maintenance of children 

Revenue, 

Refunds re Fidelity Bonds 

Removal of lunatics. 

Licenses , 

Payment on mortgage . 

Re operators Parliament Buildings 

Sale of old machines 

Sale of Wolf skins . 

Sale of old Registry Office . 

Sale of Bloor St. property 

Sale of lands 

Public phones. 

Tax 

Loss of service revolvers 

In payment of debt to Government 

Fuel, light and water 

Personal telegrams 

Sale of horses 

Duplicate payment 

Sale of furnishings 

Unclaimed money Wyandotte Cheese and 

Butter Co 

Overpayment of salary 

Use of Government grader 

Sale of seized opium 

Payment for right of way, Prison Farm, 

Guelph 

Duplicate payment of salary 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Sale of wood 

Costs re Geo. Moodie Estate . 
Overpayment travelling expenses 



Treasury Department ;Sale of old check writing machines 



$ c 



169,818 84 



10,114 48 



10,873 80 

35 

55 00 

602 95 

2 85 

113 77 

1,222 00 

2,184 28 

2,146 73 

75,489 85 

500 00 

873 12 

177 50 

1,557 80 

500 00 

15,000 00 

2,287 50 

2 45 

737 88 

48 00 

20 00 

9 72 

12 68 

125 00 

1 80 
22 00 

5 55 

26 68 

26 00 

175 00 

3,000 00 

262 50 

75 00 

2 00 
2 00 

191 80 
25 00 

479 72 
74 00 



Carried forward 298,855 60 



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No. 13. 
CASUAL REVENUE.— Concluded. 



From whom received. 


Service. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




Brought forward 




298,855 60 


Game and Fish Dept 


Overpayment of salary " Davey" 




16 66 


G. N. Reynolds & Co 


Sale of old furniture 




40 10 


Can. Northern Railway. . . . 


Overpayment for freight re A. F. Scott. 
Duplicate payment .» 




31 95 


Holliday Co 




42 


Public Works Department . 


Rent cable at Rener Valley 




10 00 


Can. Pacific Railway Co. . . 


Overpayment 





8 60 


Firemens' Fund Assur. Co. 


Bank charges 




1 50 


Equitable Life Assur. Co . . 


do 




16 50 


Northern Ontario Light and 
Power Co 


Light supplied Lock-up, Cobalt 

Prison labor 




3 65 


Town Gore Bay 


3 00 


Immigration Dept., Ottawa 


Deportation 




82 53 


Ont. Ry. & Municipal Board 


Return railway fares 




21 15 


Pedlar People, Ltd 


Freight paid on Blind River and A. T. 
Road 




60 00 


S. W. Butt 


Payment in error 




20 00 


D. H. Mcintosh 


Overpayment . . 




3 92 


Province Nova Scotia 


Share of printing Companies Reference . 
Overpayment Oct. salary 




35 00 


J. T. Edwards ,. 




5 00 


W.J. Vale 


Ref utid travelling expenses 




11 20 


A. E. D. Bruce 


Material sold and tools lost 




1,552 35 


Minister Public Works 


Refund experimental roads and high- 
ways 




3,317 27 


Dr. A. McClenahan 


Refund 1913 




200 00 


Monetary Times, London, 
Eng 


do 




3 00 


Registry Office, Haileybury 
C. A. McGrath 


do R, Vigneux 




27 40 


do 




148 82 


A. J. Half ord 


do 




100 00 


Cameron Twp. Road 


Sale of tools 


:;: 


1 00 




Total 








304,576 62 



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No. 15. 

TEM1SKAMING AND NORTHERN ONTARIO RAILWAY. 

Expenditure to October 31st, 1914. 

Amount charged to Capital account to October 31st, 1913. 

See Public Accounts, 191 3 -Statement No. 16 $19,696,451 99 

Advances by Government during Fiscal year ending Oct. 31st, 1914 550 ,000 00 

Total charged to Capital account of Railway to October 31st, 1914 $20,246,451 99 



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No. 16. 

ONTARIO GOVERNMENT INSCRIBED STOCK (LONDON, ENGLAND, LOAN) 

4k per cent., £817,294 Sterling, 4 George V., Cap. 9. Principal due Jan. 1st, 1965. 

£817,294 at par value of exchange $3,977,497 47 

Loan Issu ed at Par. ^^ * 

£1,000,000 Sterling I$stc€'' Authorized. 

Amount of instalments paid on £817',294 Stock issued £827,170 

(Full issue deferred by Moratorium.) 
Plus interest collected on overdue instalments 911 8 9 

£828,081 8 9 
Less discount allowed on prepayments 315 17 8 

7 f ~ ~ fi £827,765 11 1 
fj^ryTZ7~ EXPENSES. 

Underwriting commission, 1 per cent £10,000 

Broker's commission for securing underwriting, *,£ per 

cent 2,500 

Bank of Montreal, issuing commission, Vi per cent 2,500 

Brokerage on allotments bearing Broker's stamp, V± 

per cent 2,343 8 

Printing prospectuses, allotment letters, etc 59 17 6 

Postage on prospectuses, allotment letters, etc 52 4 

Advertising 864 18 2 

Revenue Stamps pn allotment letters and scrip 28 13 2 

Stamp on Statutory declaration for stock exchange 

quotation v . . . 2 6 Q K, ^Vfe'X 

Solicitor's fee, London 31 10 >~ 

Registration fee, £5, for statutory declaration, and fee • •: 1° 

for Commissioner for Oaths in respect of composition 

of stamp duty 5 11 6 

Cost of collecting Scotch and Irish cheques 1 9 6 

Gables 37 11 9 / 

Government stamps 2,532 11 3 •/ / 

£20,957 17 4 *" 

Total net proceeds of issue £806,807 13 9 

Amount credited to Ontario Treasury Department by Bank of Mont- 
real, to October 31st, 1914 798,032 3 4 

Amount outstanding at October 31st, 1914 £8,77*5 10 5 

Amount credited to Ontario Treasury Department by Bank of Mont- 
real, to October 31st, 1914 £798,032 3 4 

£798.032 3s. 4d. at various rates of exchange $3,9«°,994 87 

(See Statement No. 1.) 

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a60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

No. 17. 
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (CANADIAN) R.S.O. 1914, CAP. 39, SEC. 14. 



$1,000,000.00 authorized. 
Series " E." 



Bonds, 5 percent. Principal due Oct. 1st, 1919. Issued at par. 

Bonds subscription $1 ,000,000 00 

Accrued interest paid by subscribers 1 ,862 §7 

Proceeds to Oct. 31st, 1914, see Satement No. 1 $1,001 ,862 ©7 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO LOAN (CANADIAN) R.S.O. 1914, CAP. 39, SEC. 14. 

$1,000,000.00 authorized. 
Series "P." 

Bonds, 5 per cent. Principal due Oct. 1st, 1919. Issued at par. 

Bonds subscription to Oct 31st, 1914 $205,000 0ft ^ 

Accrued interest paid by subscribers 906 18 

Proceeds to Oct. 31st, 1914, see Statement No. 1 $205,906 18 



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No. 18. 

STATEMENT— SALE OF TREASURY BILLS, LONDON, ENGLAND. 

R.S.0.1914, Cap. 39, Sec. 14, and R.S.O. 1914, Cap. 21. 

Treasury Bills due September 2, 1914. Order in Council March 9, 1914. 

40 Bills at £5,000 £200,000 

Discount 155 days from March 31, 1914, to September 2, 4 

1914 at 3% *M4£J&_8 n <v.*t*9* jV 

%% Commission 250 ^ u #b Jr 

1-20% Stamps 100 ^ , ^ oVjli^O^ 

Oost of Cables 1 13 g. &' ' "> \H 

— 2,899 11 8 



£197,100 8 4 



Amount credited to Ontario Treasury by Bank of Montreal, April 4, 

1914, £197,100 8s. 4d. at $4.86 3-16 $958,277 60 

Treasury Bills due November 2, 1914. Order in Council March 9, 1914. 

40 Bills at £5,000 £200,000 t 

Discount 180 days from May 6, 1914, to November 2, + 

1914 at 3%% £3,698 12 6 - r. ?t . ^/ 

%% Commission 250 6 c- t, 3 r 

1-20% Stamps 100 i, («> % 1 1 A * 

Cost of Cables 1 13 3WWJ.Q ft?? 

— 4,050 5 6' ' 

£195,949 14 6 

Amount credited to Ontario Treasury by Bank of Montreal, May 7, 1914, I 4 / 

£195,949 14s. 6d. at $4.87% 4¥V*/ $954,765 0d 

Total amount credited to Ontario Treasury Department (London 

Treasury Bills) $1,913,042 6d 

(See Statement No. 1.) 

STATEMENT— SALE OF TREASURY BILLS, BANK OF MONTREAL, CANADA. 

4 George V., Cap 9. 

['■ 60 Treasury Bills at $25,000 each $1,500,000 00 

Dated August 20, 1914— Due date blank— Interest 6% and 5%% after 

October 1, 1914. 
Amount credited to Ontario Treasury, August 20, 1914 (Bank of Mont- 
real Treasury Bills) $1,500,000 00 

(See Statement No. I.) 

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No. 19. 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES. 

8 Edw. VII., Cap. 31. 

Municipal Sinking Funds on deposit with the Province of Ontario to October 31st, 
1914, with accrued interest at 4 per cent. 



Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount. 


Amount. 


Cities — 
Belleville 


1,595 
1,637 
1,677 

1,752 
1,759 
1,766 
1,771 
1,777 
1,837 
1,838 

499 

736 

776 

B822 

62 
63 

53 
72 

88 
214 
215 

486 
409 
410 
442 
443 
480 

215 
731 
41 
611 
625 
627 
659 
666 

139 
194 
201 
210 
217 
239 
254 

17 

404 
408 


$ c. 
1,958 84 
1,523 56 
1,523 56 


$ c. 


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do 






5,005 96 


St. Thomas 


8,202 42 
1,904 11 
3,000 63 
3,688 22 
1,844 04 
7,557 67 
1,111 02 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




do 






27,308 11 
2,823 48 


Towns- 
Almonte 




Brockville 


7,386 95 

1,461 85 

663 16 


do 




do 






9,511 96 


Bruce Mines 


270 24 
270 24 


do 






540 48 




40,589 05 
6,893 73 

19,972 96 
1,848 68 
5,104 12 


do 








do 




do 






74,408 54 
4,327 65 


Gananoque 




Gravenhurst 


1,486 62 

1,957 52 

392 32 

316 71 

144 15 






do 




do 




do 






4,297 32 
6,717 66 
4,637 80 
1,306 32 


Haileybury 








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1,727 73 
613 72 
386 84 
379 29 
170 15 


do 








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3,277 73 


St. Mary's 


469 39 
1,360 50 

349 25 
1,047 84 
1,287 41 

582 25 

104 67 


do 




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do 




do 




do 






5,201 31 
461 01 






Villages- 


1,088 20 
689 48 




do 






1,777 68 



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No. 19. 
MUNICIPAL SECURITIES.— Continued. 



Municipality. 


By-Law. 


Amount . 


Amount. 


Villages — 
Beaverton 


75 
100 
114 

677 
724 
737 
766 
824 
875 
889 
904 
905 
909 
912 
918 
924 

9 
981 
1,000 
1,001 
1,002 
1,003 
1,018 
1,019 
1,027 
1,028 
1,034 
1,035 
1,036 
1,060 
1,064 

432 
31 
44 
54 

647 
648 
683 

733 


$ c. 

1,029 49 

282 60 

277 16 


$ c. 


do 




do 






1,589 25 


Townships — 
Barton 


7,899 83 

1,759 83 

700 86 

1,021 90 

2,280 49 

904 91 

364 60 

12 22 

11 20 

313 30 

452 53 

941 17 

41 34 


do 




do 




do 




do 




do 




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do 




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do 




do 




do 




do 






16,704 18 
517 47 


Collingwood 


"i',445'88" 

3,637 03 

2,104 08 

132 40 

352 34 

140 78 

458 36 

1,018 51 

1,499 59 

181 18 

89 63 

81 36 

3,129 44 

425 15 






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do 








do 






1 14,695 73 
2,671 91 


Logan 






222 27 
308 84 
156 87 




do 










687 98 




1,032 60 

975 90 

34 72 


do 










2,043 22 
17,047 02 


Leeds and Grenyille 








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No. 20. 

Statement of the Sinking: Funds of the Province of Ontario, showing the amount 

invested to October 31st, 1914. 



Loan. 



Nature of Investment. 



Sterling. 



Currency. 



£1,200,000 
|3$ per cent. 



j Amount invested in inscribed stock to 
October 31st, 1914— 

3i % stock, £56,449 3 3 
4 % stock, 3,596 11 4 
4£ % stock, 3,578 15 6 



£1,640,547- Amount invested in inscribed stock to 

18-11 October 31st, 1914 

4 per cent. I 



s. d. 



63,624 10 1 
34,122 17 4 



$ c. 



309,215 08 
165,837 13 



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No. 21. 
Aid to Railways from Confederation to October 31st, 



1914 



Name of Eailway. 



Algoma Eastern 

Algoma Central & Hudson's Bay Railway 

Bay of Quinte 

Belleville and North Hastings 

Brantford, Norfolk & Port Burwell 

Bruce Mines & Algoma 

Canada Central 

do 

do ; ; ; ; 

Canada Southern 

Central Counties 

do 

Central Ontario 

Cobourg, Peterboro' & Marmora 

Credit Valley 

Canada Atlantic 

Erie & Huron 

Grand Trunk, Georgian Bay & Lake Erie ........ 

Grand Junction , 

do ...'..'.'..'.'.'.'. 

G. T. R. Assignee of Magnetawan River Railway 

Grand Trunk Pacific 

Hamilton & North Western 

do do 

Hamilton & Lake Erie 

Huntsville & Lake of Bays 

Irondale, Bancroft & Ottawa 

James Bay 

Kingston & Pembroke 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Lake Simcoe Junction 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon & Pontypool 

London, Huron & Bruce 

Montreal and Ottawa 

Midland 

do 

do ;; 

North Simcoe 

Northern Extension 

do 

Ontario & Rainy River 

Ontario, Belmont & Northern 

Ottawa, Arnprior & Parry Sound 

Pembroke Southern , 

Prince Arthur's Landing 

Prince Edward County 

Port Dover & Lake Huron 

Port Arthur, Duluth & Western 

Parry Sound Colonization 

Stratford & Lake Huron 

Toronto, Grey & Bruce 

do 

Toronto & Nipissing 

do 

Tillsonburg, Lake Erie & Pacific 

Thessalon & Northern 

Victoria 

do ; ;; 

Wellington, Grey & Bruce 

Whitby, Port Perry & Lindsay 

Ottawa & New York (International Bridge). . . 
Dominion Bridge Co. (Interprovincial Bridge) . , 



Miles. 



50. 

50. 

28.45 

22. 

33.27 

17. 

20.029 

20. 

7.531 
62.901 
31. 

7. 
50.500 

9.37 
153.061 
65.72 
40.556 
79.3 
45.86 
20. 

1.86 ' 
188.16 
95.464 
48.052 
33.48 

1.50 
44.77 

3.70 
20. 
15. 
11.58 
13.74 
28.42 
26.50 
17.53 
69.146 
50. 
20.40 
19.60 
14.53 
33.343 
42.72 
27.68 
268.20 

9.57 

149.43 

18.50 

5.995 
32. 
63. 
80. 
47.75 
27.5 
73.52 
77.62 
33.439 
12,778 
19.108 

1.929 

33.442 

22.310 

120.638 

45.745 



Rate. Subsidy Voted. 



Tota ls 2.783.197 

*5 P.A. 



$ c. 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,000 00 
,650 00 
,650 00 
2,650 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,200 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
3,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,650 00 
3,250 00 
7,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
4,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,500 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

cash 
4,000 00 
8,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
certificates 
certificates 



$ c. 

250,000 00 

100,000 00 

85,350 00 

66,000 J)0 

66,540 00 

51,000 00 

53,000 00 

53,000 00 

19,957 15 

125,802 00 

62,000 00 

8,400 00 

151,500 00 

18,740 00 

459,183 00 

262,880 00 

81,112 00 

158,600 00 

137,580 00 

40,000 00 

10,000 00 

376,320 00 

238,660 00 

144,156 00 

66,960 00 

10,000 00 

134,310 00 

14,800 00 

40,000 00 

39,750 00 

37,635 00 

96,180 00 

237,360 00 

53,000 00 

52,590 00 

138,292 00 

100,000 00 

40,800 00 

44,100 00 

58,120 00 

83,357 50 

85,440 00 

110,720 00 

1,072,800 00 

19,140 00 

448,290 00 

55,500 00 

11,990 00 

80,000 00 

126,000 00 

240,000 00 

143,250 00 

55,000 00 

220,560 00 

155,240 00 

66,878 00 

38,334 00 

38,216 00 

5,000 00 

133,768 00 

178,480 00 

241,276 CO 

91,490 00 

35,000 00 

50,000 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



No. 23. 

Statement showing amounts payable annually for certificates issued by the Treasurer 
of the Province for "Aid to Railways*' and Annuities. 



Year. 


Railway Aid 
Certificates. 


Annuities. 


Year. 


Railway Aid 
Certificates. 


Annuities. 


1 
1914 


. .. 


$ c. 

51,450 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

102,900 00 

96,200 00 

82,500 00 

69,350 00 

56,950 00 

50,700 00 

50,700 00 

50,700 00 

43,700 00 

32,700 00 


Forward.... 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 


$ c. 

2,487,934 92 

125,120 54 

123,021 74 

111,128 54 

105,090 01 

94,459 80 

90,961 80 

86,122 35 

82,239 02 

67,943 75 

31,818 40 

24,920 51 

22,695 08 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

18,251 86 

6,871 26 

699 60 


$ c. 

1,511,050 00 

28,700 00 


1915 


139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
139,112 54 
138,412 94 
134,914 94 
127,918 94 


28,700 00 


1916 


24,700 00 


1917 


16,700 00 


1918 


9,200 00 


1919 


2,850 00 


1920 




1921 




1922 




1923 




1924 




1925 




1926 




1927 








1929 








1931 














2,487,934 92 


1,511,050 00 


Totals . . 


! 3,534,034 76 


1,621,900 00 



NOTE.— Present value of Railway certificates, October 31st, 1914 (interest 1| per 

cent, half yearly) $2,330,435 07 

Present value of Annuities, October 31st, 1914 (interest If per cent, half 

yearly) $1,229,121 52 



1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a69 

No. 24. 
CASH AND DEBENTURE ASSETS OF THE PROVINCE. 

October 31st, 1914. 

Bank Balances: — 

Current account $285,874 25 

Special deposits bearing interest 1,350,000 00 



(Including Federal Subsidy for Agriculture, unex- 
pended, 60,068.36.) 



3,635,874 25 



Sinking Funds: — 

Re Ontario Government inscribed stock, 5 Edward VII., 
cap. 2 and 3, £1,200,000, one-half of one per cent, per 
annum on the principal. 

Amount of stock purchased for the Province for 
sinking fund by the Bank of Montreal, Fiscal 
Agents, to the 31st of October, 1914, £63,624 10s. 
Id., at par of exchange 309,215 08 

Re Ontario Government inscribed stock, 8 Edward VII., 
cap. 11 and 12, £1,640,547 18s. lid., one-half of one per 
cent per annum on the principal. 
Amount of stock purchased for the Province for sink- 
ing fund by the Bank of Montreal, Fiscal Agents, 
to the 31st October, 1914, £34,122 17s. 4d., at par 
of exchange 165,837 13 

Debentures: — 

Drainage Debentures, Municipal 369,873 58 

Tile Drainage Coupons 91,323 53 

Sault Ste. Marie Debentures 25,572 50 

Village of Eganville Debentures 12,465 13 

Town of Cochrane Debentures 35,862 49 

Township of Whitney Debentures 19,328 35 

Township of Tisdale Debentures 40,000 00 

594,425 58 

Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, amount ex- 
pended to 31st October, 1914, see Statement No. 15 20,246,451 99 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, amount ad- 
vanced to 31st October, 1914 10,110,202 92 

(Interest and Sinking Fund to be paid by Municipalities.) 

Balance due from sale of Central Prison and Toronto Asylum 

properties 835,474 42 

Trust Fund of the Province held by the Dominion. 

Common School Fund (see Consolidated Statutes, c. 26), 
1,000,000 acres set apart (proceeds realized to 31st Decem- 
ber, 1913), after deducting Land Improvement Fund, 
?2.631,844.56, portion belonging to Ontario as per popu- 
lation of 1911 1,467,274 74 

Note. — See Awards, Sessional Papers, 1900 and 1901. 

Common School Fund, Montmorency Bridge Debentures paid 
over to the Dominion re Quebec Turnpike Trust, $6,000.00, 
portion belonging to Ontario as per population of 1911. . 3,345 05 



1,470,619 79 

Note. — The above does not include the numerous Public Buildings, lands and 
resources upon which large expenditures have been made. 



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a70 ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 



Direct Liabilities of the Province. 

(1) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

loan), 5 Edward VII., cap. 2 and 3, Zy 2 per cent., 
principal due 1st January, 1946, for construction of 
Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway, £1,200,- 
000, at par of exchange $5,840,004 00 

(2) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

loan), 8 Edward VII., cap. 11 and 12, 1 George V., 
cap. 4, and 2 George V., cap. 2, 4 per cent, principal 
due May 1st, 1947 for construction of Temiskaming 
and Northern Ontario Railway, etc., £1,640,547 18s. 
lid., at par of exchange 7,984,000 00 

(3) Ontario Government Inscribed Stock (London, Eng., 

loan), 4 Geo. V., cap. 9, 4% per cent., principal due 

January 1st* 1965, £817,294, at par of exchange 3,977,497 47 

(4) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 5 Edward VII., 

cap. 2, and 6 Edward VII., cap. 4 (Canadian loan), 
3% per cent., principal due July 1st, 1926, and 
July 1st, 1936, fotr construction of Temiskaming and 
Northern Ontario Railway . . .'. ." C,000,000 00 

(5) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 5 Edward VII., 

cap. 2 and 3 (Canadian loan), 4 per cent, principal 
due June 1st 1939, for construction of Temiskaming 
and Northern Ontario Railway 1,150,000 00 

(6) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 8 Edward VII., 

cap. 12, and 9 Edward VII., cap. 8 (Canadian loan), 

4 per cent., principal due June 1st, 1939 3,500,000 00 

(7) Ontario Government Bonds and Stock, 1 George V., 

cap. 9, and 8 Edward VII., cap. 12 (Canadian loan), 
Algonquin Park Loan and Purchase Act, 4 per cent., 
principal due May 1st, 1941 500,000 00 

(8) Ontario Government Bond and Stock, 8 Edward VII., 

cap. 12, and 1 George V., cap. 4 (Canadian loan), 

4 per cent., principal due November 1st, 1941 3,000,000 00 

(9) Ontario Government Stock, Charitable and Educational 

Bequest. 9 Edward VII., cap. 26, sec. 42, and 10 

Edward VII., cap. 26, sec. 47 46,001 00 

(10) Ontario Government Bonds, R.S.O., 1914, cap. 39, sec. 

14, and R.S.O., 1914 cap. 21, ('Canadian loan), 5 per 

cent., principal due October 1st, 1919. Series E 1,000,000 00 — 

(11) Ontario Government Bonds, R.S.O., 1914, cap. 39, sec. 

14, and R.S.O., 1914, cap. 21 (Canadian loan), 5 per 
cent., principal due October 1st, 1919. Series F. 

Amount issued to October 31st, 1914 205,000 00 ~. 

- 

(12) Treasury Bills, £300,000, due March 2nd, 1915, and 

£600,000, due May 2nd, 1915, 2 George V., cap. 2 
and R.iS.0., 1914 cap. 39, sec. 14; £900,000 at par of 
exchange 4,380,000 00 . _J 

(13) Treasury Bills, Canadian, $1,500,000.00, 4 George V., 

cap. 9, dated August 20th, 1914; due date blank 1,500,000 00 

(14) Municipal Securities, 8 Edward VII., cap. 51. Municipal 

Sinking Funds on deposit with the Province of 
Ontario to 31st October, 1914, with accrued interest 
at 4 per cent 207,559 77 



1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. a71 

(15) Railway Certificates, present value outstanding on 31st 

October, 1914 2,330,435 07 

Annuity Certificates, present value outstanding on 31st 

October, 1914 1,229,121 52 



3,559,556 59 



(16) Common School Fund collections by Ontario, from 1st 
January, 1914, payable to the Dominion, in trust 
for both Provinces 4,978 03 

In Trust for Ontario 2,775 30 

In Trust for Quebec 2,202 73 

(IT) University of Toronto Certificates, $30,000.00 per annum 
for 21 years, 5 Edward VII., cap. 37, present value 
at 3% per cent, per annum 440,939 10 

(18) Assurance fund under the Land Titles Act, R.S.O. 1897, 
cap. 137, sec. 130, amended by 3 Edward VII., cap. 
12, sec. 5, 10 Edward VII., cap. 61 110,000 00 



Indirect Liabilities of the Province and Qua 1 



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191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE by the Treasurer of Ontario for the fiscal year 

ended October 31st, 1914. 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



LIEUTENANT=GOVERNOR'S OFFICE. 

Salaries ($3,746.13). 

A. C. Caldwell: Twelve months' salary as Official Secretary $1,400 00 

Sidney Fellows: do Assistant do 600 00 

L. M. Rathbun: do Second do 596 13 

do Arrears 1912-13 .. . 100 00 

Thos. Lymer: Twelve do Messenger 700 00 

Hon. Sir J. M. Gibson : Allowance for Stenographer 350 00 

Contingencies ($1,559.00) 

Hon. Sir J. M. Gibson: Allowance 1,559 00 



OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER AND PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL. 

Salaries ($5,850.00) 

Horace Wallis: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk and Prime Minister's 

Secretary 2,900 00 

Grace Irving: do Clerk 825 00 

E. B. Banf ord : do do 725 00 

Chas. Chase: do Messenger Executive Council and 

Caretaker 1,400 00 






Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

C. P. R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams and cablegrams 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps, ink, 
pads, etc 

Hendrie, Hon. J. S., trav. expen- 
ses i 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
directory, 10.00; atlas, 3.90; 
books, 33,50; cash box, 6.00; 



Contingencies ($1,672.03) 

3 00 printing and binding, 53.46; 

stationery, 191.46 298 32 

123 68 Library Bureau, transfer cases 15 75 
240 67 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 91 39 

12 70 Pyne, Hon. R. A., trav. expenses 48 85 
Reddick, E., services as clerk at 

- 9K nn 4.03 per diem 151 67 

Va* aa Toronto Ry. Co., car Hckets. . 50 00 
140 uu United Typewriter Co., Inspec- 
tions i 36 00 

Wallis, Horace, trav. expenses 271 50 

Wilson, Wm„ livery hire 63 50 



PUBI4C ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



J. R. Cart wright: Twelve 
J. Lonsdale Capreol: 
Edward Bayly: 
M. Currey: 

Bertha Brooker: 
C. A. Fitch: 
W. Marseilles: 
C. F. Bulmer: 
Teresa Doherty: 
F. Roche: 
Clifford Magone: 



Salaries ($21,550.00) 

months' salary as Deputy Attorney-<General 4,400 00 

do Clerk, Executive Council 2,900 00 

do Solicitor 4,000 00 

do Assistant Clerk Executive Council 

and Attorney-General's Secretary 2,300 00 

do Stenographer and Assistant 750 00 

do Chief Clerk 1,950 00 

do Second-Class Clerk 1,600 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 750 00 

do Clerk 900 00 

do Messenger 400 00 



Baird, J. M„ services as clerk 
at 1.66% per diem 

Brown, Howard, services as mes- 
senger at 5.00 per week 

Bulmer, C. F., trav. expenses.. 

Canada Law Book Co., law 
lists, reports and binding 

Cairns, B., address seal 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., legal 
charts and law lists 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies 
of "Facts" 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Circulating Guide Pub. Co., 
copies of guide 

Currey, M., messenger service.. 

Dept. of Pub. Printing and Sta- 
tionary, Ottawa, copies of act 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Doust, Jos., law blanks 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., repairing 
typewriter 



Contingencies ($2,070.79) 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 72 54 
501 67 House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age . . 2 36 

15 00 Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 260 00 

8 00 International Press, Ltd., books 6 35 

King's Printer, distribution, 
12 °0 books, 30.15; brief bag, 8.75; 

3 00 printing and binding, 104.91; 

stationery, 496.02; folders, 
18 00 g >50 648 33 

Lovell, John & Son, books 5 50 

5 00 Mcllroy, S., cartage 75 

128 01 McAinsih, D. T. & Go., atlas.... 3 90 

6 50 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 220 75 

4 00 Newsome & Gilbert, blank forms 4 18 
50 Strange, C. O., transcript of evi- 
dence 5 15 

35 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 46 00 

5 00 United Typewriter Co., repairs, 

12 70 13.60; inspection, 60.00 73 60 

1 65 



Unpaid Accounts King's Printer, 1913 ($82.37) 
King's Printer, distribution stationery 



82 37 



Law Library ($398.75) 



Canada Law Book Co., law 
books, journals, etc 

Carswell Co., law books, jour- 
nals and binding 



171 00 

221 25 



National Law Book Co., law 
reports 



6 50 



Audit of Criminal Justice Accounts 

Salaries ($5,082.02) 

E. A. Maclaurin : Twelve months' salary as Auditor of Administration of Jus- 
tice Accounts 2,250 00 

F.H.Mitchell: do Clerk 1,100 00 

M.T.Kelly: do do and Stenographer 750 00 

L. iS. Johnston: do do 700 00 

Helen Conn: Six and one-third do do 282 02 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Audit of Criminal Justice Accounts. — Continued. 

Contingencies ($1,053.44) 



Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 

of guide 50 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list.. 3 00 
Conn, Helen C, services at 

1.66% per diem ,. . 251 67 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 25 

Dom. Express Co., charges 2 35 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 1 21 
House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age , 80 

International Ry. & Steam Boat 

Guide, subscription 2 00 



King's Printer, distribution, 
directory, 10.00; atlas, 3.90; 
printing and binding, 27.33; 
stationery, 178.18 219 

Mockler, Eva, services as extra 
clerk at 2.25 per diem 

Mclntyre, M., postage stamps . . 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions and supplies, 15.50; rent 
of typewriter, 8.00 23 50 



41 



465 75 

80 00 

3 



00 



Unpaid Accounts King's Printer 1913 ($29.3 7) 

King's Printer, distribution stationery 29 37 

Insurance Branch. 

Salaries ($10,325.00) 
A. R. Boswell : Twelve months' salary as Superintendent of Insurance and 

Registrar of Loan Corporations 3,000 00 
W. J. Vale: do Deputy Supt. of Insurance, Regis- 

trar of Friendly Societies, and 
Assistant Registrar of Loan 

Corporations 2,300 00 

W. A. Cork: do Clerk and Accountant 1,500 00 

Chas. M. Peters: do Clerk 1,000 00 

A. C. Lynch: do do 775 00 

T. A. B. Whiting: uo Stenographer 650 00 

Jessie M. Bruce: do do 600 00 

L. C. Macklem: Six do Clerk 500 00 



Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., legal 
charts and law lists 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies 
of "Facts" . ., 

Canada Law Book Co., law 
books and journals 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . 

Carswell Co., Ltd., binding, 
3.00; law books and reports, 
18.25 

Collector of Customs, duty char- 
ges 

Cork, W. A., trav. expenses 

Dom. Express Co., charges. . . . 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps 

House postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 



Contingencies ($2,946.60) 

directory 



11 50 

4 50 
25 

2 00 

40 50 
2 16 



21 25 



1 


00 


117 


00 




25 




33 


8 


80 


1 


57 


296 


00 



10.00; engraving, 
6.00; atlas, 3.90; books, 78.00; 
printing and binding, 994.56; 
stationery, 178.38; paper, 
244.00 

Landis, A., book 

Lovell, Jno. & Son, law books 

McGlashan, Jessie, services as 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem 

Macklem, L. C, services as 
clerk at 3.20 per diem 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Peters, C. M., duty charges 

Spectator Co., N.Y., insurance 
year books, etc 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . ., 

Toronto Ry. & Steam Boat 
Guide, Ltd., subscription . . 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 24.00; supplies, 3.00.. 

Vale, W. J., trav. expenses 



Unpaid Accounts, King's Printer 1913 ($123.73) 

King' Printer, distribution paper 



1,514 84 
10 00 

4 00 

156 00 

496 00 

28 00 
1 00 

17 00 

5 00 

5 00 

27 00 
175 65 

123 73 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

ONTARIO RAILWAY AND MUNICIPAL BOARD. 

Salaries ($24,455.03) 

D. M. Mclntyre: Twelve months' salary as Chairman 7,000 00 

A. B. Ingram: do Vice-Chairman 4,000 00 

H. N. Kittson: ao Member of Board 4,000 00 

H. C. Small: ao Secretary 2,600 00 

W. C. Coo: do Court Reporter 1,500 00 

A. C. McKee: do Messenger and Entry Clerk 900 00 

Annie Campbell: do Stenographer 625 00 

M. Sanderson : do do 700 00 

Beatrice Skel ton: (to do 700 00 

J. H. .McGhie: Six do Clerk 700 00 

Francis Dagger: Five and two-thirds do Electric and Telephone Expert... 1,730 03 



Broadway Garage, auto hire . . 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
"Facts" 

Can. Legal (Pub. Co., law lists 

Can. Law Book Co., Ltd., bind- 
ing law reports, etc i. . 

C. P. iR. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Car swell Co., law books 

Collector of Customs, duty char- 
ges 

Coo, W. C, services as reporter 
at 7c. per folio, 17.64; trav. 
expenses, 381.40 

Dagger, Francis, services as 
engineer at 15.00 per diem, 
2,097.50; trav. expenses, 997.39 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Flett, Geo. H., services check- 
ing statistics 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Ingram, A. B., trav. expenses. . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
directory.. 10.00; atlas, 3.90; 
forms, 25.00; paper, 188.81; 



Contingencies ($7,331.91) 

10 00 printing and binding, 1,104.21; 

30 stationery, 503.70 1,835 62 

Kittson, H. N., trav. expenses.. 239 40 
3 00 Middlemist, H. W., services as 

6 00 engineer at 15.00 per diem.. 47 15 

Mclntyre, D. M., trav. expenses 305 45 

33 35 National Law Book Co., law re- 

3 38 ports 9 50 

34 00 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 27 00 

60 Poor's Railroad Manual, copy 

of manual 16 00 

Poole, A. & Co., binding law 
496 73 reports, etc., 9.50; book, 4.50. 14 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- ' 

spections 11 00 

3,094 89 Royce, J. C. services re inspec- 

2 80 tion and report accident on 

Metropolitan 10 00 

50 00 Small, H. C, trav. expenses... 261 50 

2 78 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 25 00 

Toronto Ry. and Steamboat 

2 56 Guide, subscription 5 00 

170 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

544 45 tions 24 00 

Wilson, Chas. L., services as 
engineer at 15.00 per diem, 
37.50; trav. expenses, 8.95 46 45 



Membership and Annual Fees in Various Associations ($5.00) 

Ontario Safety League, membership fee 



5 00 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT. 



A. H. U. Colquhoun: 


Twelve months' 


John Seath: 


do 


C W. James: 


do 


J. R. Humphreys: 


do 


A. C. Paull: 


do 


F. L. Woodley: 


do 


T. J. Greene: 


do 


S. A. May: 


do 


W. N. Griffiths: 


do 



Salaries ($28,475.00) 

salary as Deputy 'Minister 4,000 00 

[Superintendent of Education . . 4,400 00 
Minister's Secretary and Depart- 
mental Secretary 2,100 00 

Chief Clerk and Accountant... 2,150 00 

Clerk of Records 2.050 00 

Clerk and Assistant Accountant 1,650 00 

Clerk of Correspondence 1,500 00 

Assistant do 950 00 

Assistant Clerk of Records 1,000 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



E. A. Faulds: 
T. W. Aikens: 
M. H. Thompson: 
Norman A. Brown 
J. P. Clark: 
Wm. Armstrong: 
L. E. Montgomery: 
S. Dennis: 
I. M. Goold: 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Salaries. — Continued. 

Twelve months' salary as Clerk of Statistics 1,600 00 

Assistant do 950 00 

Clerk and Stenographer 1,350 00 

Clerk 1,200 00 

Junior Clerk 900 00 

Messenger 350 00 

Stenographer 775 00 

do 775 00 

do 775 00 



Acta Victoriana, advertising 
calendar 

Advertising and Publishing 
Agency, advertising 

Allen, H. N., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Angus, (R. W., (testing oils 

Appleton, D. & Co., books 

Baird, J. & Son, cartage 

Bell & Cockburn, books 

Beaver Brass Mfg. Co., keys. . 

Benziger Bros., books 

Blaisdell, L. B., services a© 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Britnell, Albert, book 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
inspections 

Bureau of Municipal Research, 
copies of report 

Can. Book Co., book 

Canadian Courier, advertising. 

Can. Delivery & Cartage Co., 
cartage 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
"Facts" 

Can. Gazetteer Pub. Co., copies 
of Gazetteer 

Can. Institutional, books .... 

Can. Parliamentary Guide, cop- 
ies of guide . . .. 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 

Cairns, B. ; numbering machine 

Carswell Co., Ltd., books .... 

Chandler, Florence, book 

Colquhoun, A. H. U., trav. ex- 
penses 

Cooper & Bailey, services mak- 
ing school house models 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books.. 

Craig, W. G.. trav. expenses.. 

Department Public Printing 
and Stationery, copies of 
postal guide 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 

Donohue, Basil, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Drummond. H., services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 



do 




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25 


00 


60 


00 


26 


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11 


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44 




80 


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80 


110 


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29 


00 


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50 


43 


68 


8 


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8 


60 


7 


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10 


00 


26 


25 


10 


00 


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00 


47 


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00 


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280 


45 


75 


00 


4 


24 


56 


00 


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60 


8 


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fiO 


00 


48 


00 



($8,314.10) 

Duff, W. R., etchings 

Dunlop, W„ J., advertising..!.. 

Educational Pub. Co., Ltd., ad- 
vertising 

Field, Love & House, inspec- 
tion, 1.00; typewriter, 90.00; 
travelling case, 15.00 

Federated Association of Letter 
Carriers, advertising 

Figary, P., (photos 

Forbes, J. W., trav. expenses . . . 

Ginn & Co., books 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams. . 

Glasgow Brook Co., books 

G. T. R. Co., freight charges.. 

Gunn, Edmund, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Harwood, Knox, services as 
clerk at 2.00 per diem 

Horsley, Vera, services as steno- 
grapher at 2.16 per diem . . 

Houghton, Mifflin Co., books . . 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 



50 00 

20 00 

152 00 



106 00 



age 



Humphreys, J. R., trav. expenses 

James, C. W., trav. expenses. . 

Jennings. A., services as mes- 
senger at 1.61 per diem 

Johnston, Lily, services as 
stenographer at 2.24 per diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage, 2.00; directories, 
50.00; duplicator, 20.00; 
paper, 3.33; printing and 
binding, 285.80; stationery, 
642.94 

Laughton, Thos., books 

Lemon, R. C, services as clerk 
at 2.25 per diem 

Lester Storage & Cartage Co., 
cartage 

Lippincott, J. B., & Co., books 

Longmans, Green, & Co., books 

Lovell, J., & Son, books 

Loyal Orange Co. Lodge, ad- 
vertising in souvenir 

Lyon, G. S., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Lyons, Beatrice, services at 
2.00 per diem 



50 


00 


4 


00 


15 


70 




26 


147 


98 


36 00 




83 


38 


00 


100 


00 


657 


44 


1 


35 


27 


91 


4 


15 


83 


55 


496 


24 


692 


15 



1,004 07 
35 00 

29 25 

4 20 
3 00 
1 29 

7 00 

25 00 
22 00 
86 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



EDUCATION DEPARTMENT —Continued, 



MacKenzie, E. E., services as 
stenographer at 2.16 per diem 

MacLeod, M. A., services as 
stenographer at 2.50 per diem 

MacMillan Co., Ltd., books 

Macpherson, A., American 
stamps i 

McAinsh, D. T., & Co., books. . . 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

MoClung, A. C, & Co., botoks.. 

McMaster University Monthly, 
advertising calendar 

Maher's Livery, cab hire 

Methodist Book & (Publishing 
House, books 

Mills, M., postage stamps 

MLUer, G. A., trav. expenses 

National Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
inspections, 31.00; rent of 
typewriter, 19.00 

Newell, Robt., cab hire 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., office 
furniture, guides and folders 

Ontario Agricultural College Re- 
view, advertising 

Ontario Educational Associa- 
tion, advertising 

Orange, Tudd & Co., books . . 

Pearsall, G., & Son, nails 

Peterborough Times Publishing 
Co., maps 

Pickard, W. J., cartage 

Public Health Journal, adver- 
tising calendar 

Queen's Quarterly, advertising 



Contingencies. — Continued. 

Rapid Addressing Machine Co., 

657 44 stencils 83 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., rib- 

17 50 bons and repairs .\ . 15 90 

109 77 Riverdale Garage & Rubber Co., 

auto hire 4 00 

50 Rowe, Peterson & Co., books.. 1 71 

14 55 School. The, advertising and 

1 95 copies 182 00 

87 Seath, J., trav. expenses 263 49 

Sloan, C. R., services as clerk 
20 00 at 2.00 per diem 24 00 

2 50 Staley, J. EL, books 3 50 

St. Louis Publishing Co., Ltd., 

7 84 books 25 

450 00 Taxicabs, Ltd., cab hire 8 15 

2 90 Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 8 60 

Thompson, C W., services as 

50 00 clerk at 2.25 per diem 216 00 

45 75 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 140 00 

Torontonensis, advertising .... 40 00 

48 50 Tulloch, J. E., auto hire 20 00 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 

170 98 spections and repairs, 43.85; 

supplies, 3.50; typewriters, 

60 00 180.00; rent, 12.00 239 35 

University of Toronto, adver- 

20 00 Using 27 78 

75 Verral, G. W., auto hire 3 00 

50 Walker, Stanley, services as 

messenger at 1.05 per diem . . 328 20 

5 00 Walton & Co., portrait 11 39 

2 65 Warwick & York, books 1 25 

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, books 10 00 

25 00 Whitcomb & Burrows, book . . 128 

50 00 Yale University Press; books.. 2 16 



Unpaid Accounts 1913 ($116.43) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



116 43 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES. 

Salaries ($83,166.31) 

Aubrey White: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister of Lands and 

Forests 4,400 00 

C. C. Hele: do Minister's Secretary 1,800 00 

Geo. Kennedy: do Law Clerk 2,900 00 

E.S.Williamson: do Secretary to Department 1,950 00 

Janet Garvie: do Clerk 825 00 

Jas. Farrington: do Stenographer 800 00 

Land Sales and Free Grants. 

J. J. Murphy: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 2,300 00 

Walter Cain: do Clerk of Free Grants 1,750 00 

Splby Draper: do Clerk 1,350 00 

W. R. Ledger: do ; do 1,450 00 

W. B. Caines: do do 950 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 



Land Sales and Free Grants. — Continued. 

S. A. Piatt: Twelve months' salary as Clerk 1,100 00 

F.A.Lucas: do do 1,100 00 

F. Samuels: do do 925 00 

N. McQueen: Four do Stenographer 24166 

M. Bengough: Twelve do do 750 00 

Jean Oram : do do 725 00 

Military Grants 

H. Johnston: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 1,600 00 

E. F. O'Neill do Stenographer 725 00 

Surveys and Patents. 

G. B. Kirkpatrick: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,700 00 

L. V. Rorke: do Surveyor and Draughtsman 2,600 00 

J. Hutcheon: do Assistant do 2,150 00 

W. F. Lewis: do Clerk 1,400 00 

D. G. Boyd: do Draughtsman 1,650 00 

E.' M. Jarvis: do Clerk 1,400 00 

J. B. Proctor: do do 1,200 00 

B. Rushford: do do 1,000 00 

F. E. Blanchet: do do 1,100 00 

A. Leaman: do do 1,100 00 

H. Treeby : do Draughtsman 1,250 00 

John Work: do do 1,250 00 

M. H. Kirkland: do Stenographer 725 00 

E. G. Halliday: do do 725 00 

Clare O'Connor: do do 625 00 

Beatrice Benson: do do 625 00 

E. C. Armer: do do 625 00 

C. S. Jones: do Chief Clerk of Patents 2,050 00 

W. S. Sutherland: do Clerk 1,350 00 

C. E. Burns: do do 1,450 00 

W. Carrell: do do 1,250 00 

A. E. Robillard: Six do do 499 67 

A. E. Roe: Twelve do do 1,250 00 

Woods and Forests. 

J. A. G. Crozier: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk 2,300 00 

J. B. Cook: do Clerk 1,750 00 

H. D. Gillard: do do 1,S00 00 

John Houser: do do 1,400 00 

F. J. Niven: do do 1,350 00 

W. F. Trivett: uo do 1,300 00 

R.H.Hodgson: do do 1,200 00 

A. H. O'Neill: do do 1,000 00 

Geo. W. Harris: do do 1,000 00 

N. L. Rogers: do do 950 00 

S. D. Meeking: do do 900 00 

A. P. Saunders: do do i 850 00 

M. E. Bliss: do Stenographer 700 00 

Amy Thompson : do do 775 00 

Accounts Branch. 

D. G. Ross: Twelve months' salary as Accountant 2,550 00 

H. M. Lount: do Clerk 1,550 00 

C. J. Clark: do do 1,150 00 

R. Gordon : do do 849 98 



10 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 

Accounts Branch. — Continued. 

C. Bowland: Twelve months' salary as Clerk and Stenographer 700 00 

Frank Yeigh : do Registrar 1,600 00 

Chester Dies: do Clerk 1,250 00 

H. Brophy: do Messenger 925 00 



Acres, H. G., professional ser- 
vices re waterways commisr 
sion 

American Lumberman, books.. 

Art Metropole, supplies 

Bald, Julia, services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem.. 

Burroughs Adding Machine 
Co., inspections and supplies 

Burton, W., services as messen- 
ger at 1.00 per diem 

Can. Facts Publishing Co., cop 
ies of "Facts" 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Legal Publishing Co., law 
charts and law lists 

Can. Law Book Co., law books 
and binding 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . 

C. N. Express Co., charges.... 

Carswell Co., law books 

Carter, D., services as messen- 
ger at 1.00 per diem 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
copies of guide 

Clinton, F. P., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Corbett, Wm„ services as mes- 
senger at 1.66% per diem . . . 

Dalton, Co., adding machine and 
stand 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 

Fleming, W., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem.... 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps and 
repairs 

Hall, A. G., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Harbord, F. W., rubber stamps 

Hearst, Hon. W. H., trav. ex- 
penses 

Hele, C. C, trav. expenses 

Hills, Edith, services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem. . . 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hutcheon, Jas., trav. expenses, 
184.26; accountable, 200.00... 

King's Printer, distribution, 



Contingencies ($19,858.45) 

pencil sharpeners, 6.50; filing 
cases, 29.00; file backs 64.80; 
313 00 directories, 20.00; atlas, 3.90; 

3 25 maps, 2,618.60; blank forms, 

8 99 234.86; paper, 812.01; litho- 

graphing, 497.10; blue print 
251 67 and tracing linen, 540.10; rub- 

ber keys, 8.00; printing and 
13 85 binding, 2,013.91; stationery, 

3,335.20 10,183 98 

178 00 Lount, J. E., searching title... 1 00 

Lovell, J., & Son, books 8 00 

12 51 McAinsh, D. T., & Co., books... 7 90 

22 26 McCurry, P., registration fee.. 5 21 

McUroy, S., cartage . 50 

18 00 McKelvie, Isobel, services as 

stenographer at 2.00 per diem 154 no 
57 00 McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 1,906 59 

527 67 Nelson, T., & Sons, cyclo re- 

2 67 newal pages 10 00 

6 50 Newman, F. S., trav. expenses.. 62 80 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

173 00 subscriptions 132 59 

Nesbitt, W., legal services re 

2 00 Petawawa military camp 300 00 

Oberton, Geo. B., books 1 50 

520 00 Office Specialty Co., supplies and 

repairs 9 40 

256 00 Peterborough Times Publishing 

Co., map of Carleton county. . 4 00 

357 50 Reid, Alexander, services as 

354 69 draughtsman, at 2.00 per diem 322 50 

Remington Typewriter Co., rent 

222 00 of typewriter 3 00 

167 86 Rorke, L. V., trav. expenses 6 75 

Rowland, C, services as steno- 

29 20 grapher at 2.00 per diem 626 00 

Taylor, J. & J., adjusting vault 
626 00 lock 1 60 

5 25 Tesky, J. F., services as valua- 

tor 25 oa 

200 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 40 00 

6 65 Toronto Railway and Steamboat 

Guide, subscription 5 00 

521 65 Townsend's Livery, cab hire... 5 50 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
38 75 tions and supplies, 215.00; 

typewriters, 334.80 549 80 

384 26 White, Aubrey, trav. expenses. 138 10 

Zavitz, E. J., trav. expenses... 67 56 



Unpaid Accounts. 1912 and 1913 ($8.33) 

Bald, Julia, services as stenographer at 1.66% per diem . . 



8 33 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



II 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 



Membership Fees, Various Associations ($22.50) 



American Forestry Association 



6 50 



Association of Ontario Land 
Surveyors . . 



16 00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($3.98) 
King's Printer, distribution paper 



3 98. 



Advertising ($13,524.62) 



Advertising & Pub. Agency 

Algoma Advocate 

Alliston Herald 

Almonte Times 

American Lumberman 

Annual Review Publishing Co.. 

Arnprior Chronicle 

Association of Fire Chiefs 

Atwood Bee Publishing House. 

Bancroft Times 

Barrie Northern Advance 

Bay City Times 

Beeton World 

Belleville Intelligencer 

Berlin Berliner Journal 

Berlin News Record 

Blind River Gazette 

Bobcayge'on Independent 

Bracebridge Herald 

Brantford Courier 

Brockville Times 

Bruce Mines Spectator 

Canada Facts Publishing Co... 

Canadian Lumberman 

Cannington Gleaner 

Carleton Place Central Canadian 

Chatham Le Canadien 

Chatham Planet 

Clinton Neios Record 

Cobalt Daily Nugget 

Cobourg Morning Post 

Cobourg Sentinel Star 

Cochrane Northland Post .... 

Colborne Express 

Collingwood Enterprise 

Cookstown Advocate 

Cornwall Standard 

Detroit Free Press 

Dundas Star 

Eganville New Enterprise 

Emo Advertiser 

Englehart Courier 

Fort Frances Times 

Gait Reporter 

Gananoque Journal 

Goderich Star 

Gore Bay Recorder 

Guelph Herald 

Haileyburian, The 

Hamilton Herald 

Hamilton Review 

Hamilton Spectator 



40 


00 


105 


40 


26 


25 


£0 


75 


170 


37 


50 


00 


84 


40 


50 


00 


33 


25 


31 


90 


87 


50 


116 


20 


33 


75 


138 


75 


26 


25 


110 


75 


189 


75 


121 


50 


142 


00 


240 


95 


96 


25 


238 


20 


35 


00 


286 


11 


51 


25 


96 


45 


7 


00 


21 


00 


19 


50 


221 


00 


41 


75 


49 


00 


194 


70 


108 


00 


97 


70 


64 


75 


98 


00 


209 


17 


66 


50 


36 


41 


94 


60 


118 


84 


162 


56 


140 


07 


82 


75 


108 


66 


6 


75 


109 


55 


178 


10 


128 


55 


37 


50 


177 


30 



Honey Harbor Year Book 

I.O.O.F. Membership Directory.- 
Iroquois St. Lawrence News . . 

Kenora Miner and News 

Kincardine Review 

Kingston Standard 

La Tribuna Canadiana , 

Leeds (England) Commercial 

Canada 

Listowel Standard 

Lockwood (N.Y.) Trade Journal 

London Free Press 

Markham Sun 

Midland Argus 

Millbrook Reporter 

Milton Canadian Champion 

Milverton Sun 

Minneapolis Tribune 

Mitchell Advocate 

Monetary Times 

Montreal Standard 

Montreal Star 

New Hamburg Independent.... 

New Liskeard Speaker 

North Bay Despatch & Tribune 

Orangeville Sun 

Orillia Packet 

Ottaiva Danebrog 

Ottawa Evening Journal 

Ottawa United Canada 

Owen Sound Times 

Parry Sound Canadian 

Pembrooke Standard 

Pembroke German Post ♦. . 

Perth Expositor 

Peterborough Times 

Petrolia Advertiser 

Port Arthur Daily News 

Prescott Messenger 

Railway Mail-Clerks' Magazine. 

Ridgetown Dominion 

Sault Daily Star 

Simcoe Reformer 

St. Catharines Standard 

St. Joe Herald 

Steelton News 

Stratford Colonist Und Volks- 

blatt 

Sudbury Mining News 

Sundridge Echo 

Tara Leader 

Thessalon Algonquin Advocate 



15 


00 


15 


00 


115 


30 


266 


40 


100 40 


253 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


28 


00 


52 


00 


387 


75 


14 


00 


111 


00 


77 


75 


10 


75 


35 


35 


127 


40 


62 


30 


92 50 


112 


00 


431 


10 


26 


25 


148 


70 


85 


00 


22 


50 


160 


25 


120 


00 


283 


00 


45 


00 


102 


25 


158 


25 


137 


25 


19 


25 


16 


20 


234 


36 


28 


50 


272 


00 


75 


00 


50 


00 


153 


70 


295 


12 


5 


00 


49 


00 


139 50 


194 


30 


26 


25 


170 


50 


18 


00 


44 


75 


6 


75 



12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FOREST AND MINES.— Continued. 



Advertising.— Continued 



Toronto Freemason 


75 00 


Toronto Globe 


443 25 


Toronto Hebrew Publishing Co. 


22 40 


Toronto Industrial Banner 


75 00 


Toronto Mail and Empire 


437 85 


Toronto News 


483 00 


Toronto Pulp Paper Magazine. . 


124 00 


Toronto World 


420 30 


Trades and Labour Congress of 




Canada 


50 00 



Walkerton Ontario Glocke 

Walkerville Herald 

Washington (D.C.) American 

Forestry 

Waterloo Canadischer Bauern- 

freund 

Westport Mirror 

Wiarton Canadian Echo 

Winnipeg Telegram 

Wingham Publishing Co 



26 


25 


40 


60 


44 


10 


26 


25 


15 


00 


140 


25 


189 


00 


46 


05 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($30.60) 

Ottawa Evening Journal, advertising 



30 60 



Forestry Branch. 

Salaries ($4,200.00) 

E. J. Zavitz: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,600 00 

F. S. Newman: do Assistant Director 1,600 00 



Bald, Julia, services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem.. 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Godard, W. P., sizing and clean- 
ing, wood samples 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

G. iN. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper and binding, 24.25; sta- 
tionery, 72.70 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 



Contingencies ($772.98) 

Madden, G. O., trav. expenses.. 15 60 
263 33 Newman, F. IS., trav. expenses.. 174 00 

1 45 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions ... 2 00 

5 40 Ramsey J. G., & Co., lantern 

80 slides, etc 48 58 

1 02 Topley Co., lantern slides, etc.. 12 50 
United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 6 00 

96 95 Zavitz, E. J., trav. expenses... 120 35 

25 00 



Bureau of Mines 

Salaries ($15,951.52) 

Thos. W. Gibson: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 4,000 00 

R. D. Fisher: do Secretary 1,350 00 

W. H. Morris : Eleven and one-fourth Clerk 1,076 52 

D. H. Barr: Twelve months' salary do 1,150 00 

W. Lemoine: do do 1,150 00 

A. Moffatt: do do 1,100 00 

A. Burritt: do do 1,150 00 

A. G. Scovell : do do 1,050 00 

C. W. St. John: do do 1,000 00 

E. Craig: do do and (Stenographer 800 00 

F. McDougall: do do do 725 00 

J. McNaughton : do Stenographer 750 00 

Helen W. Batchelor: do do 650 00 



Contingencies ($6,016.29) 



American Institute of Mining 
Engineers, dues, subscrip- 
tions and binding 

American Consulate, fees .... 



13 00 

2 50 



Ardagh, E. G. R., analysis of gas 50 00 

Art Metropole, supplies 8 55 

Ball, R. N., copy of evidence.. 1 50 

Bernard, H. A., copy of evidence 21 50 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



13 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF LANDS, FORESTS AND MINES.— Continued. 

Bureau of Mines. — Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Birdsall, W. W., copy of evi- 
dence 

Blakiston, P. Son, & Co., book. . 

Breakwell, W. L., copy of evi- 
dence 

Brewster, N., copy of evidence 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada Facts Publishing Co., 
copies of "Facts" 

Canada Mining Institute, index 

Canada Legal Publishing Co., 
law lists 

Carswell Co., Ltd., book 

Clark, A. H., books 

Cooper Handbook, vol. XI 

C. P. R. Oo.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Deacon, J. M., registration fees 

Denver Fire Clay Co., samples 
of mineral 

Dietzgen & Co., cleaning fluid 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eger, L., collection of minerals 

Engineering and Mining Jour- 
nal, articles 

Farwell, C. F., certificate of 
forfeiture 

Fletcher Mfg. Co., tin tubes . . 

Foote Mineral Co., minerals.. 

Fournier, S., registration fees.. 

Garratt, A., Co., copy of evi- 
dence 

Geological Congress, guide books' 

Gibson, Thos. W., trav. expenses 

G. T. Ry. System, freight 
charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Gripton, C, stamps and sup- 
plies 

Beaton's Agency, advertising. . 

Hinks, Chas., copy of evidence 

Hollefreund, E. W., copy of evi- 
dence 

Institute of Mining Engineers, 
books 

Kerr, J. F., photos 

Kerr, W. B., copy of evidence 

Keating, W. J., registration 
fees 

Kimmerly, F. C, copy of deposi- 
tion 

King, P. S., & Son, parliamen- 
tary papers 

King's Printer, distribution, 
maps, 637.57; directory, 10.00; 
paper, 445.51; books, 11.04; 
printing and binding, 1,180.45; 
stationery, 923.58 

Lewis, W. H., cancellation of 
water power 

Lemoine, W., extra services, re 
tax rolls, 136 hours at 50c. . . 

Library Bureau of Canada, Ltd., 
supplies 



4 00 
30 

16 00 
1 50 
3 55 



00 
00 

00 

00 

8 50 

7 50 

146 48 

25 50 



56 25 
8 62 

1 20 

52 
6 25 

4 00 
26 00 

10 30 

5 00 
194 22 

96 
65 57 

5 00 
100 00 

2 00 

8 25 

1 59 

10 00 

5 00 

33 50 

1 40 

3 78 



3,208 15 

2 54 

68 00 

33 24 



MoCormick, R., photos 

McCurry, P., registration fees 

McGraw, Hill Book Co., books 

MciHame, W. D., copy of evi- 
dence 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

Martin, F. J. S., copy of evi- 
dence . . 

Micklethwaite, F. W., developing 
photos 

Mines Publishing 'Co., Ltd., 
maps, 132.00; advertising, 
450.00 

Morang & Co., books 

Morris, W. H., extra services re 
tax rolls at 50c. per hour.. 

Munro, J. M., registration fees 

Newall, A. G., & Co., copy of 
evidence 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Notman, Wm,, & Son, photos.. 

Nicolas, F. J., indexing, etc. . . 

O'Sullivan, F. A., services as 
stenographer, re inquest . . . 

Potter, Chas. charts 

Preston, R. E., registration fees, 
and searches 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., Ltd., photo 
supplies 

Rickard, A. J., typewriting . . 

Rolph, Clark Co., lithographing 

Royal Standard Typewriter, rent 
of typewriter 

Spanner, O., & Co., dressing 
and mounting beaver skins. . 

Stewart, W. A., rock sections. . 

Students' Book (Department, 
books, maps, etc 

Tarling, C., & Co., maps 

Technical Book Shop, books.. 

Toronto Telegram, advertising 

Toronto News Publishing Co., 
advertising 

Toronto Mail and Empire, ad- 
vertising . . 

Toronto Star, advertising 

Toronto World . advertising . . 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 60.00; supplies, 2.50.. 

University of Chicago Press, 
books 

Van Nostrand, D., book 

Ward's National Science Estab- 
lishment, books 

Weg, Max, books 

Western Mining Directory Co., 
copy of manual 

White, T., & Son, polishing 
marble 

Work, J., repairing camera.. 



6 


30 


8 


02 


4 


50 


17 


45 


3. 


15 


93 


41 



6 21 



11 55 



582 00 
17 50 


68 00 
6 35 


16 50 


118 13 

1 50 

110 50 


1 44 
6 20 


47 00 


5 34 

6 50 
24 90 


10 00 


18 00 
22 95 


7 70 

6 00 

78 

20 00 


25 00 


30 60 
20 00 
20 00 


62 50* 


3 90 
3 00 


4 50 
1 00 


10 00 


1 25 
1 45* 



14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



Salaries ($30,540.00) 



R. P. Fairbairn: Twelve months' salary as 



A. Sheriff: 


Seven 


do 


A. J. Halford: 


Twelve 


do 


Geo. Hogarth: 




do 


J. W. Hackner: 




do 


J. A. Michaud: 




do 


F. R. Heakes: 




do 


Geo. White: 


Nine 


do 


J. G. McLean: 


Twelve 


do 


E. M. Allen: 




do 


H. F. McNaughton: 


do 


J. P. Edwards: 




do 


M. C. O'Donner 




do 


C. Kentleton: 




do 


May ;Sauriol: 


Nine 


do 


Rose Moreau: 


Three 


do 


M. I. Nolan: 


Twelve 


do 


Frances Wiley: 




do 


E. Pennell: 




do 


C. Pelletier: 




do 


M. St. Charles: 




do 


Gus Forrester: 




do 



Deputy Minister 4,000 00 

Clerk and Minister's .Secretary 1,225 00 

Engineer 2,600 00 

Asst. Engineer 1,800 00 

do 1,700 00 

Engineering Draughtsman 1,300 00 

Architect 3,100 00 

Asst. Architect 1,237 50 

Draughtsman 1,400 00 

do 1,350 00 

Secretary, Public Works 1,650 00 

Accountant 1,550 00 

Clerk 1,500 00 

do 1,000 00 

do and Stenographer 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Clerk of Files 

Clerk and Messenger 



Contingencies ($18,979.37) 



Aikenhead Hardware Ltd.. ste 1 
tape 

Allen, E. M., trav. expenses 

American Ry. Engineering Asso- 
ciation, books 

Art Metropole, Ltd., draughts- 
men's supplies 

Arkley, F. M., analysis of coal 

Bickell, W. H., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Bradt, W. H., trav. expenses... 

Britnell, A., books 

'Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies 
of " Facts " 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists.. 

Can. Society Civil Engineers, 
copy of specifications 

Chandler, A. E., trav. expenses. 

Crawford, Wm., trav. expenses. . 

Cullen & Foster, envelopes 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

^Eaton, T., Co., rod, level, tape, 
etc 

Fellows, K. C, services as 
draughtsman at 3.00 per diem, 
666.00; at 16.20 per diem, 
81.00; trav. expenses, 76.70.. 

Fowler, E. L., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem 

Fryer, John, trav. expenses 

Fyall, W. K. services as 
draughtsman at 3.33 V 3 per 
diem, 1,043.36; expenses, 29.50 

Gerbel, A., books 

Grant, Geo. W., & Co., gasoline. 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 



8 


50 


439 


85 


5 


00 


20 


90 


20 


00 


864 


00 


335 


10 


25 


00 


6 


50 


5 


00 


125 


66 


6 


00 




25 


6 


70 


321 


90 


12 


00 


15 


85 



31 10 



823 70 



444 


00 


21 


45 


1,072 


86 


18 


00 


38 


75 


139 


10 



G. T. Ry., freight charges 

Gripton, C, stamps and repairs 

Hackner, J. W., trav. expenses . . 

Harbord, F. W., figures, pads 
and ink 

Heakes, F. R., trav. expenses... 

Heaton's Agency, books 

Halford, A. J., trav. expenses.. 

Hogarth, Geo., trav. expenses.. 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage .stamps 

Hodges, C. V., services as 
draughtsman at 5.00 per diem 

Johnson, Thos., trav. expenses. . 

Joselin, F. E., trav. expenses.. 

Kennedy, Martin, services as 
messenger at 1.16% per diem 

King's Printer, distribution 
directories, 20.00; books, 3.90; 
printing and binding, 254.42; 
stationery, 1,307.92; paper, 
92.58; stamp machine, 8.00; 
pencil sharpener, 8.00; etch- 
ings, 62.70; blue print and 
tracing linen, 33.40 

K. & S. Auto Tire Co., repairing 
tire 

Larkin, F. A., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem, 543.00; at 
4.00 per diem, 528.00 

Lovell, Jno., & iSon, books 

Lowe, Martin Co., Ltd., ledger 
sheets, binders, etc 

Lufkin Rule Co., Ltd., repairs to 
steel tape 

MacMillan Co., Ltd., books 



582 


00 


195 


50 


725 


00 


725 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


750 


00 


950 


00 




55 


23 


85 


718 


19 


10 


50 


229 


55 


2 


00 


271 


00 


947 


54 


32 


86 


341 


00 


395 


00 


6 


75 


101 


55 



466 91 



1,790 


92 


9 


00 


1,071 
4 


00 
00 


83 


00 


4 


63 
00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



15 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 



Contingencies— Continued 



McDougal, D. J., serving papers 
re Nepean and North G-ower 
road 

McKinnon, E., services as steno- 
grapher r.t 2.00 per diem 

Michaud, J. A., trav. expenses.. 

Mikel, E., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem 

Morham, W. C, services as 
draughtsman at 4.16 per diem, 
749.99; at 23.33^, 116.67 

National. Tax Assn., books 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Northern Electric and Mfg. Co., 
supplies 

Ogilvy, D. A., affidavit 

Orillia Times Printing Co., map, 
Co. iSimcoe 

Peiler, H. L., & Co., boiler test- 
ing outfit 

Philip, J. M., trav. expenses, 
78.70; services as draughts- 
man at 4.50 per diem, 1,408.50 

Pringle and Booth, photo sup- 
plies 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo sup- 
plies 



8 00 

264 00 
115 40 

84 00 



866 


66 


8 


00 


172 


55 


39 


90 


1 


50 


3 


00 


45 


00 


,487 


20 


15 


00 


4 


93 



Reaume, Hon. J. O., trav. ex- 
penses 

Russell Motor Car Co., supplies 

Russell, E. H., trav. expenses, 
15.95; services as draughts- 
man at 4.50 per diem, 1,408.50 

Shipsides, F. G., trav. expenses. 

iSpall, (S. J., trav. expenses 

Standard Motor Co., gasoline.. 

Staunton, O. B., and Wilson Co., 
Ltd., maps 

'Stroud, Fred G., trav. expenses 

Students' Book Department, 
books 

Taxicabs, Ltd., taxi service 

Toronto Railway & iSteamboat 
Guide, subscription 

Toronto Railway Co., car 
tickets 

United Typewriter -Co., inspec- 
tions, 67.00; rent, 26.00; sup- 
plies, 2.50; typewriter, 112.50; 
33 folios, 6 copies, 3.30 

Vernon, Henry, & Son, Windsor 
directory 

Verral, G. W., auto hire 

White, Geo., services as draughts- 
man at 6.38% per diem, 
425.60; trav expenses, 324.77 



1,250 00 

7 75 



1,424 45 

15 60 

331 05 

8 64 

6 00 
399 35 

8 55 
59 70 

5 00 

65 00 



211 30 

3 00 
1 50 



750 37 



Unpaid Accounts, 1912=1913 ($302.00) 

King's Printer, distribution, paper, 155.97; printing and binding, 4.65; sta- 
tionery, 141.38 302 00 



Highways Branch. 

Salaries ($7,967.00) 

W. A. McLean: Twelve months' salary as Engineer 2,200 00 

A. Sedgwick: do A ssistant Engineer 1,700 00 

W. Huber: do do 1,600 00 

G. C. Austin: do Clerk and Draughtsman 1,200 00 

E.Purvis: do stenographer 725 00 

R. Moreau : Nine do do 542 00 



Contingencies ($3,195.75) 



Art Metropole, linometer 

Austin, G. C, trav. expenses, 
66.15; disbursements, 2.25... 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps 

Canadian Express Co., charges. 

Canadian Kodak Co., supplies . . 

Canadian Northern Express Co., 
charges 

C.P. Ry Co.'s Tel., telegrams... 

City of Calgary Planning Com- 
mission, copy of report 

Coates, Ltd., rent of auto 

Dominion Express Co., charges 

Farr, Thos. N., auto, hire 



14 40 



68 40 




45 


5 


89 




78 




40 


8 


47 


2 


50 


40 


00 


25 


76 


28 


00 



Galbraith Photo. Co., photo sup- 
plies 21 64 

Gill and Long, auto, hire 17 00 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 29 66 

G.T. Ry. System, freight charges 25 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps 35 

Hadley, C. & J., lumber 4 50 

Holcomb, A. E., book 3 00 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 200 00 

Huber, W., trav. expenses 555 10 

Imperial Year Book, book 150 

King's Printer, distribution, 
blank books, 26.61; maps, 8.00; 
atlas, 3.90; printing and bind- 



16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 



Highways Branch. — Continued. 



ing, 262.32; stationery, 334.18; 
blue print and tracing linen, 
12.40; paper, 247.70; films, 
7.80 

Leavitt, F. E., auto, hire 

Map Specialty Co., maps 

Mason, J., photos 

Might Directories, Ltd., press 
clippings 

McLean, W. A., trav. expenses . . 

Muir, R. C, trav. expenses.... 

Moore, B. S. B., photos 

National Tax Ass'n, book 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions .' 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., mount- 
ing maps 

Ontario Motor League, road 
guide 



Contingencies— Continued. 

Ramsey, J. G. & Co., photo sup- 
plies 12 60 

Rice, A. J., photos 5 00 

902 91 Richardson, Wm.., auto. hire... 31 00 

21 75 Rose, G. B., auto hire 30 00 

24 47 Sedgwick, Arthur, trav. expenses 446 95 

6 00 Stephenson, T., cartage 1 00 

St. Thomas Municipal World, 

40 00 printing circulars 10 00 

287 25 Taylor, Frank, auto, hire 48 00 

82 65 Thomas, A. B., auto, hire 20 00 

28 00 Thompson, Ahem & Co., broker- 

3 50 age 1 75 

Toronto University, slides 22 80 

46 81 Tugwell, H. C. & Co., albums.. 6 00 

Tyrrell, Wm. & Co., books 19 50 

3 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 28.00; supplies, 2.50... 30 50 

2 00 Webber Bros., packing 1 26 

Wortley, Ben., auto, hire 33 00 



Unpaid Accounts ($29.80) 
King's Printer, distribution, paper, 14.85; stationery, 14.95. 



29 80 



G. W. Bennett: 
M. P. Doherty: 
C. H. Meader: 
J. H. Bradshaw: 
EvaSauriol: 



Colonization Roads Branch, 
Salaries ($6,550.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 1,800 00 

do Accountant 1,600 00 

do Surveyor and Draughtsman 1,250 00 

do Clerk 1,200 00 

do Stenographer 700 00 



Contingencies ($2,755.60) 



Axford, W. T., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Bennett, G. W., trav< expenses 
CjPJR. Co.'s Telegraph, telegrams 
Dalton Co. of Canada, adding 

machine 

Eaton, T. Co., Ltd., bag 

Graham, G. E., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 296 

G.N.W. Telegraph Co., telegrams 
Gripton Co., rubber stamps . . . 
Howe, Mary H., services as 

stenographer, at 2.00 per diem 150 00 



148 00 

395 80 

31 06 

360 00 
16 50 

00 
14 01 
18 05 



Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
atlas, 3.90; printing and bind- 
ing, 180.10; stationery, 372.50; 
blank books, 7.98; paper, 
20.00 

Library Bureau of Canada, 
guides, cards, etc 

Meader, C. H., trav. expenses . . 

Sayers, Geo. B., adding machine 
rolls ^ 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 24.00; rent, 12.50 



190 00 



584 48 

19 55 
495 16 

50 

36 50 



Unpaid Accounts ($48.93) 
King's Printer, distribution, paper, 9.08; stationery, 39.85 



48 93 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



17 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Boiler Inspection Branch. 

Salaries ($7,348.42) 

D. M. Medcalf: Twelve months' salary as Chief Boiler Inspector 1,800 00 

T. J. Main: do Boiler Inspector 1,600 00 

H. Brown : do do 1,450 00 

do Arrears, 1913 121 50 

Gladys Runnalls: Twelve months' do Stenographer 600 00 

G. Drummond: Eight do Inspector 888 46 

W. H. Burns: do do 888 46 



Contingencies ($7,236.70) 



Adams Mfg. Co., suit case and 
bag 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 
tools 

Armstrong Bros., steel stamps 
and repairs 

Association of Fire Chiefs, ad- 
vertising ' 

Bald, J. W., prints 

Beattie, Geo. J., flashlights, 
battery, etc 

Bengough, Thos., services, re- 
porting 

Bradt, W. H., services as inspec- 
tor at 4.00 per diem, 536.00; 
trav. expenses, 78.01 

Brown, H., trav. expenses 

Burns, Wm., services as inspec- 
tor, at 4.00 per diem, 480.00; 
trav. expenses, 175.35 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Campbell, D., photos of gas 
plant, Oshawa 

Collector of Customs, duty 
charges 

Canadian Manufacturer, adver- 
tising 

C.P.R. Co.'s Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Coo, Maude E., services report- 
ing at 5.00 per diem 

Drummond, G., services as in- 
spector at 4.00 per diem, 
528.00; trav. expenses, 177.81. 

Finlay, James A., services as 
inspector at 4.23% per diem, 
372.30; trav. expenses, 82.35. 

Fleming, Pearl, services as 

stenographer 

Grand and Toy, rotospeed 



18 


00 


16 


00 


5 


00 


50 
1 


00 
00 


33 


75 


35 00 


614 

870 


01 

74 


655 


35 
25 


12 


25 


15 


81 


23 


00 


4 


70 


65 


00 



705 81 



454 65 

40 00 
35 00 



G.N.W. Telegraph Co., telegrams 

Gripton, C, stamps and sup- 
plies 

Guillet, Geo., services as clerk 
at 4.16% per diem, 1,304.16; 
to pay sundries, .38 

Howe, Mary, services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem.. 

Huibertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Hydro-Electric Co., carbon lamp 

King's Printer, distribution, pa- 
per, 5.00; atlas, 3.90; printing 
and binding, 344.18; station- 
ery, 294.05 

Lewis, R. & Son, steel letters, 
figures, gauges, etc 

Maclean Pub. Co., advertising. 

Main, Thos. J., trav. expenses. 

Medcalf, D. M., trav. expenses.. 

Morrison, J., Brass Mfg. Co., 
gauges 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Official Convention Review, ad- 
vertising 

Raikes, R., copy of verdict 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., camera and 
photo, supplies 

Simpson Robt. Co., Ltd., bags.. 

Toronto Railway and Steamboat 
Guide, subscriptions 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 

Trades and Labor Congress of 
Canada, advertising 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 12.00; typewriter, 
124.00; copies of regulations, 
53.62 



23 61 
6 05 

1,304 54 

10 00 

105 00 

25 

647 13 



40 05 

6 25 

663 50 

327 87 


18 72 


1 


00 


18 

2 


75 
00 


66 
52 


99 
50 


6 
79 


05 
00 



Unpaid Accounts ($4.25) 
King's Printer, distribution, paper, 3.44; stationery, .81 



12 50 



189 62 



4 25 



Sheriff: 
Tinsley: 
2 p.a. 



Fisheries and Game Branch 

Salaries ($13,716.88) 

Five months' salary as Deputy Minister 1,116 88 

Twelve do Superintendent 2,500 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Fisheries_and Game Branch.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

W. W. Holden: Twelve months' salary as Pish and Game Inspector 1,750 00 

A. Hunter: do do 1,650 00 

H G Cox: do Clerk 1,450 00 

J. H. Pegg: do do 1,400 00 

W. S. Masson: do do 800 00 

E. Langevin: do , do 800 00 

H.F.Carver: do * do and 'Stenographer 600 0C 

N. e! Lynch: do do do 650 00 

k! Campbell: do do do 650 00 

E. A. Schmidt iSix do Filing Clerk 350 00 



Contingencies ($5,318.95) 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument 

Bracken, L. H., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 

inspections 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies 

of Facts 

Canada Legal Pub. Co., law lists 
Can. North. Express Co., charges 

C.P. Ry. Co., freight charges 

C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams 

Cox, H. G., trav. expenses 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

Doane Bros., livery hire 

Dominion Express Co., charges 
G.N.W. Telegraph Co., telegrams 
G.T. Ry. System, freight charges 
Holden, W. W., trav. expenses. . 
House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hunter, Alfred, trav. expenses. 
King's Printer, distribution, di- 
rectory, 10.00; atlas, 3.90; 
scale, 9.50; hand bag, 8.25; 
books, 4.00; charts, 6.00; 
printing and binding, 376.32; 
stationery, 1,122.08; paper, 
294.85 



30 


00 


626 


00 


10 


00 


72 


12 


2 


00 


3 


00 


1 


95 




10 


134 


05 


4 


90 


2 


75 


2 


25 


150 


32 


94 


52 




60 


247 


01 


11 


63 


240 


94 



1,834 90 



Langevin, Eugene, trav. exp. . . 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

Masson, W. ^., trav. expenses.. 

Might Directories, Ltd., press 
clippings 

Nash, C. W., drawings 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

North American Fish and Game 
Protective Association, annual 
fee 

Pegg, J. H., trav. expenses 

Remington Typewriter Co., rent 
of typewriter, 12.00; type- 
writer, 99.23; supplies, 75c... 

Schmidt, E. A., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Spanner, O., & Co., mounting 
beaver 

Taylor, J. & J. Co., repairing 
safe 

Times Printing Co., map Carle- 
ton county 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 

Toronto Railway and Steamboat 
Guide, subscription 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 39.00; key tops, 4.00... 

Verral, G. W., cab hire 





85 


1 


50 


,100 


00 


12 


20 


40 


00 


50 


00 



16 00 



6 
3 


00 
90 


111 


98 


310 


00 


12 


00 


1 


98 


4 

85 


00 
00 


5 


00 


43 
46 


00 
50 



Fish and Game Reports ($235.44) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding 



235 44 



Labor Bureau. 

Salaries ($2,350.00) 

R. Edgar: Twelve months' salary as Secretary 1,550 00 

W. Wood: do Clerk and Stenographer 800 00 



Brantford Courier, printing and 

stationery 

Edgar, Robt., trav. expenses.. 



Contingencies ($1,619.87) 

Garner Young Press, printing. . 8 75 

10 75 Hevey, W. J., advertising 15 00 

4 75 Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 20 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



19 



Industrial Banner, advertising. 

King's Printer, distribution, 
directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 291.60; stationery, 
145.16; paper, 255.33 

Labor Directory, advertising... 

Labor Educational [Publishers, 
advertising 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Labor Bureau.— Continued. 

Contingencies. — Continued. 

7 50 Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 4 00 

Toker, E. J., services as clerk at 

2.50 per diem 782 50 

702 09 Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 1 00 
10 00 Trades and Labor Congress of 

Canada, advertising 12 50 

32 73 Union Label Guide, advertising 7 50 

United Typewriter Co., supplies 80 



King's Printer, distribution, 



Unpaid Accounts ($379.34) 
paper 



379 34 



Ackernetch, P. K., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum. . . 
Bampfylde, C H., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum. . . 
Croome. Wm. P., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum.. 
Ellis, A., services as agent at 

300.00 per annum 



Labor Agencies ($1,782.67) 
Gauthier, 



300 00 



300 00 



75 00 



300 00 



I., services as agent 
at 300.00 per annum 300 00 

Winterbourne, J., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum ... 300 00 

Thompson, F. G., services as 

agent at 300.00 per annum. . . 207 67 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 



Salaries ($21,450.00) 

C. H. iSproule: Twelve months' salary as Assistant Treasurer 



C. A. Matthews: 

do 
W. N. Douglas: 

D. R. Mackenzie: 
W. A. P. Byrch: 
N. H. Crow: 

W. W. McKinlay: 
M. Jacques: 
R. Rennie: 
W. G. Mitchell: 
G. J. L. Jones: 
H. €. Phair: 

E. Cosgrove: 
Gordon Harris: 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Clerk and Minister's Secretary, 

Clerk of Estimates , 

Chief Clerk and Accountant..., 

Cashier 

Clerk 



do 

do 

do ; 

do 

do 

do , 

do 

Clerk and Bank Messenger, 
Messenger 



4,000 00 
2,100 00 

200 00 
2,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,450 00 
1,250 00 
1,300 00 
1,250 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,150 00 

850 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 



Contingencies ($10,508.49) 



Bradstreet Co., subscription . . . 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
adding machine, 455.70; in- 
spections, 21.00; supplies, 
1.00 

Callaghan, W. H., services as 
clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, 
charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada Facts Publishing Co., 
copies of Facts 

Canadian Law Book Co., law 
books 



50 00 



477.70 


939 00 


8 02 


25 


3 00 


9 50 



Canadian Legal Publishing Co., 

law lists 6 00 

C.P.R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 17 42 

Carswell Co., Ltd., book 4 50 

Cashier, postage stamps 194 21 

Dales, A. F., services as, mes- 
senger at 1.00 per diem 167 00 

Doane Bros., cab hire 2 00 

Dominion Express Co., charges 1 90 

Elliott-Fisher, Ltd., supplies, 

26.65: cheque machine, 533.00 559 65 
Geddes, W. A., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 399 00 



20 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT —Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 4 25 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps .... 18 30 
Henry, O. B., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 639 00 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 2 77 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 175 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 424.43; directories, 
30.00; blank books, 9.97; 
printing and binding, 1,126.65; 
stationery, 1,359.42; transfer 
cases, 31.25; cheque books, 
1,005.50; typewriter keys, 4.00; 

repairing club bag, 6.00 3,997 22 

Lee, R. E., services as messen- 
ger at 1.00 per diem - 144 00 

Lovell, Jno & Son, book 7 00 

Lucas, Hon. I. B., trav. expenses 180 00 
McAinsh, D. T., & Co., atlas... 3 90 



McKinnon, Mrs. E., services as 

stenographer at 2.00 per diem 160 00 
Macpherson, B. L., services as 
stenographer at 2.33y 3 per 

diem 618 33 

McLeod, J. B., trav. expenses.. 7 50 

Merchants Bank, charges 59 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 35 59 

Poile, M. F., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.33% per diem.. 140 00 
Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 8 00 

Roberts, G. R., postage stamps. . 1,006 90 
Rogers, N., services as clerk at 

2.33y 3 per diem 353 49 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 100 00 
United Typewriter Co., rent of 
typewriter, 21.00; inspections, 

35.00 56 00 

Verral, G. W., cab and auto hire 11 50 



Unpaid Accounts ($373.88) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



373 88 



Succession Duties Branch. 



Salaries ($13,228.82) 

J. B. McLeod: Twelve months' salary as Solicitor under Succession Duties 

Act 3,300 00 

do Assistant Solicitor 2,100 00 

do do 1,452 28 

do Chief Clerk 1,500 00 

do Accountant 1,400 00 

do Stenographer and Piling Clerk. . . 7^0 00 

do Stenographer 650 00 

do do 600 00 

do Actuarial Work 250 00 

do Clerk and Messenger 465 00 

Valuator 761 54 



R. E. M. Meighen: 

A. N. 'Middleton: Ten 

J. iS. Rowland: Twelve 

C. J. Agar: 

V. B. Dowdell: 

G. L. iRonaldson: 

M. Devitt: 

M. A. MaoKenzie: 

A. G. (Smith: 



W. Turner: Five and one-half do 



Contingencies ($3,013.62) 



46 15 



1 00 



7 50 



Baird, J. M., services as clerk at 

1,200 per annum 

Canada Facts Publishing Co., 

copies of Facts 

Canada Legal Publishing Co., 

legal chart and law lists 

Canada Law Publishing Co., law 

books 

Canadian Express Co., charges. 

C.P.R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams 

C. N. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 
Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 

copies of guide 

Carswell Co., law books >. 

Curry, H., services as clerk at 

900.00 per annum 132 69 

Dominion Express Co., charges. 12 90 



30 


75 


6 


10 


2 


58 




70 




50 


8 


00 



G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 14 66 

Heaton's Agency, copy of An- 
nual 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions, stock exchange sheets 
and subscription American 
Financial Review 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamips 

King's Printer, distribution, di- 
rectory, 10.00; paper, 171.53; 
blank books, 7.97; printing 
and binding, 441.20; station- 
ery, 575.42; typewriter sup- 
plies, 2.50 1,208 62 

Lovell, Jno. and Son, book 4 00 



1 00 



6 74 



30 00 
255 00 



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21 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Succession Duties Branch. — Continued. 

Contingencies.— Continued. 



McAinsh, D. T., & Co., atlas... 3 90 

McLeod, J. B., trav. expenses.. 27 35 
Map Specialty Co., mounting 

maps 15 30 

Middleton, A. N., services as 

assistant solicitor at 125.00 

per month 259 61 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 37 50 



Robinson, Heath and Young, 
brokerage and express charges 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 

Turner, W., services as clerk 
and valuator at 125.00 per 
month, 848.02; trav. ex- 
penses, 3.80 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 



Unpaid Accounts ($88.37) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



4 75 
26 50 



851 82 



18 00 



88 37 



Allowance to Consulting Actuary, 1911=12 ($125.00) 

McKenzie, M. A., allowance 125 00 

AUDIT OFFICE. 

Salaries ($18,380.48) 

A. J. Rattray: Twelve months' salary as Chief Clerk and Accountant 2,300 00 

G. A. Brown: do First Class Clerk 2,000 00 

C. O. Brimer: Ten and one-half Second Class Clerk 1,551 32 

T. R. Jennings: Twelve months' salary as Clerk 1,500 00 

W. A. Glockling: do do 1,400 00 

W. H. Hewitt: do do 1,250 00 

F. A. Hicks: do do 1.250 00 

C. G. Gladman : do do 1,200 00 

D.R.Roberts: do do 1,300 00 

J. S. Paul: do do 1,100 00 

J.E.Maclean: do do 1,000 00 

L. J. Leigh: do do 900 00 

W. J. Crawford : do do 850 00 

W. Starratt: do do 700 00 

C. E. O'Reilly: One - do do \ 79 16 



Contingencies ($3,507.92) 



Banting, A. McC., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Brimer, C. O., trav. expenses. . . 
Brown, G. A., trav. expenses. . . 
Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 

inspections and supplies 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Carswell Co., Ltd., law book 

Clancy, J., trav. expenses 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Ellis, F. A., repairing clock .... 
Geddes, W. A., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Henry, O. B., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 

Howarth, A. W., services as 

clerk at 3.00 per diem 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 



405 


00 


20 


45 


22 


75 


13 


45 




25 


7 


50 


23 


55 


1 


25 


2 


00 


540 


00 


300 


00 


441 


00 


45 


00 



King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 233.98; printing and 
binding, 172.74; directory, 
10.00 416 72 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 9 75 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 17 00 

O'Reilly, C. E„ services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 858 00 

Sillifant, M. de B., services as 
clerk at 3.00 per diem 18 00 

Toronto Railway Co., car tickets 19 00 

United Typewriter Co., rental of 

machine 2 25 

Watson, F. M., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 123 00 

Watson, J. B., services as clerk 

at 3.00 per diem 222 00 



Unpaid Accounts ($43.89) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



43 89 



22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT. 

Salaries ($28,812.80) 



S. A. Armstrong: Twelve 

L. H. Irving: 

A. E. Semple: 

F. V. Johns: 

J. B. McLachlan: 

E. V. Donnelly: 

E. Jenkinson: 

F. Costello: • 
J. P. Bickell: 
M. E. Flanagan: 
A. A. Townley: 

G. E. McCuaig: 

E. Cullen: Nine 

E. A. Hinch: Twelve 

H. R. Thomas: 

Harold Allen: 

W. R. Prowse: 

E. M. Willcocks: 

Ruby Predam: 

A. A. Rogers: 

G. C. F. Meredith: 

A. L. Jacob: 

W. B. Livett: 

W. F. Lillico: 

J. N. Medhurst: Six 

John Stanley: Twelve 



months' salary as Assistant Secretary 4,000 00 

do Assistant Registrar 1,400 00 

do Clerk and Minister's Secretary 2,100 00 

do Law Clerk 2,400 00 

do Clerk 1,550 00 

do do 1,600 00 

do do 1,500 00 

do do 1,000 00 

do do 1,200 00 

do do 825 00 

do do 953 80 

do do 750 00 

do do 559 00 

do do 750 00 

do do 400 00 

do do 400 00 

do Stenographer 500 00 

do do 825 00 

do do 750 00 

do do 775 00 

do Clerk and Stenographer 750 00 

do Engrossing Clerk 775 00 

do do 1,000 00 

do Messenger and Caretaker 900 00 

do do 200 00 

do Chief Officer for enforcement of 

Motor Vehicles Act 950 00 



Armstrong, S. A., trav. expenses 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. . . 

Braden, E. H., services as clerk 
at 1.66% per diem 

Brock, W. R. Co., ribbon 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps, etc., 
20.85; chauffeurs* 'badges, per 
contract, 200.00 

Can. Blue Print Co., blue prints 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Law Book Co., law reports, 
magazine and reviews 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists. . 

Can. Multipost Co., stamper 
fixer 

Can. North. Express Co., charges 

Carswell Co., law books 

C.P.R. C'o.'s Tel., telegrams 

Caribonum Co., Ltd., carbon 
paper 

Central Press Agency, composi- 
tion and electros 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guides. . 

Cullen, H., services as clerk at 
14.00 per week 

Cullen, R., services as clerk at 
8.48 per diem 

Defoe, J. C, services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem. . . 

Doane Bros., cab hire 



Contingencies ($24,805.62) 

257 30 Dom. Ex*press Co., charges 52 51 

5 21 Donnelly, E. V., trav. expenses 4 70 
Donnelly, L., services as messen- 

265 50 ger at 1.00 per diem 41 00 

217 36 Field ; Love & House, type- 
writer 101 25 

Foy, iM., services as clerk at 1.92 

220 85 per diem 153 60 

86 Frowde, Hy., book 1 00 

33 20 Geol. Survey of Ohio, copies of 

bulletin 2 25 

1 50 G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 47 22 

Green, Mrs. B., services as clerk 

73 75 at 5.50 per diem » 60 67 

12 00 Harbord, F. W. stamp 3 00 

Hartz, J. F. Co., Ltd., book 7 00 

15 00 House Postmaster, unpaid post- 

3 05 age 44 22 

32 00 Hustwitt, A. S. Co., stationery. 101 50 

37 07 Kenfi eld-Leach Co., books 13 10 

Key Pub. Co., books 6 00 

18 00 Kift, H., services as clerk at 

8.48 per diem 93 37 

16 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

2 00 printing and binding, 3,134.96; 

stationery, 376.46; directories, 
45 00 30.00; paper, 188.20; blank 

books, 24.06 3,753 68 

93 37 King, P. S. & Son., books 7 41 

Library Bureau of Canada, fil- 
523 82 ing cards, steel signals, and 

1 00 folders 386 18 



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23 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT,— Continued. 



Livett, J. C, services as clerk 
at .2.33% per diem 

McDonald Mfg. Co., auto mark- 
ers, signs, etc 

McAinsh, D. T., & Co., atlas . . 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

MacMillan Co., books 

Madison, Cooper Co., books .... 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
book 

Might Directories, Ltd., address- 
ing envelopes , 

Mill, J. P., repairing clock 

Multigraph Sales Co., supplies. . 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery, etc 

National Typewriter Co., eyelet 
machine and eyelets 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, cyclo re- 
newal pages 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Peerless Carbon & Ribbon Mfg. 
Co., carbon paper 

Plumb, A. iS., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

Poole, A., & Co., law books, re- 
ports, etc 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
249 67 spections, 22.00; supplies, 

20c. ; typewriter, 74.75 

12,435 93 Rolph & Clark, Ltd., blank forms 

7 80 Schumer, C, services as clerk 

2,150 00 at 8.48 per diem 

1 25 Semple, A. E., trav. expenses . . 

3 00 Shelley, F., services as clerk at 

2.33% per diem, 144.00; ser- 
1 80 vices at 8.90 1-10 per diem, 

98.00 

20 94 Smith, C\, services as clerk at 

75 2.33y 3 per diem 

36 29 Stanton. O. B., & Wilson Co., 
Ltd., repairing fountain pen. . 
940 05 Superior Mfg. Co., Ltd., chauff- 
eurs badges 

7 00 Tarling, C, & Co., maps 

Taxicabs, Ltd., auto hire 

10 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 

Toronto Taxi Cab & Garage Co., 

177 30 auto hire 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

4 50 tions, 12.00; supplies, 23.15... 
y Williams, R. M., engrossing 

767 50 Wilson, W., livery hire 

Workmen's Compensation and 
13 00 Publicity Bureau, books 



96 
232 


95 
25 


93 

7 


37 
60 


252 


0G 


368 


67 


2 


75 


5 
10 

65 


25 

00 
70 
00 


29 


9a 


35 
4 

7 


15 

50 
25 



14 00 



Unpaid Accounts ($244.32) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding, 18.26; stationery, 70.72; 
paper, 155.34 



244 32 



Constables for enforcement, Motor Vehicles Act ($1,144.74) 



Broddy, Geo., services as con- 
stable at 2.50 per diem, 90.00; 
trav. expenses, 13.15 103 15 

Daniels, A. E., services as con- 
stable at 2.50 per diem 100 00 

Kavanagh, W. H., services as 
constable at 2.50 per diem, 
107.50; trav. expenses, 26.69. 134 19 

La Salle, Allan, services as con- 
stable at 2.50 per diem, 100.00; 
trav. expenses, 15.50 115 50 

McConkey, R., services as con- 
stable at 2.50 per diem 97 50 



McDonald, H., services z.s con- 
stable at 2.50 per diem 

Patton, W., services as constable 
at 2.50 per diem, 62.50; trav. 
expenses, 2.85 

Simpson, Geo., services as corn- 
stable at 2.50 per diem, 107.50; 
trav. expenses, 43.05 

Stanley, Jno., rent of stop watch 

Storie, A. E., trav. expenses... 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 

Whiteside, A., services as con- 
stable at 2.50 per diem, 105.00; 
trav. expenses, 84.50 ... 



105 00 



65 35 



150 55 

6 00 

26 00 

52 00 



189 5a 



Inspection Public Institutions 



Salaries ($35,913.98) 

W. W. Dunlop: Eleven and one-fourth months' salary as Inspector of Asylums. . 2,230 Oft 
Dr. R. W. Bruce Smith: Twelve do Inspector of Hospitals and 

Charities 2.800 00 

E. R. Rogers: do Inspector of Asylums and 

Prisons 2,900 00 

Helen McMurchy: do Inspector Feeble-minded . . . 2,400 00 

S. E. Todd: do Farm Director 2,700 00 

W. W. Dunlop: Three-fourths do Chief Accountant 140 58 



24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Inspection Public Institutions.— Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 



G. M. Willoughby: 
F. M. Nicholson: 
I. R. Aikens: 
W. J. Savage: 
F. C. Williams: 
J. O. Anderson: 
D. Finlayson: 

D. H. Burritt: 
James Lonergan: 
Wm. Miller: 

E. C. Jury: 
E. iHaskayne: 
A. A. Jordan: 
M. Hedley: 
Frances Gardiner: 
E. Boyd: 
Pauline Patton: 
W. Murdoch: 

E. R. Boggis: 
O. McPhail: 
Florence Duncan: 
Gladys E. Robertson: 
K. Osborne: 
Chas. Hill: 
K. Shannon: 



Eleven months' salary as 



Twelve 



One 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Ten and two-thirds 
Twelve months' 
do 



Five 
Twelve 



Eight 
Twelve 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Law Clerk 1,650 00 

Clerk 1,650 00 

do 1,700 00 

do 1,500 00 

do 1,650 00 

do 1,500 00 

do 104 00 

do 893 89 

do 1,091 19 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Clerk and Stenographer 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Messenger 600 00 

Clerk and Stenographer 650 00 



722 32 
950 00 
650 00 
291 00 
775 00 
650 00 
775 00 
775 00 
750 00 
750 00 
700 00 
750 00 
750 00 
466 00 



Aikens, I. R., trav. expenses... 

American Prison Assn., copy of 
proceedings 

Ault & Wiborg, multigraph sup- 
plies 

Bell, A. P., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem 

Blea, W., services as clerk at 
2.75 per diem 

Britnell, Albert, book 

Burritt, D. H., services as clerk 
at 3.00 per diem 

Burroughs' Adding Machine Co., 
inspections, 16.25; supplies, 
17.00 

Cairns, B„ rubber stamps and 
pads 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal chart 
and law lists 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . . 

Carl, A. H., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guides. 

Collector of Customs, duty 
charges 

Doane Bros., cab hire 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Dunlop, W. W., trav. expenses . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., boxes 

Felt & Tarrant Mfg. Co., compto- 
meter 



Contingencies ($10,352.47) 

51 55 Gill & Long, auto hire 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

. 3 00 G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps, etc. 
24 00 Hartz, J F., Co., Ltd., book and 

chemicals 

108 00 Haskayne, E., trav. expenses... 

Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., mount- 

852 50 ing maps 

1 60 Hill, E., services as clerk at 

2.50 per diem 

99 00 Hoskin, A., services as clerk at 

2.00 per diem 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
33 25 age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
Hustwitt, A. S., Co., carbon 

paper 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., book and 

chemicals 

Jones, C. G., services as law 

clerk at 900.00 per annum 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 583.95; printing 
and binding, 906.73; directory, 
10.00; paper, 57.06; engrav- 
ings, 10.75; pass cases, 3.75; 

binders, 9.60 

Longstaffe, E., luncheons for 
superintendents of hospitals. 
Library Bureau of Canada, sup- 
275 00 plies 



3 


80 


23 


70 


4 


50 


53 


60 


154 


00 




50 




20 


5 


50 


8 


76 


295 


39 


1 


75 



10 50 

1 30 

22 57 

20 20 


9 

8 


51 
00 


3 


25 


743 


00 


14 


00 


14 76 
700 00 


7 


00 


13 


49 


548 


08 



1,581 84 
13 50 
97 50 



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CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Inspection Public Institutions. — Continued. 



McAinsh, D. T., & Co., books. . . 

McGlashan, A. M., services as 
clerk and stenographer at 2.00 
per diem 

MdPhail, 0., trav. expenses 

MacMillan Co., book 

MadMurchy, Dr. Helen, trav. ex- 
penses 

Madison Cooper Co., book 

Masters, G. A., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Musson Book Co., stationery... 

Mutual Stationery Co., forms.. 

Newsome, W. B., legal forms. . . 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Nicholson, F. M., trav. expenses 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., repair- 
ing truck 

Ontario Directory and iMap Co., 
map 

Planet Bicycle Co., repairing 
bicycles 

Porte, E., services as clerk and 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem 

Porter, E. A., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

6 25 spection, 97.00 ; supplies, 24.75 ; 

typewriter, 64.23 185 98 

Robertson, G. E., trav. expenses 41 85 

346 00 Rogers, E. R., trav. expenses... 137 90 

14 00 Rolph, Clark €o., lithographing 40 00 
1 25 (Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., hooks, 

wire, cotton, etc 7 81 

206 54 Simser, P., cab hire 4 00 

3 00 Smedley, E„ book 1 25 

Smith, R. W. Bruce, trav. ex- 

312 00 penses 546 65 

278 42 St. Catharines Cold Storage & 

3 25 Forwarding Co., trays 2 00 

5 65 Todd, S. E., trav. expenses 647 66 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 110 00 
70 54 Toronto Type Foundry Co., pad- 

14 00 ding cement 3 00 

Trusler, W. A., services as clerk 

7 30 at 2.33V 3 per diem, 88.67; 

trav. expenses, 29.70 118 37 

8 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

tions 12 00 

8 75 Vrooman, F. S., trav. expenses. 44 60 

Williams, F. C, trav. expenses. . 290 15 
264 00 Willoughby, G. M., services as 

law clerk at 1,800.00 per 
564 00 annum, 150.00; trav. expenses, 

88.20 238 20 



Unpaid Accounts ($159.20) 
King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding, 14.33; paper, 144.87 159 20 



Special Investigations ($3,989.80) 



Jackson, J. W., services at 3.25 
per diem, 1,017.25; trav. ex- 
penses, 864.94 1,882 19 

Shaw, J. M., services at 1,200.00 



per annum, 1,180.33; trav. 

expenses, 898.73 2,079 06 

Willoughby, G. M., trav. exps... 28 55 



Deportation of Undesirable Immigrants ($339.61) 



Barry, Jno., services as inter- 
preter 

C. P. Ry. Co., fares of immi- 
grants 

Deputy Minister of the Interior, 
expenses re Jacob Benozuk, 
60.00; J. P. Chomink and G. 
Vladishaw, 82.53 

G. T. Ry., fare of immigrant . . 

Gurofsky, Louis, expenses re A. 
H. Cornelius 



2 50 



54 38 



142 53 
6 20 

37 90 



Harris, W., conduct money 2 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 

paper 4 10 

Langer, A., services as inter- 
preter 1 50 

Middleton, J. T., services as in- 
terpreter 1 00 

Pearlman, Max, services as in- 
terpreter 84 00 

Yarosh, A. A., services as inter- 
preter 3 50 



License Branch. 

Salaries ($13,300.00) 

Eudo Saunders: Twelve months' salary as Chief Officer 3,300 00 

J.W.Gordon: do Provincial Inspector 2,000 00 

J. F. Mowat: do Chief Clerk and Accountant 2,200 00 

S. J. Crosby: do Clerk 1,350 00 



26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued, 



License Branch, — Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 

W. Salisbury: Twelve months' salary as Clerk 1,300 00 

J. F. Monkman : do do 1,150 00 

E. C. Hoag: do Clerk and Stenographer 750 00 

A.Baker: do do do 650 00 

F. C. Clarke: do Clerk and Messenger 600 00 



Stationery, Postage and Contingencies ($1,587.79) 



Can. Express Co., charges 9 30 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 

" Facts " 1 00 

Can. Law Book Co., law journal, 

etc 6 00 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal chart 

and law list 4 50 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Carswell Co., Ltd., law reports, 
binding, etc 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., guides.. 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Gordon, J. W., trav. expenses.. 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 

Gripton, C, stamp and ink 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 4 96 





40 


13 


38 


26 


25 




50 


12 


50 


797 


25 


12 


94 


7 


80 



Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution: 
printing and binding, 40.28; 
stationery, 273.98; blank 
books, 28.35; atlas, 3.90; direc- 
tory, 10.00; transfer cases, 
12.00; duplicator, 20.00; paper, 
13.80 

Library Bureau of Canada, 
folders 

Lovell, J., & Son, book 

McAinsh, D. T„ & Co., book 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery, etc 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections, 3.00; supplies* 1.95. 



150 00 



402 31 

3 75 

4 00 
2 00 

101 50 

22 50 

4 95 



J. W. S. McCullough 
S. J. Manchester: 
J. McGill Ridley: 
C. S. Horrocks: 
Henry Barron: 
Frank Jones: 
E. G. Smith: 
W. Flint Jones: 
G. W. Jones: 
J. H. Latimer: 
G. H. Johnston: 
A. E. Belcher: 
M. Ryan: 
G. M. Clapp: 
H. J. Scobie: 

0. G. Clarke: 

1. L. Hoag: 
A. Ward: 



Registrar General's Branch. 

Salaries ($19,828.75) 

Twelve months' salary as Deputy Registrar-Ceneral 3,750 00 

do Chief Clerk 1,550 00 

do Clerk 1,300 00 

do do -1,350 00 

do do ■ 1,200 00 

do do 1,000 00 

do do 1,150 00 

do do 1,250 00 

do do 1,200 00 

do do 1,150 00 

do do 900 00 

do do 1,150 00 

One do do 47 00 

Ten and one-half do 528 75 

Twelve months' Stenographer 750 00 

do (Messenger 850 00 

iSix do Marriage License Clerk 403 00 

do Clerk 300 00 



Art Metropole, supplies 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. 

inspections 

City Storage Co., cartage 

Clapp, G. M., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. ISf. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 



Contingencies ($5,608.72) 

1 91 Harbord, F. W., stamps and 

supplies 

12 50 Hartz & Co., gasoline 

1 50 House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

7'4 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

85 printing and binding, 1,768.41; 

77 stationery, 992.73; directory, 



3 75 
35 

8 53 



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27 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Registrar General's Branch. — Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



10.00; paper, 716.25; number- 
ing machine, 7.00 

Library Bureau of Canada, 

guides and folders 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 
Manchester, S. J., trav. expenses 
Musson Book Co., stationery... 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., folders 
Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections, 33.00; supplies, 
18.50; typewriter, 119.25 



3,494 


39 


38 


05 


225 


oo 


80 JL0 


376 


93 


5 


00 



170 75 



Stokes, G., services as clerk at 
2.00 per diem 

Sumner, E. S., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

United Typewriter 'Co., inspec- 
tions, 15.00; supplies, 3.50.. 

Ward, A., services as clerk at 
1.75 per diem 

Williams, P. A., services as 
clerk at 2.66% per diem . . 



Clarkson, J. D. . . . 
Crann, G. P. 

Deacon, F 

Fletcher, Mrs. P. 

Gaulthier, D 

Guerin, J 

Haight, W. T. ... 
Herbert, T. A. . 

Hoath, B 

Jeffkins, J 



District Registrars' Fees ($02.00) 



4 00 

2 40 
1 60 

8 20 
1 20 

11 80 

9 40 

3 00 

5 00 
1 60 



Jordan, Mrs. Wm. 

Kelcey, E, H, 

La France, O 

Leach, R. H 

Paisley, S 

Reid, Geo. 

Rumley, J. J 

iRumsey, Wm 

Warnidge, Chas. . . . 



304 00 



66 


00 


5 


00 


18 


50 


3 


50 


717' 


34 


5 


40 


5 


00 


4 


20 


3 


40 


6 


60 


3 


20 


2 


40 


10 


80 


2 


80 



Provincial Board of Health. 

Salaries ($20,479.42) 

Adam H. Wright: Allowance as Chairman 700 00 

H. R. Casgrain: do Member of Board 300 00 

T. E. Kaiser: do do 300 00 

W. H. Howey: do do 300 00 

A. A. Weagant: do do 300 00 

James Roberts: do do 300 00 

J. W. S. McCullough: do do 300 00 

R.W.Bell: Twelve months' salary as Medical Inspector 2,650 00 

J. A. Amyot: do Provincial Analyst in charge of 

Laboratory 2,650 00 

H. M. Lancaster: do Provincial Chemist 1,800 00 

G. B. Lindsay: do Chief Clerk 1,400 00 

Geo. J. Wanless: do Clerk 1,100 00 

M. Power : do do 775 00 

J. Benning: do Stenographer 750 00 

O.M.Lindsay: do do 700 00 

W. Fenton: do Laboratory Clerk 779 16 

Geo. E. Young: do Sanitary Inspector 1,400 00 

F. W. Schofield: do Assistant Bacteriologist 1,200 00 

W. J. Fawcett: iSeven do Assistant Chemist 583 33 

F. A. Dallyn: Twelve do Provincial Sanitary Engineer 1,900 00 

L. Morphy: Six do Stenographer 29193 

Contingencies ($8,963.62.) 

Academy of Medicine, fees .... 10 00 American Water Works Associa- 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., tion, fees 10 00 

hardware 34 09 Art Metropole, tacks 32 

Allan, John, food for animals 80 05 Beaver Flint Glass Co., culture- 
Allen, E. G., & Son, books 41 05 tubes and bottles 91 45 

American Public Health As- Bell Telephone Co., messages. . 55 

sociation, fees 5 00 



28 



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No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.-Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Brady, Mrs. A. B., laundrying, 
100.15; supplies, 8.26 

Cairns, B., stamps and supplies 

Campion, T. W., rabbits and 
white mice 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

Canada Facts Publishing Co., 
copies of "Facts'" 

Canada Medical Association, 
fees 

Can. Medical Protective Ass'n. 
fees 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

Canada Public Health Associa- 
tion, fees 

C. P. R. Co.'s ,Tel., telegram.. 

Casgrain, Dr. H. R., trav. ex- 
penses 

Chicago Medical Book Co., books 

Clayton Meat Co., meat 

College of Physicians and Sur- 
geons^ fees 

Crerar, Jno., library catalogue 
cards 

Cuthbert, S., services as clerk 
at 1.25 per diem 

Defries, R. D., services as as- 
sistant bacteriologist at 3.25 
per diem 

Department of Agriculture, Ot- 
tawa, patent fees 

De Laporte, H., services as 
stenographer at 2.00 per diem 

DIetzgen Engraving Co., seal . . 

Dominion Canners,' Ltd., guinea 
pigs 

Dominion Carbonic Gas Co., 



gas 



Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Dom. Glass Co., bottles 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Co., re- 
pairs 

Duke, E. W., carrots 

Engineer Magazine Co., books 

Field, Love & House, carbon 
paper 

G. T. R. System, freight char- 
ges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams. . 

Hartz, J. F., Co., books 

Helliwell, C. H., auto service 

Howey, Dr., "W. H., trav. ex- 
penses 

Ingram & Bell, medical sup- 
plies 

Jones & Moore Electric Co., re- 
pairing motor 

Kaiser, Dr., T. E., trav. expen- 



ses 



108 41 

6 15 

7 50 
10 80 

6 00 

5 00 
3 00 
2 95 

6 00 
35 89 

159 12 

7 00 
50 

6 00 

16 44 

391 25 

172 25 

2 85 

98 00 
1 00 

14 85 

3 75 
18 75 

. 49 50 

1 00 
31 50 

41 00 

3 00 

4 93 
23 91 

211 62 

2 00 

124 65 

1,354 58 

41 92 

55 95 



King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage, 50c.; directories, 
20.00; paper, 55.07; atlas, 
3.90; tracing linen, 7.44; sta- 
tionery, 399.21; printing and 
binding, 537.33; seed bags, 
4.00 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., ice 

Leitz, E., haemocytometer 

Library Bureau of Canada, in- 
dex cards and guides 

Library of Congress, catalogue 
cards 

Long, A. E., & Co., label boxes 

Lyman Bros., & Co., chemicals 

McAinsh, D. T., & Co., (books.. 

(MdCullough, Dr. J. W. 'S., trav. 
expenses 

McGillian, Jno. carrots 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

MacMillan Co., Ltd., books . . 

Merritt, Geo., rabbits 

Mezen, F. D., vaccine) tubes.. 

Micklethwaite, F. W., photo 
supplies 

Miller, L. E., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 

Miller Mfg. Co., laboratory coat 
and frock 

Moir & Warren, cards 

Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tion 

Morrison, Hugh, services as 
clerk at 3.50 per diem 

Mosby, C. V., Medical Book & 
Publishing Co., books 

Muiir Bros., rabbit-hutches . . 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 



ery 



National Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairs, supplies, etc 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Ontario Rubber Co., finger cots 
and tubing 

O'Sullivan, Dr. Paul, services as 
assistant bacteriologist at 
2.30-10/13 per diem 

Potter, Chas., carbons 

Publishers' Association of Can- 
ada, subscription "Canada and 
its Provinces" 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo sup- 
plies 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 

Renouf Pub. Co., book 

Richard Bros., copper boxes . . 



1,027 45 
30 00 
11 U 

52 63 

42 48 
55 50 

6 65 
78 00 

694 41 
148 00 
365 00 

8 00 

1 20 
4 50 

2 32 

134 00 

6 00 
39 75 

1 00 

1,095 50 

9 00 

43 95 

211 25 

4 00 

110 77 

17 91 



242 30 
50 



72 00 



8 


08 


2 


00 


11 


00 


1 


00 


5 


00 



191314 



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2U 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 



Contingencies.— Continued. 



Roberts, Dr., Jas., trav. ex- 
penses 64 95 

Rye, Jno., services as messenger 

at 1.25 per diem 81 25 

Schofield, F. W., trav. expenses 32 75 
Standard Embossing Co., engrav- 
ing plate 12 00 

Staughton, Wim., food for ani- 
mals 85 50 

Stewart, Jas., containers 30 00 

Students' Book Dept , books . 206 15 
Superintendent of Documents, 

Washington, reports 33 75 

Taylor, Jno. P., chemicals 2 73 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., brok- 
erage and duty charges 16 75 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

electric current 13 68 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 30 00 
Toronto Taxicab &' Garage Co., 

taxicab services 3 80 



Tyrrell, Wm, & Co., cards . . 

Union Paper Co., mailing cases 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 28.00; supplies, .30.. 

University of Toronto, Dept. of 
Hygiene, fee and diploma, 
120.00; guinea pigs, 25.00; 
chemicals, 1.00 

Van Nostrand, D., Co., book®. . 

Verral, G. W., auto hire 

Weagant, Dr. A. A., trav. ex- 
penses 

Weder Mfg. Co., appliances . . 

Williams, C. B., lumber 

Wood, Wm., & Co., books 

Wright, Dr., Adam H., trav. 
expenses . .^ 

Wrought Iron Range Co., 
boilers, etc 



1 00 
45 16 

28 30 



146 


00 


12 


00 


5 


50 


119 


65 


6 


30 


79 


40 


8 


75 



*Note. — No audit by Audit Office. See R.S.O., 191-i, cap. 218, sec. 125, sub-sec. 



40 90 



13 50 



.— J. G. 
A. 



Unpaid Accounts ($1,172.01) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery, 44.25; paper, 1,127.76 



1,172 01 



Casgrain, H. R. 
Howey, W. H. 
Kaiser, Thos. E. 



Expenses, re Board^Meeting held in October, 1913 ($450.00) 

75 00 iMeCullough, J. W. S. 

75 00 Roberts, James 

75 00 Weagant, A. A 



75 00 
75 00 
75 00 



Sewage and water Investigations, including equipment and analysis of sewage ($9,281.76) £ 



American Water Works Associa- 
tion, copies of proceedings .... 

Amyot, Dr. J. A., trav. expenses 

Avery, C. R., services as assist- 
ant engineer at 3.25 per diem 

Benson, W. H., plumbing, etc... 

Berland, E., apparatus 

Boeckh Bros. Co., flue brushes.. 

Brady, Mrs. mop 

Brimstin, E. A., Co., keys .... 

Brookfield, Geo., food for 
animals 

Brown, Louis, photos 

Burns, P., & Co., coal, 40 tons 
egg at 7.50 

Candler, W„ Co., castings, coup- 
lings and bolts 

Clerk of Board of Supervisors, 
San Francisco, iCal., copy of 
report 

Colonial Dry Goods Co., cheese 
cloth 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 



25 


00 


108 


25 


,017 


85 


'212 


19 


233 


90 


3 


00 




20 


1 


35 


72 


26 


2 


00 


300 


00 


3 


75 



3 50 

50 
132 86 



Dallyn, F. A., trav. expenses. . . . 

Defries, Dr. R. D., services as 
assistant bacteriologist at 3.25 
per diem, 504.35; trav. ex- 
penses, 171.48 

DeLaporte, A. V., services as 
assistant chemist alt 3.25 per 
diem, 1,017.85; accountable, 
200.00 

Dennison, E., services attending 
furnace at 3.00 per week 

Dietzgen, E., Co., blue prints and 
tacks 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eimer & Amend, platinum cru- 
cible and appliances 

Electric Lamp Co., lamps 

Engineering 'Magazine Co., book 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

Haines, G. W., services as janitor 
at 2.25 per diem 

Hartz, J. F., Co., water still, 
chemicals, etc 



483 94 



675 83 



1,217 


85 


48 


00 


1 
2 


30 
20 


73 

16 

3 

2 


68 
80 
00 
34 


704 


25 


212 


41 



30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 

Sewage and water Investigations, including equipment and analysis of sewage.— Continued. 



113 


19 


11 


30 


24 


59 


54 


15 


23 


41 


1 


50 


12 


50 


43 


25 


4 


00 



Ivory, Jas., plumbing, tinsmith- 
ing, etc 80 97 

Jones & Moore Electric Co., elec- 
tric apparatus, wiring, etc. . . . 

Knox, Patterson, blacksmithing 

Lake, W. H., hardware, paints, 
oils, etc 

Lancaster, H. M., trav. expenses 

Lyman Bros. & Co., chemicals . . 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

Menzies, F. D., plumbers' sup- 
plies 

Mezen, P. D., apparatus 

.Morrison, G. E., photos 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
force pump, gauge glasses, etc. 30 16 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 84 

Northam, J. iL., services re dis- 
infection of sewage, 58.75; let- 
tering and figuring linen 
drawings, 18.15 76 90 

Orpen Co., Ltd., labor and 
material re experimental 
plant 273 85 

Parkinson, N. F., services as 
assistant engineer at 3.25 per 
diem 741 60 



Pease Heating Co., Ltd., shaker- 
rod and grate bar 

Pyne, "Mrs. M., appliances 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 

Roberts, F. G., & Co., painting 
roof and walls 

Robertson, C IS., services as 
assistant engineer at 3.25 per 
diem 

Rous, C. C, electrical services.. 

Sand & Supplies, Ltd., sand... 

Sergeant, E. H., & (Co., bottles 
and jars 

Shepherd, J., services of carpen- 
ters at 50c. per hour, 167.75; 
services of helpers at 40c. per 
hour, 39.40; hardware sun- 
dries, 3.91 

Students' Book Depart., book.. 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., duty 
and brokerage charges 

Thompson, S., services of coop- 
ers at 50c. per hour 

Toronto Electric Light Co., 
power, 198.25; light, 122.29; 
supplies, 10.83 

Toronto, City of, water 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 

Young & Co., lumber 



4 65 

16 74 

1 25 

170 00 



741 60 

5 00 

31 20 

11 67 



211 06 
14 60 

76 33 

24 75 



331 37 

521 43 

5 00 

64 69 



*Note. — No audit by Audit Office. See R.8.O., 191J,, cap. 218, sec. 125, sub-sec. 2. — J. C. 

A. 



Tuberculosis Exhibit, etc. ($3,484.21) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., car- 
riage bolts 10 

Burroughes, F. C, Furniture 

Co., desk chair, etc 12 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 360 17 

Can. Film Co., film reels 1 50 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 

asbestos portable booths .... 86 00 

Can. Northern Ex. Co., charges 51 05 
Can. Northern Ontario Ry. Co., 

freight charges 3 12 

City Storage, Ltd., cartage 38 35 

Commercial Trunk & Sample 

Case Co., trunk 75 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 350 44 

Eaton, T., Co., dolls 14 60 

Edison, Thos. A., film, kineto- 

graph supplies 191 20 

Essanay Film Mfg. Co., films.. 203 45 

General Film Co., supplies 1 50 



Globe Printing Co., advertising 

Harris, E., Co., enamel, etc 

Hartz, J. F., Co., chemicals 

Jones, E. H., services as attend- 
ant at 3.00 per diem, 939.00; * 
trav. expenses, 783.00 1 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Macbeth, R. A., electrical sup- 
plies, lamps, etc 

(Mackenzie & Co., mounting ind 
framing photos 

Porter, Dr. G. D., services as 
lecturer at 10.00 per lecture. . 

Potter, Chas., slides, carbon, 
fabric lamp, and repairs 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., duty ex- 
press and brokerage charges 

Turner, J. J., & (Sons, rent of 
tent, etc 



25 
1 
4 


00 
80 
25 


,722 


00 


1 


40 


11 


23 


32 


50 


100 


00 


40 % 


104 


35 


52 


25 



Maintenance and hire of Automobile ($163.19) 



Cutten & Foster, auto supplies. 4 25 

Harris, E., Co., paint, oils, etc.. 5 40 



Morrison, H. J., auto repairs and 
supplies 



16 75 



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31 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 
Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 



Maintenance and hire of Automobile.— Continued. 



Parkdale Garage, auto supplies 

and repairs 117 61 

Sorauren Ave. Garage, auto sup- 



plies and repairs 

Visick, A. K. C, repairing car.. 



17 61 
1 57 



Public Health Exhibit ($1,940.93) 



Calkins Studios, mechanical 
models, booth, etc 591 50 

Can. General Electric Co., sol- 
dering irons and motor .... 56 50 

Can. National Exhibition, elec- 
tric power 89 v 20 

Cox & Andrews, repairing sign, 
electric lamps, sign and cards 50 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., flags, pen- 
nants, ladder, burlap, brooms, 
etc 231 77' 

Educational Exhibition Co., lan- 
tern slides 19 75 

Ewen, Jno. plumbing 670 

Farmer Bros., lantern slide 150 

Garcia, Alvin, photo 6 00 

Imperial Trunk & Leather Goods 

Co., travelling bag 15 00 

Jackson, Potts & Co., customs, 
brokerage and cartage char- 
ges 20 23 

Jones, Geo. W., services as 

watchman at 50c. per hour . . 59 00 

Knothe, G., lantern slides 2 50 

Lawson, A., services as watch- 
man at Exhibition at 2.00 per 
diem 24 00 

Lawson, D., services as watch- 
man at Exhibition at 2.00 per 
diem 24 00 

McCullough, A. J., services as 
assistant at Exhibition at 2.00 
per diem 24 00 

Mail and Empire, advertising. . 25 00 

News Pub. Co., advertising . . 25 CO 



Northam, J. L., diagrams of 
farmyard wells, 25.00; water 
color sketches, 75.00 

Ormsby, A. B., Co., repairing 
pump 

Parkdale Garage, gasoline and 
repairs 

Potter, Clhas., carbons and 
cement 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 

Reid, W., painting and carpen^ 
tering 

Rippon Mfg. Co., advertising 
buttons 

Royal Insurance Co., premium 
on exhibit 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., cotton 
ceilings and tinting at ex- 
hibition 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., duty 
and brokerage charges 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Turner, J. J., & Sons,- storage, 
hauling and putting in new 
ventilators 

Union Features of Canada, cir- 
culation of blood film 

Visick, A. K. C, auto repairs 
and supplies 

Wanless, J. M., services attend- 
ing exhibition at 2.50 per diem 

Winsor, J. R., services as watch- 
man at 2.50 per diem 



100 


00 


2 


00 


15 


15 


1 


05 


3 


70 


173 


60 


S5 


00 


3 


00 



71 25 



3 

25 
10 


53 
00 
00 


15 


00 


50 00 


47 


60 


30 


00 


42 


50 



Outbreak of communicable diseases and sanitary investigations ($4,605.11) 



Abey, H., livery hire 2 00 

Baker, Dr., Jas. A., medical ser- 
vices at 20.00 per diem, 60.00; 
expenses at Wikwemikong re 
smallpox, 19.00 79 00 

Beatty & Baker, Drs., medical 
services and medicine, Pellatt 
Tp., re diphtheria 120 10 

Bessaw, E., services and ex- 
penses in Walford re smallpox 25 00 

Bell, Dr. R. W., trav. expenses 280 60 

Campbell, D. A., livery hire, 
Potts Tp., re smallpox 15 00 

Campbell, K. D., trav. expenses 
at Mine Centre, 14.95; ser- 
vices as constable, Miscamp- 



bell Tp., at 2.50 per diem, 

15.00; supplies, 5.20 35 15 

Davies, Dr. R. W., medical ser- 
vices at Mindemoya re scarlet 
fever 22 00 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Co., acid 
repair kit and rubber Ill 93 

Ethier, P., removing dead dog 
from river at Byng Inlet . . 2 50 

Flaherty, Dr., T. F., medical ser- 
vices, Walford Tp 10 00 

Fitzgerald, Dr. J. C, Pasteur 

treatment at 20.00 per patient 200 00 

Grummet, Wm„ services as quar- 
antine officer at 2.00 per diem, 
re smallpox, Miscampbell Tp. 62 00 



32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 

Provincial Board of Health.— Continued. 

Outbreak of communicable diseases and sanitary investigations.— Continued. 



Hartz, J. F. Co., vaccine cap- 
sules 

Hughes, Geo. W., services as 
quarantine officer at 2.50 per 
diem re smallpox, Potts Tp. 

Johnson's Pharmacy, chemicals, 
re smallpox at camps, Ken- 
ora district 

Johnston, Dr. H. W., medical 
services and expenses, re 
smallpox, Miscampbell Tp. . . 

Jones, Dr. G. F., medical atten- 
dance and drugs, re diphtheria 
at lEspanola 

Kelly & Co., provisions and 
groceries 

Kenora Ice 'Co., livery hire at 
camps, Kenora district, re 
smallpox 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 457.13; printing and 
binding, 1,585.93 

Lawrence, Ltd., drugs 

Lawson, D., services as helper 
at 2.00 per diem 

Mackay Bros., & Co., overalls 
and gloves, re isolation at 
Searehmont for smallpox 

Mackay, J. T., services as police 
magistrate at 5.00 per diem, 
re smallpox at Searehmont, 
10.00; trav. expenses, 1.90.. 

Mason, Dr. W. R., medical ser- 
vices, re inspection for ty- 
phoid 

McCaig, Dr. A. S., medical ser- 
vices 



14 


50 


72 


50 


4 


80 


52 


50 


30 


00 


17 


23 



3 00 

2,043 06 
12 85 

16 00 
3 50 

11 90 

10 00 
41 90 



McComb, J. C, supplies, re diph- 
theria at Espanola 

Mieklethwaite, F. W., photo 
prints, etc 

Moore, R. K., provisions and 
groceries 

O'Connor, C, services as special 
constable at 2.50 per diem, 
re smallpox at Searehmont, 
102.50; board at 1.00 per diem, 
41.00; trav. expenses, 1.90 .. 

O'Sullivan, P., trav. expenses, 
re smallpox at Walford and 
diphtheria at Orillia 

Rodden, R., provisions for fam- 
ily isolated at Searehmont . . 

Roen, O. B., teaming, re small- 
pox, Potts Tp 

Schieffelin & Co., vaccine, re 
smallpox at Walford and 
Spanish River 

Shamess, C, & Bro., provisions 

Simpson, W., trav. expenses, re 
smallpox, Umbach Tp 

Spence, Dr. J., estate of, medi- 
cal services, re diphtheria at 
Nestonville 

Stratton Tel. Co., messages . . 

Thornton, F., supplies re small- 
pox, Walford 

University of Toronto, pasteur 
treatment 

Whelan, R. P., supplies, re 
smallpox at Walford 

Wood, W. L., vaccine points.. 

Young, Geo. E., trav. expenses 



18 32 

3 03 

16 79 

145 40 



6 


75 


16 


57 


20 


00 


13 
6 


00 
04 



8 00 



*Note.—No audit by Audit Office. See R.S.O., 191 J h cap. 218, sec. 125, sub-sec. 2. 



50 
1 


00 
00 


8 


40 


140 


00 


13 

18 

821 


66 
00 
13 


—J. 
A 


C, 



Neglected Children's Branch. 

Salaries ($9,951.52) - 

J. J. Kelso: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent and Inspector 2,500 00 

Wm. O'Connor: do Inspector 1,900 00 

J. Kirk: do Children's Visitor 700 00 

J. A. Blak^y: do Clerk and Accountant 1,350 00 

L. iMdMahon: do Clerk 775 00 

M. Wingate: do do 750 00 

V. Carscadden : do do 600 00 

M. B. Finlay: do Stenographer 650 00 

F. Rhind: do do 600 00 

Alma Grosse: One do do 63 26 

John Longmoor: do Children's Caretaker €3 28 

Contingencies ($3,994.36) 

Blakey, J. A., trav. expenses... 27 45 Brown, E. B., legal services, re 

Boomer, Geo. A., examination Culin case 1 32 

fees 144 Cairns, B., date stamps 3 00 



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33 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S DEPARTMENT.— Continued. 



Neglected Children's Branch.— Continued. 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
"Facts" 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . 

Dom Express Co., charges 

Dom. Photo Supply Co., photo 
frame 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 

Grosse, A., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

James, .Win., photos 

Kelso, J. J., trav. expenses . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
half-tones, 17.10; directory, 
10.00; atlas, 3.90; blank books, 
101.25; paper, 226.35; sta- 
tionery, 231.55; printing and 
binding, 661.79 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

11 15 Kirk, J. T., trav. expenses 20 30 

Laughton, Thos., book 50 

3 00 Library Bureau of Canada, 

4 30 cards and guides 90 00 

4 25 Longmoor, Jno., services as 

Children's caretaker at 2.00 

1 35 per diem 104 00 

11 20 Methodist Book & Publishing 

House, books ■ 7 50 

354 00 Musson Book Co., stationery. . 281 46 
Newspapers and periodicals, 

4 93 subscriptions 40 58 

380 00 O'Connor, Wm., trav. expenses 569 59 

14 35 Osborne, A., photos 2 60 

556 75 Pringle & Booth, photos 3 70 

Sims, E., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem 188 00 

, Superior Mfg. Co., steel figures 1 75 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets. . . 10 00 

United Typewriter, inspections 47 00 
1,251 94 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($529.24) 

King's Printer, distribution, paper 529 24 

Allowance to cover personal expenditure for Children, 1913 ($75.00) 
Kelso, J. J 75 00 

Unpaid Accounts, (William Briggs) ($200.43) 
King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding 200 43 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. 



Salaries ($23,725.00) 

W. B. Roadhouse: Twelve months' salary as Deputy Minister 3,000 00 

C. F., Bailey: do Assistant Deputy Minister 2,400 00 

W. O. Galloway: do Secretary Bureau of Industries... 2,500 00 
J. C. Boylen: do Minister's Secretary and Secretary 

to Department 1,700 00 

N.J.Clark: do First J Class Clerk 1,40000 

Thos. McGlllicuddy: do do 1,400 00 

John Darrach: do do (Municipal Statistics) 1,400 00 

A. G. Henderson: do do 1,400 00 

M. J. Malone: do. do 1,400 00 

D. F. Cashman: do Accountant 1,450 00 

Hugh Mclntyre: do Second-Class Clerk 1,100 00 

W. A. C. Lee: do do 950 00 

J. C. McMillan: do do 800 00 

A. I. Benning: do do 725 00 

Howard Wade: do do 550 00 

Irene Webb: do Stenographer and Deputy Minis- 
ter's Secretary 825 00 

E. Conlon: do Stenographer 725 00 

3 P.A. 



34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Bailey, C. F., trav. expenses 

Bell Telephone Co., messages.. 

Board of Social Service and 
Evangelism, surveys 

Boylen, J. C, trav. expenses... 

Burroughs' Adding Machine Co., 
repairing machine 

Cameron, E., services as steno- 
grapher at 15.00 per week. . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists.. 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams... 

Circuit Guide Publishing Co., 
copies of ^uide 

Doane Bros., livery hire 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Duff, Hon. J. S., trav. expenses 

Galbraith Photo Co., photos . . . 

Galloway, W. O., trav. expenses 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Grip, Ltd., electro 

Gripton, C, stamp and sup- 
plies 

Hopkins, I., services as steno- 
grapher at 10.00 per week. . . . 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

King, P. S., & Son, books 

King's Printer, distribution, 



Continj?enciesI($2,691.26) 

663 80 directory, 10.00; paper, 85.00; 

30 21 printing and binding, 16.91; 

stationery, 398.59 510 50 

40 Library Bureau of Canada, fol- 

72 16 ders and cards 2 38 

Loyal Orange County Lodge, 

1 15 advertising in directory 10 00 

Lovell, John, & Son, books 13 00 

15 00 McAinsh, D. T., & Co., atlas... 3 90 
4 40 McDonnell, M., services as steno- 

6 00 grapher at 2.50 per diem 20 00 

66 41 iMcMaster, M. H., postage stamps 345 00 

Morgan, H. A., lantern slides... 25 00 
50 Newspapers and periodicals, 

2 50 subscriptions 233 68 

50 Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cards. 2 00 

200 00 Phantoscope Mfg. Co., kenopti- 

2 50 con with pictures 25 00 

19 10 Press & Commercial Photo Co., 

101 05 photo 50 

3 00 Roadhouse, W. B., trav. expenses 129 21 

Tiw.es Printing Co., map 5 00 

1 50 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets... 30 00 

Townsend's Livery, livery hire 2 00 

16 66 United Typewriter Co., supplies, 

31.85; inspections, 24.00 55 85 

14 46 Verral, G. W., cab hire 5 05 

3 41 Wellington Field Naturalist 

Club, book 50 00 



Colonization. 

Salaries ($10,125.00) 

H. A. Macdonell: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,350 00 

John Argue: do Clerk 1,500 00 

R. A. Jones: do do 1,400 00 

G. W. Garthwaite: do do 1,100 00 

H. J. Tutt: - do do 1,000 00 

S. O. Dennis: do do and Stenographer 700 00 

R. Duggan: do Stenographer 725 00 

P. R. Dunlop: do do 650 00 

B. McDonald: do do 700 00 



Argue, John, trav. expenses 

Canadian Courier, half tones . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list... 
Can. Northern Express Co., 

charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Firstbrook Box Co., boxes 

Garthwaite, G. W., trav. exps. . . 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams. . 
House Postmaster, unpaid post- 



age 



Hunertus, M. A., postage stamps 
and cards 



Contingencies ($2,194.66) 

10 40 King's Printer, distribution, 
3 24 directory, 10.00; blank books, 

28 16 7,56; atlas, 3.90; printing and 

3 00 binding, 76.52; stationery, 

571.41 - 669 39 

3 46 Library Bureau of Canada, re- 

33 46 pairs to desk 10 00 

130 79 Macdonell, H. A., trav. expenses 1 40 

o J 52 Mcllroy, iS., cartage 75 

1A oq Monarch Typewriter Co., inspec- 

11 03 tions 2 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

I 4g subscriptions 26 60 

Potter, Chas., lantern case and 
450 00 acetylene 46 00 



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35 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Colonization . — Continued. 



Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 

Smyth, G., services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem. . . 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 



Contingencies.- Continued. 



18 00 



538 63 



Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 30 00 

Tutt, H. J., trav. expenses 58 23 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 47 00 



50 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies Branch. 

Salaries ($6,545.74) 

J. Lockie Wilson: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,500 00 

Geo. de W. Green: do Clerk 1,400 00 

Florence McLellan : Eight do do and Stenographer 466 00 

V. G. IShier: Two do do 79 74 

J.Wilson: Twelve do Clerk 725 00 

Olive McArthur: do Stenographer 725 00 

F. P. Johnston: do Messenger and Clerk 650 00. 






Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada Facts Pub. Co., copies 
of " Facts " 

Can. iNorthern Express Co., 
charges 

C. P. R. Co.'.s Tel., telegrams... 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 

Green, Geo. de W., trav. expenses 

Gripton, C, rubber stamp 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Johnston, F. P., trav. expenses . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 71.40; 
stationery, 413.23; paper, 59.05 

Lawrie, B., services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem. . . 

London Farmers' Advocate, cut 
for report 



Contingencies ($2,480.35) 

2 05 Morse, F. W., services as clerk 

at 2.50 per diem, 60.00; trav. 

2 00 expenses, 32.50 92 50 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

75 subscriptions 29 70 

12 53 Photography, Ltd., photos for 

1 10 report 3 00 

60 86 Rettie, J. E., trav. expenses 41 60 

3 65 Ross, B. B., services as steno- 

2 75 grapher at 2.00 per diem 264 00 

Shriner, W. D., services as mes- 

6 79 senger at 1.00 per diem 19 00 

450 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 10 00 

134 12 United Typewriter Co., type- 

writer, 111.15; flexotype, 1.30; 

inspections, 48.0'0 160 45 

543 68 Wagner, V. E., services as steno- 

grapher at 1.66% per diem, 
41 67 58.33; at 2.00 per diem, 114.00 172 33 

Wilson, J. Lockie, trav. expenses 469 25 
1 50 



Live Stock Branch. 

Salaries ($6,514.30) 

R. W. Wade: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,500 00 

J. E. Rettie: do Assistant Director 1,400 CO 

F. Teney: Four do IStenographer 200 00 

K.Hamilton: iSix do do 264 30 

L. Newell: Twelve do do - 550 00 

E.Morris: do do 725 00 

A.Garden: do do 700 00 

M. Briggs: Six do Messenger 175 00 



Contingencies ($3,631.59) 



Baker, E., services as clerk at 

2.50 per diem . 5 00 

Blake, F. B., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem, 52.00; at 
166% per diem, 138.34 190 34 



Bolger, T., services as clerk at 

2.50 per diem 305 00 

Brown, M. G., services as steno- 
grapher at 1.83% per diem, 
555.12; trav. expenses, 4.35.. 559 47 



36 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Live Stock Branch.— Continued. 



Burley, L., services as clerk at 
1.66% per diem 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Facts Publishing Co., 
copies of "Facts" 

Can. Nor. Express co., charges 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps, etc. 

Hamilton, K. R., services as 
stenographer at 1.66% per 
diem 

Hodgins, E. M., services as 
stenographer at 2.50 per diem 

Holstein Friesian Association, 
books 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 45.87; 



Contingencies.— Continued. 

stationery, 282.69; map cab- 

5 00 Inet, 25.00; atlas, 3.90 357 46 

15 05 Laurie, B., services as steno- 

grapher at 1.66% per diem.. 88 33 

10 00 MacKenzie, J., services as clerk 

85 at 2.50 per diem 45 00 

24 22 Morris, E., trav. expenses .... 170 

28 07 Newell, L., trav. expenses^ 1 70 

17 98 Newspapers and periodicals, 

11 00 subscriptions 2 00 

Rettie, J. E., trav. expenses. . 218 15 

Teney, F., trav. expenses 1 70 

198 33 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 10 00i 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
145 00 tions, 77.00; supplies, 5.95.. 82 95 

Wade, R. W., trav. expenses. . 178 80 
7 50 Wagner, V. E., services as 

stenographer at 1.66% per 

4 32 diem 45 00 

1,000 00 Wilson ; G., services as clerk at 

2.00 per diem 71 67 



Institutes Branch. 

Salaries ($7,000.00) 

G. A. Putnam: Twelve month's salary as Superintendent 2,500 00 

F. D. Shaver: do Live Stock Specialist 1,300 00 

I.. W. Brodie: do Clerk 750 00 

Anna Jewell: do (Stenographer 600 00 

Cora Gordon: do do 700 00 

Helen O'Hara: do do 650 00 

Hadyn Robinson:. do Messenger 500 00 



Contingencies ($1,731.58) 



"Brodie, I. W., trav. expenses... 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 
C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 
Coo, W. C, reporting W. I. 

meeting 

Dom. Express Co. charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 
JHouse Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
"King's Printer, distribution, 
atlas, 3.90; printing and bind- 
ing, .74; stationery, 477.45; 

paper, 11.99 

Kinsey, V., services as messen- 
ger at .83% per diem 



16 


40 


5 


40 


2 


35 


12 


67 


50 00 


7 


40 


14 


54 


8 97 


600 


On 



494 08 



21 00 



Methodist Book & Publishing 
House, book 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Putnam, G. A., trav. expenses.. 

Shaver, F. D., trav. expenses.. 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 

Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 
freight charges 

Tustian, L. N., services as 
stenographer at 11.00 per 
week 

United Typewriter Co., supplies, 
23.50; inspections, 59.00 

Upper Can. Tract iSociety, book 



1 25 

39 25 
172 65 
131 95 

20 00 

92 



49 50 

82 50 
75 



Dairy Branch. 

Salary ($650 00) 

E. H. Warren, Twelve months' salary as Stenographer 



650 00 



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3? 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— Continued. 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Dairy Branch.— Continued. 



Bradley, M., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 
Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 
Dom. Express Co., charges . . 
Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 164.96; 
stationery, 108.88; paper, 18.12 



Contingencies ($1,433.79) 

Kinsey, V., services as messen- 

569 00 ger at .83% per diem 14 00 

31 33 Newspapers and periodicals 

4 40 subscriptions 3 00 

31 55 Robinson, H., meals at exhibi- 

250 00 tion 11 05 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 15 00 
United Typewriter Co., dupli- 
291 96 cate, 100.00; typewriter, 112.50 212 50 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($25.00) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



25 00 



Fruit Branch. 

Salaries ($4,125.00) 

P. W. Hodgetts: Twelve months' salary as Director 2,500 00 

A. iM. Fox: do Clerk and Stenographer 725 00 

G. Boehler: Ten do Stenographer 500 00 

M. Briggs: Six do Messenger 150 00 

L. Caesar: Five do Entomologist 260 00 



Boehler, G., services as clerk 

at 2.00 per diem 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 
C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams. . 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . .-. 
FamAly Herald and Weekly 

Star, advertising 

Fleming, E., photos 

Gain, J. H., pads, pulp board, 

etc 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 
Hodgetts, P. W., trav. expenses 
Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 
King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 105.72; 

stationery, 237.95 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 
tMacMillan Co., Ltd., books. . 
Montreal Star Publishing Co., 

advertising 



Contingencies ($1,281.59) 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

104 00 subscriptions 14 25 

30 68 Potter, Chas., lantern islides and 

90 boxes 90 12 

10 09 Pringle & Booth, developing and 

1 02 printing 7 80 

21 88 Shutt, F. T., prints 4 00 

Speight, L., services as clerk 

50 00 at 2.00 per diem 14 00 

15 00 Thompson, Ahern & Co., brok- 
erage and duty charges 6 75 

26 54 Toronto Ry. Co.. car tickets.. 20 00 

9 55 Toronto Stamp & Stencil Works, 

64 80 stamps and pads 6 44 

200 00 United Typewriter Co., supplies, 

8.00; inspections, 29.00 37 00 

Winnipeg Farmers' Advocate. 

343 67 advertising 57 00 

1 50 Winnipeg Grain Growers' Guide, 

1 00 advertising 28 80 

3)6 00 Winnipeg North-West Farmer, 

advertising 28 80 

50 00 



Factory Inspection. 

Salaries ($17,533.00) 

J. T. Burke: Twelve months' salary as Chief inspector 1,950 00 

Thos. Keilty: do Inspector 1,400 00 

A. W. Holmes : do do 1,400 00 

H. J. Tutt: do do 1,400 00 

Robt. Hungerford: do do 1,400 00 

H.Clark: do do 1,400 00 

F. Kellond: do do 1,400 00 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Factory Inspection. — Continued. 
Salaries. — Continued. 

S. J. Mallion: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 1,400 00 

M. Carlyle: do Female Inspector 1,000 00 

A. B. Reddick: do do 1,000 00 

R. Stockill : Four do Clerk 233 00 

W. A. Davidson : Three do do 200 00 

L. M. Longthorne: Twelve do do and Stenographer 725 00 

M. Pettit: do Stenographer 725 00 

S. J. Hassard: do do 650 00 

W. Brennagh: do Inspector 1,250 00 



Association of Fire Chiefs' Re- 
port, advertising 

Barron, A. M., services as clerk 
at 1.66% per diem 

Brennagh, W. T. E., trav. ex- 
penses 

Brown, M. M., legal services, 
re breach of Act 

Burke, Jas. T., trav. expenses. . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Implement & Vehicle 
Trade, advertising 

Can. Manufacturers' Associa- 
tion, advertising 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Carlyle, M., trav. expenses . . 

Clark, H. A., trav. expenses . . 

Davidson, W. A., trav. expenses 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps, and 
supplies 

Hamilton Labor Directory, ad- 
vertising 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., air tester 

Hevey, W. J., advertising 

Holmes, A. W., trav. expenses 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hungerford, R., trav. expenses 

Industrial Banner, advertising 

Industrial Canada, advertising 

International Association of 
Factory Inspectors, 50 copies 
of convention proceedings . . 

Keilty, T., trav. expenses 

Kellond, F., trav. expenses .... 

King's Printer, distribution, 
camera and supplies, 54.70; 
directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 389.85; stationery, 
208.10; paper, 60.19 

Labor Directory, advertising. . . 



Contingencies ($7,966.89) 

Labor Educational Pub., Ltd., 
25 00 advertising 

Labor News Pub. Co., advtg. . . 

Lance Pub. Co., advertising . . . 

(Library Bureau of Canada, 
cards, steel signals, etc 

Mallion, S. J., trav. expenses.. 

(Martin, A. R., services as mes- 
senger at 1.00 per diem 

McCrimmon, A., legal services re 
enforcement of Factory Act. 

McDonnell, M., services as clerk 
at 2.50 per diem 

McMaster, M. H., postage stamps 

Middlebro & Spearman, legal 
services re breach of Act 

National Council of Women of 
Canada, advertising 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Official Convention Review, ad- 
vertising 

Ottawa Typographical Union, 
advertising 

Reddick, A. B., trav. expenses . . 

Rittinger & Motz, advertising. . 

(Shier, V. G., services as clerk at 
1.66% per diem 

Souvenir Programme, A. O. H., 
advertising 

Stockill, R. N, trav. expenses.. 

Toronto & York Radial Ry. Co., 
freight charges 

Trades and Labor Congress of 
Canada, advertising 

Tutt, H. J., trav. expenses 

Union Label Guide, advertising 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions, 48.00; typewriter, 114.15 

Vehicle Trade Pub., Ltd., ad- 
vertising 

722 84 Vernon, Hy., & Son, Hamilton 
5 00 directory 



416 


67 


741 


26 


9 


52 


5 


86 


2 


95 


12 


00 


36 


00 


10 


89 


317 


22 


375 


17 


2 


00 


8 


75 


4 


14 


10 


35 


3 


50 


2 


00 


12 


50 


218 


39 


2 


06 


683 09 


15 


18 


12 


00 


15 


00 


509 


76 


499 


07 



7 
11 
33 


56 
91 
00 


54 
892 


45 
66 


128 


00 


5 


00 


17 50 
280 00 


10 


00 


5 


00 


21 


35 


18 


75 


12 

606 

5 


50 

77 
00 


83 


34 


12 
29 


50 
30 




71 


12 

855 

7 


50 

27 
50 


162 


15 


12 


00 


4 


00 



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39 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Stationary Engineers. 

Salaries ($3,250.00) 

W. C. McGhie: Twelve months' salary as Chairman of Board 1,950 00 

T. H. Laidlaw: do Stenographer 700 00 

M. E. Gosnell: Three do do 150 00 

K. D. Coulter: Nine do do 450 00 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Mfg. Pub. Co., advertising 

Can. Mfrs. Association, advtg. . . 

Can. iStamp & iStencil Co., seal. 

Corrigan, W., services as ex- 
aminer at 5.00 per diem, 
405.00,* trav. expenses, 140.81 

Can. Association Stationary En- 
gineers, advertising 

Coulter, K. D., services as steno- 
grapher at 1.66% per diem. . . 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams. . . 

Gripton, C, rubber stamp and 
repairs 

Hamilton Labor Directory, ad- 
vertising 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

Industrial Banner, advertising. 

Industrial Canada, advertising. 

King's Printer, distribution, 
directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 76:57; stationery, 
265.87; paper, 22.80 

Labor Day Souvenir, advertising 

Labor Directory, advertising. . . 

Library Bureau of Canada, cards 



Contingencies ($4,528 54) 

40 Maclean Pub. Co., advertising. 50 45 

42 00 McGhie, W. C, trav. expenses, 

36 00 662.46; extra services conduct- 

3 00 ing examinations at 3.00 per 

night, 222.00 884 46 

McMaster, M. H. v postage stamps 1,060 00 
5125 81 Moseley, Chas., services as ex- 

aminer at 5.00 per diem, 
15 00 365.00; trav. expenses, 66.82.. 431 82 

Official Convention Review, ad- 

131 67 vertising 18 75 

5 82 Ottawa Typographical Union, 

advertising 12 50 

4 25 Remington Typewriter Co., re- 

pairing machines 4 00 

3 50 Rolph, Clark, Ltd., lithograph- 

45 00 ing 380 49 

22 74 Sinclair, M. A., services as steno- 

12 00 grapher at 1.66% per diem... 356 34 

Souvenir Programme A. O. H., 

advertising 12 50 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 10 00 

365 24 Trades and Labor Congress of 
12 50 Canada, advertising 12 50 

5 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

40 80 tions 24 00 



MISCELLANEOUS. 
King's Printer's Office. 

Salaries ($10,053.00) 

L. K. Cameron: Eleven months' salary as King's Printer 1,603 00 

H. Lovelock: Twelve do Assistant King's Printer 1,800 00 

W.H.Clarke: do Chief Clerk 1,250 00 

R. B. Magill : do Clerk 1,200 00 

S. I. Dunn: do do 1,150 00 

H. Burns: do do 1,050 00 

T. W. Heron: do do 1,050 00 

R. Thornton: do do 950 00 



Canada Legal Pub. Co., legal 
chart and law list • 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Carswell Co., book 

Charles, J. H., services installing 
new system 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage, 1.10; voucher boxes, 



Contingencies ($1,899.03) 

7L2-5; directory, 10.00; print- 
4 50 ing and binding, 210.57; sta- 

50 tionery, 489.79 782 71 

4 50 Mclntyre, M., postage stamps.. 75 00 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

275 00 subscriptions 26 00 

1 95 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 19 7'5 

1 82 Richards, W. B„ services as 
25 00 stenographer at 2.10 per diem 657 30 
Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 25 00 



40 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

CIVIL GOVERNMENT.— Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS.— Continued. 

King's Printer's Office.— Continued. 

Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($158.30) 

King's Printer, Mstribution, stationery 158.30 

Allowance for Inspector of Paper ($400.00) 
D. J. Goggin: Allowance as Inspector of Paper 400 00 

Cost of Official Gazette ($2,927.41) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding 2,927 41 

Inspection of Registry Offices 

Salary ($1,850.00) 

D. Guthrie: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 1,850 00 

Allowance in lieu of travelling and other expenses ($500.00.) 

Guthrie, D., allowance for trav. printing and binding, 1.10; 

expenses 498 05 stationery, 85c 1 95 

King's Printer, distribution, 

Municipal Auditor. 

Salary ($2,400.00) 

J. W. Sharper Twelve months' salary as Auditor 2,400 00 

Travelling and other expenses ($74.35) 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams... 50 Newspapers and periodicals, 

King's Printer, distribution, subscriptions 10 00 

atlas, 3.90; directory, 10.00; iSharpe, J. W., trav. expenses... 25 00 

paper, 13.45; stationery, 11.50 38 85 



Total Civil Government $790,998.80 



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41 



LEGISLATION. 

Salaries ($36,225.00) 

Hon. W. H. Hoyle: Salary as Speaker 2,500 00 

A. H. Sydere: Twelve months' salary as Clerk of the House 2,600 00 

J. M. Delamere: do Clerk Assistant and Clerk of 

Routine 2,000 00 

F. J. Glackmeyer : do Sergeant-at-Arms 1,800 00 

A.M. Dymond: do Law Clerk of Public Bills 3,292 00 

W. B. Wilkinson: do * Law Clerk of Private and (Muni- 
cipal Bills 2,992 00 

Wm. Chenery: do Clerk to Law Clerk , 1,250 00 

C. IS. Berthon: do Stenographer 800 00 

Jos. Beck: do Postmaster 1,750 00 

J. W. Dill: do Asst. Postmaster 1,400 00 

A. B. Gillies: do Clerk 1,200 00 

D. D. MacMillan: do do 1,150 00 

A. Pardoe: do Librarian 2,700 00 

M. Wilson: do Asst. Librarian 1,500 00 

E. J. O'Neill: do do (for annex) 900 00 

V. P. Fayle: do Clerk in Reading Room 850 00 

J. N. Hunter: Nine do Clerk 675 00 

A. Currie: Twelve do Messenger-Assistant in Library... 850 00 

Alex. Fraser : do Archivist 2,100 00 

J. N. Belanger: do Clerk to Archivist 1,200 00 

C. H. McGillivray: do Clerk 650 00 

H. M. Merrill: do Archives Stenographer 750 00 

L. K. Cameron: Eleven do Accountant of the House 366 00 

Hugh Ray: Six do Assistant in Library 475 00 

W. H. Cooper: do Clerk in Library 475 00 

Clerks of Committees, etc. ($4,136.42) 

Hamm, John : 'Services as Reporter, Public Accounts Committee 498 92 

Johnston, M.: do Secretary to Leader of Opposition 1,000 00 

Kent, R. A: do Clerk of Committees 850 00 

Robinson, N. : do do 400 00 

Stuart, H. J.: do Secretary to Mr. Speaker 1,387 50 



Sessional Stenographers, Messengers, Pages, etc. ($19,334.71) 



Stenographers at 14.00 per week: 

Anderson, M 142 00 

Baker, M 142 00 

Coughlin, P 142 

Coveny, E ..: 140 

Cullen, R 142 

Devine, L. C 142 

Fleming, W 138 00 

Foy, M 142 00 

FralLck, J 142 00 

Green, B 142 00 

Greenwood, L 142 00 

Hammond, M. R 114 00 

Harris, M 142 00 

Hinch, M. E 52 00 

Kerr, V 118 00 

Leitch, C 142 

McCort, N. E 142 

McKinnon, E 18 00 

Macmillan, M 142 00 

Martin, T 32 00 

Meacham, M 142 00 

Milmine, H. A 142 00 

Molesworth, E 110 00 

Morphy, L 142 00 

Nalter, N 142 00 

O'Brien, M 132 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 



00 
00 



Osborne, O. E. 
Shummer, K. ... 
Scott, H. E. ... 

Sims, E 

Sinclair, M. A. . 

Steele, G 

Stokes, G 

Sullivan, R , 

iSumner, E 

Tustian, L 

Uffen, J. F 

White, K 

Wylie, B. 

McMartin, L., at 
week 



112 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
128 00 
142 00 
140 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 



17.50 per 



177 50 



Sessional Writers at 14.00 per week: 



Carter, J 

Casselman, A. C. 

Coe, A 

Coghlan, G. H. 
Fleming, W. . . . 
Hanna, A. T. . . . 

Jewell, J 

Joslin, N. F. . 

Kill, H. O 

Long L. J. 
Masters, G. 



142 00 
140 00 
120 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
140 00 
146 00 



42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 
Sessional Stenographers, Messengers, Pages, etc.— Continued. 



Pallatt, A 

Shaw, E 

Stevenson, A. F 

Vicars, E. J. S 

Wanless, J. M 

Wiles, J. H 

Payne, S. R., at 15.00 per 

week 

Robertson, J., at 19.25 per 

week 

Messengers at 14.00 per week: 

Armstrong, J. S 

Axford, W. T 

Ball, R 

Bauer, T. W 

Beckett, W 

Bennett, F 

Boate, J. R 

Bottrell, A. H 

Brethour, J 

Campbell, J 

Copus, H 

Cordingly, W. W 

Courtney, J 

Crumb, J 

Doherty, G. S 

Edwards, J 

Everson, W 

Fallis, L 

Firth, Jos 

Forbes, E 

Fox, W. W *.. 

Francis, <D 

Gilkinson, W 

Halphead, E. B 

Hamilton, R. L 

Hanna, T. H 

Harding, C 

Harris, J 

Jennett, J. C 

Jessop, W 

Johnston, S 

King, J. D 

Lane, W 

Madell, T 

Magel, Jas 

Mason, Wm 

Maude, Wm 

Mitchell, Wm 

Murray, C. iW 

McConnell, A. H 

McDermott, F 

MoKee, A 

McMillan, J. A 

Northcott, J 



00 
00 



74 
142 
142 00 
142 00 
142 00 
140 00 

177 50 

195 25 

146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
148 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
160 00 
146 00 
146 00 

88 00 
146 00 
160 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
112 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 

84 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 



O'Brien, (D 

Price, Jas 

(Scott, J. E 

Shier, G 

Shier, J 

Skellly,' T 

Smith, R. O 

Sw'eatman, N 

Thibaudeau, W. B 

Thirkell, J. A 

Tisdale, H 

Tolmie, D 

Walker, R 

Wallace, W 

Walters, W 

Ward, Geo 

Williams, Geo 

Wood, Fred 

Bain, Wm., at 15.00 per week 

Roach, P., at 7'.00 per week. . 

Swanton, R. J., at 10.50 per 

week 

Pages at 7.00 per week: 

Armstrong, R 

Be Geer, J 

Gladman, E 

Hickey, F 

Johnston, W. J 

Jones, Isaac 

Kelly, L 

Michie, L, 

Mcllroy, W 

Niedrauer, O 

Poynter, L 

Perry, A 

Scott, H 

Smith", W. L 

Smith, Walter 

Steele, A. C 

Stokes, C 

Switner, W 

Whitehead, W 

Brown, H. E., at 9.00 per 
week 

Kerrigan, A., at 10.00 per 

week 

Special Messengers : 

Brown, Robert 

Reddick, W. H 

Charwomen at 1.50 per diem: 

Beck, E 

Blackburn, A 

Chadwick, R 

Mclnnis, F 

McQuillan, H 



146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
84 00 
142 00 
146 CO 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
140 00 
136 00 
146 00 
146 00 
146 00 
160 00 
146 00 
170 43 

70 00 

123 50 

71 00 
71 00 
71 00 
71 00 

70 00 

71 00 



71 
71 
71 
71 
71 
71 



71 00 
61 00 
71 00 
71 00 

70 00 

71 00 
71 00 



91 28 
119 75 

75 00 

75 00 

94 50 
94 50 
94 50 
94 50 
94 50 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 139.44; fyling 
cabinet, 120.00; directory, 



Postage and Cost of House Post Office ($1,505.43) 

10.00; scales, 9.50 278 94 

Mclntyre, M., postage stamps 1,201 49 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets ... 25 00 



Carriage of Mails ($900.00) 

Mounce, Thos.: carriage of mails, per contract . 900 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



43 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Stationery, Printing and Binding, Distributing Statutes, etc. ($74,996.62) 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 
Clark, A. R., services at 1.50 

per diem 

C. P. R. Co., freight charges.. 
Dom. Express Co., charges .... 
Heron, I., services at 1.50 per 

diem 

King's Printer, distribution, 



363 


59 


6 


37 


37 


50 


8 


60 


365 


22 



112 50 



maps, 1,119.88; printing and 
binding, 53,187.03; cartage 
and freight charges, 401.36; 
boxes, 828.96; club bags, 
1,610.00; cuts and etchings, 
3,707.10; stationery, 3,769.58; 

paper, 9,068.93 73,692 

Mclntyre, M., postage stamps 400 
Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets.. 10 



Unpaid Accounts, King's Printer, 1913 ($28,083.63) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding, 9,829.73; maps, 2,537.50; 

stationery, 942.49; paper, 14,773.91 28,083 



Library ($5,999.78) 



'Books: — 

Allen, E. G., & Son 

Allen, Geo., & Co 

American Academy of Politi- 
cal and Social Science .... 

American Assn. for Labour 
Legislation 

American City 

American C6mmonwealth Co., 

American Dialect Soc 

American Economic Assn. . . 

American Forestry Assn. . . . 

American Library Assn 

American Political Science 
Assn 

American Statistical Assn. . . 

American Vigilance Assn..... 

Annual Review Pub. Co 

Appleton, D., & Co 

Ardagh, H. H 

Auvache, A. E 

Badger, R. C 

Baker, E 

Baker & Taylor Co 

Bankers' Printing Co 

Barnard, P. M 

Bell & Cockburn 

Bell, G., & Sons 

Bibliopole 

Blakiston's, P., Sons 

Blanchfield, G. W. F 

Bobbs-Merrill Co 

Boston Book Co 

Bowker, R. R., Co 

Britnell, A 

Britnell, John, Co 

Brough, Wm., & Sons 

Brown, Wm 

Buffalo Historical Soc 

Bull, Alf 

Butterworth & Co 

Bureau of Municipal Re- 
search 

Burroughs & Co 

Cadby, J. W 

Cadmus Bookshop 

Caledonian, The 



569 


02 


1 


51 


5 


00 


5 


00 


2 00 


4 


00 


1 


00 


5 


00 


4 


40 


3 


00 


3 


00 


2 


00 




62 


4 


00 


17 


78 


11 


50 


6 


57 


20 


66 


16 


25 


3 


32 


1 


50 


7 


53 


21 


44 


3 


28 


98 


50 


3 


75 


3 


31 


4 


11 


228 


22 


34 


95 


8 


50 


11 


10 


17 


37 


11 


03 


9 


76 


19 


64 


12 


06 


2 


00 


10 


00 


41 


35 


67 


61 


1 


06 



Cameron, M 

Canada Facts Pub. Co 

Canada Forestry Assn 

Canada Gazetteer Pub. Co. . . 

Canada Law Book Co 

Canada Liberal Monthly .... 

Canada Mfrs. Assn 

Canadian Monthly 

Canada Peat Soc 

Carnegie Institution 

Cassell & Co 

Carswell Co 

Carter, F. C 

Casper, C. N., & Co 

Century Co 

Chandler, W. D 

Chicago University Press 

Clark, A. H., Co 

Clark, S. J., Pub. Co 

Clark, C. K 

Clark, John, Co 

Cobden Club 

Cole, T. L 

Colonial Soc. of Mass 

Copp, Clark Co 

Currie, J. F 

Dana, W. B., Co. 

Dau Pub. Co. i 

Davis, F. A., Co 

Dawson, Wm., & iSons 

Dent, J. M., & Sons 

Desbarats Advertising Agency 

Deschenes, L 

Dionne, N. E 

Dodd, Mead & Co 

Downing, R. F., & Co 

Drayton, S., & Son 

Ducharme, G 

Dunlop, Wm 

Dutton, E. P., & Co 

Elly, W. C 

Edwards, F 

Financial Pub. Co 

Fitzgerald, O., Co 

Ford, S. J., Co_. 

Frowdc Henry 

George's, Wm., Sons 



3 


50 


16 


25 


1 


00 


10 


00 


146 


75 


2 


00 


3 


00 


1 


00 


2 


00 


2 


00 


19 


66 


321 


53 


16 


62 


3 


50 


49 


82 


12 


00 


7 


50 


22 


87 


42 


50 


2 


00 


74 


25 


5 


21 


36 


85 


3 


50 


17 


81 


2 


00 


2 


25 


4 


00 


31 


50 


239 


08 


13 


10 


5 


00 


2 


00 


3 


20 


12 92 


2 


00 


19 


39 


89 


85 


6 


12 


13 


32 


2 


73 


14 


08 


5 


83 




68 


24 


00 


2 


20 


4 


59 



4A 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 



Library. — Continued. 



Gibson, David, Co 1 50 

Ginn & Co 2 30 

Glasgow, Brook & Co 3 00 

Goodspeed's Bookshop 12 50 

Goodwin, C. W 10 50 

Hall, R 5 01 

Harding, Geo 42 55 

Harper, L. C 76 50 

Hartz, J. P., Co 3 50 

Harvard University Press . . 4 70 

Heartman, C. F 7 50 

Heffer, W., & Sons 54 63 

Himebaugh & Brown 30 78 

Hitchman, John 67 37 

Hitchman, Wm 25 56 

Hodder & Stoughton 15 15 

Hoeber, Paul B 11 75 

Holt, H., & Co 9 31 

Houghton, Mifflin Co 44 18 

Houston's Standard Publica- 
tions 12 00 

Hudson Book Co 82 05 

Huebsch, B. W 2 12 

Huntting, H. R., Co 3 90 

Huston, A. F 5 45 

Immigrant Education Dept. . 80 

James, U. P 7 00 

Jewish Press Pub. Co 1 70 

Johns Hopkins Press 3 00 

Johnstone, D 2 36 

Joseph, E 5 27 

Journal of Amer. Inst. Crim- 
inal Law 6 00 

Jouve. Rev. A. M 1 00 

Kerr, Chas. H., & Co 1 30 

Keith's Magazine 2 00 

Kimball Bros 3 55 

King, P. S., & Son 77 28 

Labour, Dept. of 75 

Lauzon, Rev. L 1 00 

Lemeke & Buechner 5 89 

Leonard Scott Pub. Co 28 05 

Libby, C. F., & Co 14 88 

Librairie Beauchemin 7 50 

Librairie Ch. Chadenat .... 104 94 

Library Bureau 2 25 

Lippincott, J. B., Co 28 16 

Little, Brown & Co 10 01 

Littlefield, G. E 238 50 

Longmans, Green & Co 12 56 

Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. 1 48 

Lovell, John & Son 20 50 

Lowdermilk, W. H., & Co. . . 4 37 

Lowe Bros 4 68 

Lupton Bros 15 98 

^Tacaulay, Co 1 43 

MacBride, Nast & Co 4 90 

Macmillan Co 86 67 

Magrath & Co 4 05 

Malkan, Henry 5 75 

Malouin, J. A 80 00 

Maurice, A., & Co 1 31 

McAinsh, D. T., & Co 3 90 



McClelland, Goodchild & 

Stewart, Ltd 12 01 

McClurg, A. C, & Co 6 05 

McDonough, Jos., Co 14 84 

McKim, A 2 00 

McLeod & Allen 2 77 

Merwin Sales Co 140 10 

Methodist Book & Pub. House 40 00 

Mississippi Valley Hist. Assn. 6 00 

Mitchell, Mrs. F 3 00 

Moody Magazine & Book Co. 6 85 

Morice, Rev. A. G 5 60 

Morang & Co 25 00 

Morrison, N. F 58 7*9 

Mudie's Select Library 49 15 

Municipal Pub. Co 2 00 

Murphy, Wm 53 20 

Museum Book Store 121 83 

iMusson Book Co 32 19 

Myers & Co 26 73 

National American ISoc 31 50 

National Conference of Chari- 
ties and Correction 2 80 

iNational Tax Assn. 13 00 

National Geographic Soc. ... 3 50 

National Law Book Co. . . : . . . 6 50 

National Municipal League.. 10 00 

Newhall, D. H 5 00 

New York Times 8 00 

Nield, W 12 09 

O'Leary, H. A 35 25 

Ontario Historical Soc 100 

Open Court Pub. Co 3 48 

Phelps, John 1 47 

Pilgrim Press 1 00 

Poole, A., & Co 28 80 

Porter, A. Peter 2 50 

Princeton University Press . . 3 36 

Putnam's, G. P., Sons 85 64 

Quebec Geographical Soc 2 00 

Rare Book .Shop Pub. Co. 10 28 

Ray, H 50 00 

Reader, A 35 32 

Renouf Pub. Co 3 36 

Rolph & Clark, Ltd 7 50 

Robinson, E. R 9 75 

Ronald Press Co 2 70 

Rouillard, E 85 

Routledge, Geo., & Sons 12 69 

Roy, V P. G 4 00 

iSaumenig, J. H., & Co 3 70 

Schulte Book Store 8 50 

Scopes, John E., & Co 10 00 

Scottish History iSoc 2 61 

iScribner's, Chas., Sons 86 83 

Shepard Book Co 5 53 

Skinner, John 33 25 

Small, Maynard Co 4 94 

Smith, W. H., & Sons 18 50 

iSmith, W. H., Jr 1 00 

Social Service Council of 

Canada 2 00 

Sotheran, H., & Co 36 32 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



45 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 
Library. — Continued. 



Staley, J. E 1 75 

Stevens, H., iSon, & IStiles 6 08 

Stock, E 7 06 

Stokes, F. A., & Co 5 41 

Sturgis & Walton Co 98 

Sutton, A 70 98 

Swan & Morgan 98 

Taylor, W. OH 1 25 

Teachers' College, Columbia 

University 2 00 

Tenney, W. F 1 91 

Thorburn & Abbott 5 75 

Thorpe, P 5 70 

Todd, Geo 2 50 

Toronto University 1 50 

Trubner, Karl 4 84 

Tyrrell, H. G 5 00 

Tyrrell, Wm., & Co 6 30 

Union Library Assn 4 61 

University Magazine 3 00 

Vandegrift, F. B., & Co 3 25 

VanNostrand, D„ Co 5 77 

Villeneuve, F 5 50 

Wahr, Geo 2 50 

Wegelin, 15 75 



Wheldon, John, & Co 6 88 

Williams, David, Co 85 

Williams, J. H 4 50 

Williamson & Co 3 80 

Williams & Wilkins 1 06 

Wilson, H. W., Co 17 20 

Wilson & (Lafleur 33 00 

Winston, J. C, Co 4 65 

Women's Canadian Hist. iSoc. 2 00 
lorkme n's Compensation 

Bureau 2 00 

Yale Printing Assn 2 70 

Yale University Press 5 4ft 

Canadian Express Co., charges 10 30^ 
Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list 

and chart 7 50 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copy of 

guide 2£ 

Dom. Express Co., charges 30 11 

King's Printer, distribution, 
binding, 494.93; directory, 

10.00 504 93 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 16 35 



Indemnity to Members ($150,521.80) / 

Accountant of House: To pay indemnity and mileage of members 150,521 80 

Newspapers and Periodicals ($789.60) 

Sundry Newspapers and Periodicals : Subscriptions 789 60 



Contingencies, including stationery and equipment for Reporters ($8,768.49) 



Advertising re Private Bills: 

Belleville Intelligencer 

Berlin News Record 

Brantford Courier 

Brockville Times 

Chatham Planet 

Cobalt Nugget 

Fort William Daily Times 

Journal 

Gait Reporter 

Guelph Herald ; 

Hamilton Spectator 

Hamilton Herald 

Kingston Standard 

Lindsay Warder 

London Free Press 

Niagara Falls Record 

Ottqwa Citizen 

Ottawa Journal 

Peterborough Morning Times 

Peterborough Review 

Port Hope Times 

Port Arthur Daily News .... 

St. Catharines Standard 

Stratford Herald 

Sudbury Daily Star 

St. Thomas Times 

Toronto Globe 

Toronto Mail 



11 


25 


6 


25 


16 


25 


5 


10 


22 


50 


6 


25 


15 


50 


7 75 


11 


25 


28 


75 


31 


25 


13 


75 


5 


00 


30 00 


10 


35 


15 


00 


22 


50 


14 


04 


11 


25 


5 00 


15 


00 


11 


25 


8 


75 


2 


60 


8 


75 


33 


75 


41 


25 



Toronto News 

Toronto Star 

Toronto Sun 

Toronto Telegram 

Toronto World 

Woodstock Express 



75 

75 
50 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., saw, 
etc 

Alison, M. B., services at 2.33^ 
per diem 

Bell Tel. Co., messages 

Bready, Chas., services at 2.33% 
per diem 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Facts Pub. Co., copies of 
Facts 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists 
and chart 

Can. Northern Express, charges 

Carswell Co., law book 

Charles, J. H., services stock- 
taking King's Printer's office. 

Clark, P. M., & iSon, official suit 
repairing and cleaning 

Clarke, W. H., engrossing cards 

Cooper, W. H., services at 3.00 
per diem 



18 75 

26 25 

5 00 



1 80 



674 33 
3'24 07 


112 00 

98 87 


2 00 


10 50 
8 87 
7 50 


300 00 


89 00 
6 00 



156 00 



46 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 
Contingencies, including stationery and equipment for Reporters.— Continued. 



Coy, J. W., services at 2.00 per 

diem 626 00 

C.P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., telegram . . 1 00 

C.P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 6 68 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 5 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges 308 75 

\Doane Bros., cab hire 6 50 

Farmer, Jno. G., legal services. 200 00 
Grasett, H. J., allowance to 
police at opening of Legisla- 
ture 50 00 

Gray, W. T., services at 3.00 per 

diem ©66 00 

"G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 7 73 

G.T. Ry. System, freight charges 15 65 
King's Printer: distribution, 
binding, 705.52; stationery, 
448.52; directories, 50.00; Par- 
liamentary Guides, 230.00; 

printing, 6.39 1,440 43 

Lee, P. J., night messages dur- 
ing session 3 20 

Longstaff, E., luncheons for 

police and telegraph operators 39 55 
Lobb, Chas., witness fees re 

Public Accounts Com 16 30 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 28 80 

LMorand, Paul, witness fees re 

Public Accounts Com 25 05 

Morrison, V. R., services at 2.50 

per diem 785 00 



Murray-Kay, Ltd., gloves, ties, 
collars, etc 52 80 

Musson Book Co., books 110 00 

Ontario Tailoring Co., pages' 
suits, etc 190 50 

Press and Commercial Photo Co., 

photos 1100 

Provincial Motors, taxicab hire 5 00 

Ray, Karl P., auto hire 15 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., sup- 
plies, 16.50; repairs, 1.25; 
rent of typewriters, 232.50... 250 25 

Robinson, N v services at 3.00 per 

diem 819 00 

Taxicabs, Ltd., taxicab hire . . 18 10 

Toronto Railway Co., car tick- 
ets 100 00 

Toronto & York Radial Railway, 
freight charges 2 35 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 51 00 

Upper, Wm., witness fees re Pub- 
lic Accounts Com 14 30 

Walton & Co., portrait proof . . 3 82 

Wigle, E. S., witness fee re Pub- 
lic Accounts Com 26 95 

Wilmot, H. E., services report- 
ing Budget Speech 40 00 

Young & McEvoy, legal ser- 
vices re Corporation Tax Act 500 00 



Bureau of Archives. 



Purchase of documents, printing, binding, stationery, etc. ($481.51) 



Britnell, A., book 2 00 

Calvert, Geo. A., history Co. 

Middlesex, 1889 7 00 

Can. Facts Printing Co., copies 

of Facts 

Can. Forestry Assn., dues 

Can. Legal Printing Co., law list 

Cameron M., books 

Carnahan, Janet, photo, 75c; 

book, 2.25 

Champlain Society book 

Clark, A. H., & Co., book 

Croon, G. B., papers 

Currie, J. F., book 

Forest Free Press, document . . 

Gordon, John, document 

Oosselin, A. H., books 

^reen, G. H., books, maps, etc. 50 00 
Jackson, Potts & Co., brokerage 

charges 190 



1 


00 


1 


00 


3 


00 


8 


50 


3 


00 


10 


00 


12 


68 




50 


2 


00 


4 


00 




50 


6 


04 



Jocelyn, R., book 

Kimball Bros., book 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 204.30; binding, 3.01.. 

Maggs Bros., book 

Maedonald, H. R., collection of 
papers , 

McAinsh, D. T., & Co., books.. 

Morrison, Rev. Jno., copying 
Moraviantown Reg 

O'Leary, H. A., book 

Pardoe, M. iS., bust 

Rhoads, S. N., book 

Skinner's, Jno., Book Store, 
maps, 5.38; historical por- 
trait, 32.50; book, 5.52 

(Sundry newspapers and periodi- 
cals, subscriptions 

Warner, C. M., book 

Wegelin, O., book 



3 


00 


4 


75 


207 31 


6 


35 


13 


40 


12 


15 


10 00 


11 


50 


12 


00 


3 


97 



43 40 

36 50 
3 00 
1 06 



Can. Express, charges 

Can. Northern Express, charges 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 
Dominion Express Co., charges 



Contingencies ($1,203.30) 

2 55 Fields, Thos., services at 2.50 

75 per diem 715 00 

75 Fraser, Alex., trav. expenses... 135 92 

12 68 Haig, T. R., cartage 2 90 

1 70 Jackson, Potts, & Co., brokerage 25 



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47 



LEGISLATION.— Continued. 

Bureau of Archives.— Continued. 
Contingencies.— Continued. 



King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 164 45 

IMacGillivray, Carrie A., trav. 

expenses 24 05 

Mcllroy, /S„ cartage 2 20 

Mclntyre, M., stamps 10 00 



Office Specialty Mfg. Co., sup- 
plies 10 20 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., photo sup- 
plies 50 

United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer and repairs 119 40 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 t$76.7b) 

King's Printer, distribution, stationery 76 78 



Total Legislation, 



,$333,023.07 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



Supreme Court of Judicature. 

Allowance to Judges under R.S.O., 1914, Chap. 57 ($18,916.66) 

Hon Sir W. R. Meredith: Chief Justice of Ontario 1,000 00 

Hon. J. T. Garrow: Justice of Appeal 1,000 00 

Hon. J. J. Maclaren: do 1,000 00 

Hon. James Magee: do 1,000 00 

Hon. F. Hodgins: do 1,000 00 

Hon. Sir John A. Boyd: Chancellor of Ontario 1,000 00 

Hon. Sir Glenholme Falconbridge : Chief Justice of the King's Bench 1,000 00 

Hon. Sir Wm. Mulock: Chief Justice of the Exchequer... 1,000 00 

Hon. R. M. Meredith: Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1,000 00 

Hon. F. R. Latehford: Justice of the High Court Division 1,000 00 

Hon. W. E. Middleton: do 1,000 00 

Hon. B. M. Britton: do 1,000 00 

Hon. W. R. Riddell: do 1,000 00 

Hon. H. J. Kelly: do 1,000 00 

Hon. J. V. Teetzel: do 916 66 

Hon. R. C. Clute: do 1,000 00 

Hon. R. F. Sutherland: do 1,000 00 

Hon. H. Lennox: do 1,000 00 

Hon. James Leitch : do 1,000 00 

Salaries ($23,142.00) 

James S. Cartwright: One month's salary as Master-in-€hambers 292 00 

J. A. C. Cameron: Eleven do do 3,036 54 

F. Arnoldi : Twelve do Clerk 2,250 00 

Clarence Bell: do Assistant Clerk 1,600 00 

A. B. G. Cull : do Entering Clerk 800 00 

G. C. Alcorn: do (Master-in-Ordinary 4,000 00 

J. A. C. Cameron: One do Chief Clerk and Accountant... 394 46 

R. S. Neville: Ten do do .... 2,535 00 

A. E. Bastedo: Twelve do Clerk and Stenographer 1,600 00 

Geo. S. Crooks: do do 1,250 00 

J. H. Thorn: do Senior Taxing Officer 2,400 00 

R. S. Neville: Two do Junior Taxing Officer 334 00 

N. F. Paterson: Twelve do Registrar Supreme Court and 

Court of Appeal 2,650 00 



48 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Hubertus, M. A., postage stamps 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding 



Supreme Court of Judicature. — Continued. 

Contingencies ($124.33) 

30 00 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 

89 33 



5 00 



Master=in=Chambers 



Contingencies ($770.14) 



Can. Law Book Co., law reports 132 00 
Can. Legal Pub. Co., law lists 

and charts 9 00 

Carswell Co., subscription to 

law reports 15 00 

Cartwright, Jane, books 100 00 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies of 

Guide 4 00 

Gorrie, James, services as clerk 

at 6.00 per month 66 00 



Gripton, C, rubber stamps and 
supplies 9 70 

Hubertus, M., postage stamps. 40 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage, 2.05 ; directories, 
20.00; stationery, 118.52; bind- 
ing, 13.50 154 07 

Robertson, C. G., services as 

clerk at 83.33 per month 240 37 



Master=in=Ordinary 



Butterworth & Co., law book.. 

Can. Law Book Co., books, sub- 
scription to Law Journal, etc. 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal charts 
and law lists 

Carswell Co., subscription to 
English Law Reports 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of guide 



Contingencies ($257.40) 

2 85 Gripton, C, rubber stamps and 

supplies T 60 

27 50 Hubertus, M., postage stamps.. ll> 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
9 00 cartage, 1.85; atlas, 3.90; 
transfer cases, 40.00; station- 
21 00 ery, 110.86; printing and bind- 
ing, 7.84 164 45 

1 00 Remington Typewriter Co., in- 
spections 9 00 



Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal charts 
and law lists 

Carswell Co., law books 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of guide 



Taxing Officers. 
Contingencies ($49.30) 



9 00 
13 00 

50 



King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage 35c; printing, 8.20; 
stationery, 18.25 



26 80 



Judges' Library ($900.00) 



Boyd, Hon. Chancellor, grant 
Maclaren, Hon. Justice do 



400 00 
500 00 



Appellate Division 

Salaries ($5,241.23) 

H. H. Robertson: Two months' salary as Assistant Registrar and Clerk of 

Election Court 282 00 

J. D. Gausby: Ten do do 1,399 92 

R. F. Killaly: Eleven do Clerk 586 00 

E. Oliver: Twelve do Usher, (Librarian and Messenger. . 1,050 00 

W. !M. Winterberry: do Secretary to Judges 1,400 00 

W.D.Davidson: Six do Clerk 523 31 



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49 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Appellate Division.— Continued. 



Contingencies ($606.68) 



Can. Express 'Co., charges .... 

Can. Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tion to Can. Law Journal . . 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal charts 
and law lists 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of guide 

Doon. Express Co., charges . . 

Hubertus, M., postage stamps 



35 

10 00 

13 50 

1 00 

3 00 

30 00 



King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage, 3.45; directories, 
20.00; blank books, 50.91; sta- 
tionery, 214.66, printing and 
binding, 236.81 525 83 

Planet Bicycle Co., repairing 
wheel 6 25 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 16 75 



High Court 

Salary, Clerk of Process ($1,400.00) 

A. E. Trow, twelve months' salary as Clerk of Process 1,400 00 



Can. Express Co., charges .... 
Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list. . 
Dom. Express Co., charges . . 



Contingencies ($57.30) 

80 Hubertus, M., postage stamps.. 34 00 

3 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

40 stationery, 18.85; cartage, 25c. 19 10 



Printing writs, forms, etc. ($277.12) 

King's Printer, distribution, printing 220.29; paper, 56.83 277 12 

Unpaid accounts, 1913 ($76.14) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 76 14 

Salary, Clerk of Assize ($1,800.00) 
G. B. Nicol: Twelve months' salary as Clerk of Assize 1,800 00 



Contingencies ($36.83) 
Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list. . 3 00 King's Printer, distribution, 



Hubertus, M., postage stamps . . 



7 00 



stationery, 14.66; printing, 

2.17; directory, 10.00 26 83 



Central Office. 



M. iB. Jackson: Twelve months' 



E. Harley: 


do 


D'Arcy Hinds: 


do 


Wm. McTavish: 


do 


F. W. Scott: 


do 


•R. W. Ralfe: 


do 


C. G. Spanner: 


do 


M. B. Black: 


do 


Agnes Moore: 


do 


N. J. Harrison: 


do 


Frances Harrison: 


do 


T. MoCutcheon: 


do 


James Gorrie: 


do 


J. W. Montgomery: 


do 


M. iSutherland: 


do 


G. Smith: 


do 


4 P.A. 





Salaries ($17,364.00) 

salary as Clerk of the Crown 2,500 00 

Clerk of Records and Writs 2,150 00 

Judgment Clerk 1,750 00 

Clerk 1,350 00 

do 1,250 00 

do 1,250 00 

do 1,000 00 

do 900 00 

do 650 00 

Housekeeper and Messenger 900 0b 

Asst. Housekeeper 264 00 

do 800 00 

Messenger 800 00 

do 800 00 

Housekeeper 450 00 

Asst. do 550 00 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Central Office.— Continued. 

Contingencies ($552.73) 

Can. Law Book Co., subscrip- King's (Printer, distribution, 

tion, Can. Law Journal 5 00 cartage, 3.15; stationery, 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal charts 214.05 ; (printing and binding, 

and law lists 13 50 248.13; directories, 20.00; at- 

Carswell Co., subscription, Out. • las, 3.90 

Weekly Reporter 10 00 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

Hubertus, M., postage stamps . . 20 00 tions and supplies 



489 23 



15 00 



Registrar's Office 

Salaries ($16,148.36) 

G. S. Holmested: Twelve months' salary as iSenior Registrar and iReferee of 

Titles 3,000 00 

W. H. Best: do Junior Registrar 2,148 36 

C. O. Strange: do Clerk 1,350 00 

F.J.Roche: do do of Non-Jury Sittings 1,700 00 

A. W. Small: do Usher and Stenographer to Judges 1,200 00 

R. A. Walker: do do 900 00 

R. Lawson : do do 850 00 

A.P.Gorman: do (Stenographer to Judges 1,200 00 

R. N. Davies: do do 1,200 00 

R. Tyson: do Secretary to Judges 1,400 00 

J. iScanlon: . do Usher and Stenographer 1,200 00 



Bell Telephone Co., messages . . 

Can. Law Book Co., subscrip- 
tion, Can. Law Journal 

Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal charts 
and law lists 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel. telegrams . . 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 
of guide 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams.. 

Hubertus, M., postage stamps . . 



Contingencies ($969.30) 

5 60 Holmsted, G. S., to pay sundries 4 50 

King's Printer, distribution, 

5 00 cartage, 5.05; stationery, 

574.94; printing and binding, 

15 00 114.73; directories, 50.00; let- 

12 10 ter seal, 7.50 752 22 

Remington Typewriter Co., in- 

21 50 spection 1 00 

26 08 United Typewriter Co., inspec- 

55 00 tions, 70.00; supplies, 1.30 .. 71 30 



To provide for typewriters, cabinets and chairs ($422.50) 

United Typewriter Co., typewriters (3), 337.50; cabinets and chairs, 85.00 422 50 

Allowance to Usher for care of Robing Room '($50.00) 
R. A. Walker, allowance 50 00 



Weekly Court 

Salary ($1,800.00) 

Geo. M. Lee: Twelve months' salary as Registrar and Clerk 



1,800 00 



Contingencies"($27.06) 



Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list.. 

King's Printer, distribution, 

cartage, 35c; stationery, 1.50; 



3 00 



directory, 10.00; printing and 
binding, 12.21 



24 06 



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51 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Surrogate Court. 
Salaries ($3,850.00) 

C. J. MclCaJbe: Twelve months' salary as (Surrogate Clerk 2,150 00 

W. !S. Anderson: do Clerk 1,400 00 

F. B. Reade: do Stenographer (part time) 300 00 



Can. Legal Pub. Co., legal charts 
and law lists 

Corrie, Jas., extra services as 
clerk at 25.00 per month 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps 



Contingencies ($209.54) 



9 00 

62 50 
2 25 



King's Printer, distribution, 
cartage, 90c. ; stationery, 
119.74; printing, 11.25; atlas, 



3.90 



135 79 



Commutation of Fees, Surrogate Judges and Local Masters ($35,477.59) 

His Honor Judge McDonald: Twelve months' commutation as Surrogate Judge 960 00 

do Benson: Five do 415 00 

do Ward: iSeven do 573 48 

do Winchester: Three do 648 00 

do Price: Five do 310 00 

do Hardy: Twelve do 875 00 

do Doyle: do 1,000 00 

do Barron: do 8-73 00 

do MacWatt: do 1,000 00 

do Finkle: do 1,000 00 

do Chadwick: do 1,000 00 

do Fraleck: do 985 00 

do Vance: do 1,000 00 

do Carman: do 900 00 

do Deroche: Allowance out of surplus surrogate fees, 1913.. 1 44 

do iErmatinger: do .... 195 25 

do Dowlin: do 197 50 

do Holt: do .... 666 00 

do Jamieson: do .... 666 00 

do Klein: do 253 00 

do Liddell: do 173 25 

do Reade: do 625 50 

do Reynolds: do 208 55 

do Rogers: do 491 44 

do Sutherland: do 322 25 

do Taylor: do 260 77 

do Wismer: do " 457 78 

James O'Reilly: Twelve months' salary as Local Master 440 00 

W.H.Kingston: do do 2,000 00 

His Honor Judge Klein: do do 400 00 

do Barron: - do do 850 00 

S. S. Lazier: do do 3,000 00 

J. W. IS. Corley: Allowance as Crown Attorney, Toronto 4,000 00 

do do for assistance 2,000 00 

His Honor Judge iStone: Allowance as District Judge (R.S.O., 1914, chap. 58) 500 00 

do Hewson: do 500 00 

do IMahaffy: do 500 00 

do Valin: do 500 00 

do Leask: do 500 00 

do McCurry: do 125 00 

do Powell: do 321 89 

do Chappie: do 500 00 

do Fitch: do 500 00 

do Kehoe: do 500 00 

do O'Leary: do 500 00 

do McKay: do ■ 500 00 

do McFadden: do 500 00 

do (arrears to October 31, 1913) 162 94 

do Hartman: do 500 00 

do . (arrears to October 31, 1913) 119 55 



52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Inspection of Legal Offices. 

Salaries ($4,550.00) 

J. W. Mallon : Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,900 00 

W. F. Grant: do Clerk and Stenographer 1,650 00 



Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list. . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 
Carswell Co., subscription, Out. 

Weekly Reporter 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., copies 

of Guide 

Crashley, T., cartage 

Dom. Express Co., charges 



Contingencies ($263 46) 

3 00 Hubertus, M., postage stamps. 

1 40 King's Printer, distribution, 

35 cartage, 2.35; stationery, 

114.09; printing and binding, 

10 00 62.32; directory 10.00; atlas, 

3.90 

1 00 Robinson, N., services re pre- 

75 paration of report 

3 60 Wynn, G., typewriting 



40 00 



192 66 

5 00 
5 70 



Allowance in lieu of travelling: expenses ($500 00) 

J. W. Mallon, allowance 



500 00 



Inspection of Division Courts. 

Salaries ($7,950.00) 

J. B. Macdonald: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 2,250 00 

P. W. Macqueen: do Asst. Inspector 1,800 00 

W.W.Ellis: do Clerk 1,800 00 

H.A.Locke: do do 1,400 00 

M.E.Tracy: do do and .Stenographer 700 00 



Contingencies ($1,590.64) 



C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegram... 

Can : Legal Pub. Co., law list. . 

Despatch and Tribune, adver- 
tising 

Ellis, W. W., trav. expenses . . . 

Globe Printing Co., subscription 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

Hubertus, M., postage stamps. 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 
age 

International Ry. Pub. Co., sub- 
scription 



25 
3 00 

7 50 
732 40 



00 
51 

00 

86 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 115.67; directory, 
10.00; atlas, 3.90; printing and 
binding, 100.63; paper, 44.32 274 52 
Locke, H. A., trav. expenses. . 202 35 
Macdonald, J. B., trav. expenses 262 25 
Mail and Empire, subscription. 3 00 
Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets. . 5 00 
United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 12 00 



2 00 



Land Titles Office. 



Salaries ($17,775.00) 

J. G. Scott: Twelve months' salary as Master of Titles 4,000 00 

G. H. Muirhead: do Asst. do 2,600 00 

W.J.Lander: do Chief Clerk 1,550 00 

W. G. Yelland: do Clerk 1,300 00 

A. W. Knight: do do 1,150 00 

T. E. IMoberly: do do 1,200 00 

W.F.Young: do do 950 00 

E. Cassidy: do do 1,050 00 

Percy D. Ham : do do 800 00 

Alice IMunro : do do and iStenographer 775 00 

Bernard Durant: Six do Messenger 350 00 

S.Mercer: Twelve do do 600 00 

E. Pollard : do Clerk 750 00 

C. Clarke: do do 700 00 



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53 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Land Titles Office.— Continued. 



Occasional clerical and stenographic assistance ($174.24) 



Moore, F. S., services as clerk 
at 50.00 per month 



120 24 



Scott, H. E., services as clerk 
at 2.00 per diem 



54 00 



Registration and index books ($171.75) 

King's Printer, distribution, books and registers 171 75 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($26.83) 
King's Printer, distribution, binding 



26 83 



Stationery and Contingencies ($441.66) 



Can. Legal Pub. Co., law list. 3 00 

Doust, Jos., forms 1 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., twine . . 20 

Gripton, C, rubbber stamps and 

supplies 8 14 

Harcourt, E. H.„ 'Co., repairing 

registers 57 25 

King's Printer, distribution, 

cartage, 5.80; stationery, 



171.20; printing and binding, 
64.00; directory, 10.00; scale, 
12.50; atlas, 3.90; paper, 6.25. 273 65 
Map, The, Co., map of (Toronto. 7 50 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 18 00 
iScott, J. G., trav. expense, re 

inspection of Sudbury office.. 48 92 
United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions 24 00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($11.45) 
King's Printer, distribution, binding 



11 45 



Fittings and furniture ($7.50) 



United Typewriter Co., chair. 



7 50 



Local Masters of Titles in Districts ($7,875.65) 



W. L. Haight: . Allowance 
Judge iMcCurry : 

do 
J. E. Lount: 

do 
J. M. Munro: 

do 
R. E. Preston: 

do 
W. J. Keating: 

do 
J. R. Abrey: 
S. Fournier: 

do 
J. M. Deacon: 
W. H. Lewis: 



Local iMaster, 
do 

do 

do 

do 



do 



do 

do 
do 



Parry iSound. 200 00 

do 206 60 

sntering patents, 1912-13 185 30 

Bracebridge 300 00 

entering patents, 1912-13 17190 

Port Arthur 600 00 

entering patents, 1912-13 938 90 

Kenora 400 00 

entering patents, 1912-13 525 50 

Port Frances 480 00 

entering patents, 1912-13 64 35 

Gore Bay, entering patents, 1912-13 18 30 

Sudbury 600 00 

entering patents, 1912-13 2,284 80 

North Bay 300 00 

Haileybury 600 00 



Travelling expenses (Inspection) ($48.47) 

Scott, J. G., travelling expenses 



48 47 



Registry and index books ($998.04) 

Dom. Express Co. charges 44 29 King's Printer, 



distribution, 
registers and books 953 75 



Forms and other contingencies ($889.62) 



Bureau of Mines, mining leases 35 50 

Can. Express Co., charges 45 

Can. (Northern Express Co., 

charges ( 1 25 



Cotter, A., repairs to water 

boiler 5 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 40 69 

Grand and Toy, stationery 16 60 



54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
Local Masters of Titles in Districts.— Continued. 

Forms and other contingencies. — Continued. 

Gripton, €., rubber stamps and 316.38; printing and binding, 

supplies 28 33 '290.79; paper, 119.88 727 30 

Johnston Hardware Co., clean- Postmaster, postage stamps 24 00 

ing stove pipes 1 50 Scott and Hudson Building Co., 

King's Printer, distribution, putting on storm sash 180 

cartage, 25c; stationery, Stubbs, iS. P., services unpacking 

books, etc 7 20 

Office rent, Sault Ste. Marie ($350 00) 

Calder and McKinnon, 3 months' Ganley, J., 9 months' rent of 

rent of office 87 50 office 262 50 

Fuel, light and attendance ($708.66) 

Fort Frances, Town of, light.. 9 00 ton, 252.45; wood at 5.00 per 

Johanson, J., electrical fittings. 1 80 cord, 30.00 530 60 

Kenora, Town of, electric light, Stamp, E., services cleaning of- 

33.35; electric bulbs, 21.27; fices, etc 36 00 

water. 5.26 59 88 Stamp, John, attending furnace 12 00 

Murphy Bros., nut coal, at 9.75 Wells Hardware Co., nut coal, 

per ton, 248.15; at 9.90 per 5 tons 1,700 lbs 59 38 

Fittings and furniture ($12.00) 

White, W. W., office chair and repairs 12 00 

Registry and index books, unpaid accounts, 1913 ($75.13) 

King's Printer, distribution, stationery, 15.00; binding, 60.13 75 13 

Clerical work and other expenses at Sudbury and North Bay in connection 
with transfer to Haileybury office ($838 35) 

S. Fournier, services and expenses re transfer of registers, books, etc., from 

iSudbury 838 35 

Drainage Trials Act. 

Salaries ($5,300.00) 

Geo. F. Henderson: Twelve months' salary as Referee 3,500 00 

E. I. iScully: do iStenographer 900 00 

L. M. 'Sager: do do 900 00 

Contingencies ($566.25) 

Can. Express Co., charges 85 King's Printer, distribution 

Dom. Express Co., charges 65 stationery 73 45 

Henderson, G. F., trav. expenses 449 90 Sager, L. IM., trav. expenses 41 40 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Pleas ($16,532.00) 

k of the Crown and Pleas, Brant 450 00 

do Bruce 450 00 

do Carleton 450 00 

do Dufferin 450 00 

do Elgin 450 00 

do Essex 337 50 

do do 112 50 

do Frontenac . . 450 00 

do Grey 500 00 

do Haldimand. . 400 00 

do Halton 400 00 

do Hastings . . . 450 00 



J. T. Hewitt: Salary as D< 


jputy < 


M. Goetz: 


do 


H. Pratt: 


do 


J. A. V. Preston: 


do 


D. McLaws: 


do 


F. Cleary: 


do 


H. Clay: 


do 


T. M. Asselstine: 


do 


W. A. Bishop: 


do 


J. C. Eccles: 


do 


W. J. MoClenahan: 


do 


J. Williams: 


do 



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55 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Deputy Clerks of the Crown and Pleas.— Continued. 

D. McDonald : Salary as Deputy Clerk of the Crown and Pleas : Huron 500 00 

J. Holmes: do do Kent 450 00 

A. Saunders: do do Lamhton — 450 00 

W. P. McEwen: do do [Lanark 450 00 

O. K. Fraser: do do Leeds and 

Grenville.. 500 00 
W. P. Deroche: do do Lennox and 

Addington.. 400 00 

J. Clench: do do Lincoln 450 00 

E.Weld: do do Middlesex... 500 00 

C.C. Rapelje: do do Norfolk 450 00 

J. T. Field: do do Northumber- 

land and 

Durham . . 500 00 

H. Bascom: do do Ontario 450 00 

J. Canfield: do do Oxford 450 00 

J.B.Dixon: do do Peel 400 00 

N.Gilbert: do do Prince Ed- 
ward 400 00 

E. (Sydney ISmith: do do Perth 450 00 

G. J. Sherry: do do Peterborough 450 00 
J. Belanger: do do Prescott and 

Russell ... 450 00 

J. McCosh: do do iSimcoe "500 00 

J. A. McDougald: do do iS t o rmont, 

Dundas and 

Glengarry . 500 00 

H. W. Perrett: do do (Renfrew . . 400 00 

J. M. iSootheran: do do Victoria .... 450 00 

E. J. Beaumont: do do Waterloo .... 450 00 

J. E. Cohoe: do do Welland 532 00 

T. H. A. Begue: do do Wentworth.. 500 00 

C. V. Plummer: do do Algoma 100 00 

T. IS. T. Smellie: do do Thunder Bay 100 00 

E. Jordan: do do Parry Sound. 100 00- 

I. Huber: do do Muskoka ... 100 00 

T. J. Bourke: do do Nipissing . . . 100 00 

J. D. Shipley: do do Sudbury 100 00 



Deputy Clerks of the Crown as Local Registrars ($7,380.50) 

J. T. Hewitt: iSalary as Registrar, Brant 225 00 

M. Goetz: do Bruce 225 00 

J. A. V. Preston: do Dufferin 225 00 

D. McLaws: do Ertgin 225 00 

F. Cleary: do Essex 168 75 

H.Clay: do .do 56 25 

T. M. Asselstine: do Frontenac 225 00 

W. A. Bishop : do Grey 250 00 

J. C. Eccles: do Haldimand 200 00 

W. J. McClenahan: do Halton 200 00 

D. McDonald: do Huron 250 00 

J. Holmes: do Kent 225 00 

A. iSaunders: do Lambton 225 00 

W. P. McEwen : do Lanark 225 00 

O. K. Fraser: do Leeds and Grenville 250 00" 

W. P. Deroche: do Lennox and Addington 200 00 

J. Clench: do Lincoln 225 00 

C. C. Rapelje: do Norfolk 225 00 

J. T. Field: do Northumberland and Durham 250 00 

H. Bascom: do Ontario 225 00 

J.B.Dixon: do Peel 200 00 

N. Gilbert: do Prince Edward 200 00 

E. Sydney Smith: do Perth 225 00 

G. J. Sherry: do Peterborough 225 00 



56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Deputy Clerks of the Crown as Local Registrars.— Continued. 



J. Belanger: Salary as Registrar 


J. MoCosh: 


do 


J. A. McDougald : 


do 


H. W. Perrett: 


do 


J. M. Sootheran: 


do 


E. J. Beaumont: 


do 


J. E. Cohoe: 


do 


T. H. A. ©egue: 


do 


C. V. Plummer: 


do 


T. S. T. Smellier 


do 


E. Jordan: 


do 


I. Huber: 


do 


T. J. Bourke: 


do 


J. D. Shipley: 


do 


T. J. Meagher: 


do 



Prescott and Russell 

Simcoe , 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. 

Renfrew , 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wentworth * 

Algoma 

Thunder Bay 

Parry Sound 

Muskoka 

Nipisslng 

Sudbury 

Temiskaming 



Crown Counsel Prosecutions ($9,939.18) 



Services Spring Assizes, 1912: — 

Simcoe: Boys, W. A 

Services Fall Assizes, 1912: — 

Parry Sound: Davidson, N. P. 
Services Fall Assizes, 1913: — 

Brant: Drew, J. J 

Brant: Wilkes, A. J 

Dufferin: Robb, G 

Essex: Meredith, E 

Grey : Young, McGregor 

Halton: Kilmer, G. H 

Hastings: Hutcheson, J. A... 

Huron: Holmes, D 

Leeds and Grenville: Stewart, 
H. A 

Lennox and Addington: Wil- 
son, H. M 

Manitoulin: McRae, W. F 

Northumberland and Dur- 
ham: Gamble, H. D 

Ontario: Creswicke, A. E. H. 

Oxford: Meredith, E '.. 

Oxford, Ball, R. N 

Peel: Davidson, N. F 

Perth : Makins, J. iC 

Rainy River: Drew, J. J.... 

Temiskaming: :Smiley, F. L. . 

Welland: DuVernet, E. E. A. 
Services Winter Assizes, 1913-14: 

Carleton: Peter White 

Middlesex: McKillop, J. B... 

Thunder Bay: Langworthy, 
W. F 

Thunder Bay: White, P 

Services (Spring Assizes, 1914: — 

Algoma: Gamble, H. D 

Brant: Charlton, W. M 

Bruce: Collings, A 

Carleton: Cote, Louis 

Carleton: Prihgle, R. A 

Dufferin: Island, J. L 

Elgin: Hollinrake, W. A 

Essex: Mills, W 

Frontenac: Rigney, T. J 

Grey: Tucker, H. G 

Hastings: Mikel, W. C 



20 


00 


25 


00 


81 


00 


30 


00 


,20 


00 


300 


00 


178 


00 


52 


00 


112 


00 


110 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


10 


00 


106 


00 


167 


00 


400 


00 


30 


00 


162 


00 


56 


00 


450 


00 


10 


00 


162 


00 


474 


00 


20 


00 


50 


00 


475 


00 


425 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


376 


00 


20 


00 


100 


00 


83 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 



74 00 



Haldimand: Arrell, H 

Halton: Bradon, J. A. E 

Huron: Holmes, D 

Kent: Smith: H. D 

Kent: Meredith, E 

Kenora: MacGillivray, J. F. . 

Lambton : Drew, J. J 

Lanark: White, P 

Leeds and Grenville: Stewart, 
H. A 

Lennox and Addington: Pres- 
ton, D. H 

Lincoln: Bell, C. W 

Muskoka: Johnson, Thos 

Nipissing: Davidson, N. iF... 

Norfolk: Agar, T. J 

Northumberland and Durham : 
Young, McGregor 

Ontario: Creswicke, A. E. H. 

Oxford: Arnoldi, F 

Parry Sound: Haight, W. L.. . 

Perth : Makins, J. C 

Peterborough: Ruddy, R 

Prescott and Russell: O'Brian, 
C. G 

Prince Edward: Walmsley, T. 

Simcoe: Radenhurst, G. A. .. 

Stormont, Dundas, and Glen- 
garry: Smith, A. L 

Stormont, Dundas, and Glen- 
garry: Hutcheson, J. A 

Sudbury: White, P 

Temiskaming: White, W. R... 

Thunder Bay: White, P 

Victoria: Hopkins, G. H 

Waterloo: Bowlby, D. S 

Welland: Rose,, H. A 

Wellington: McDonald, A. H. 

Wentworth: Ross, M. L 

Wentworth: Gwyn, H. C 

York: DuVernet, E. E. A 

Services Summer Assizes, 1914: 

Manitoulin: McRae, W. F. .. 
Services Fall Assizes, 1914: — 

Algoma: Gamble, H. D 

Brant: Baird, A. L 



225 


00 


250 00 


250 00 


200 


00 


225 


00 


225 


00 


268 


00 


250 


00 


50 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


37 50 


20 


00 


26 


00 


20 00 


20 00 


400 00 


26 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


37 


00 


10 


00 


155 


00 


52 00 


244 


00 


400 00 


17 


00 


52 


00 


96 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 00 


106 


00 


600 00 


182 


18 


348 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


10 


00 


20 


00 


181 


00 


800 


00 


10 


00 


306 


00 


20 


00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



57 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Crown Counsel Prosecutions. — Continued. 



Dufferin: Irwin, W. N 


20 00 


Frontenac: Mundel, W 


20 00 


Haldimand: Arrell, H 


20 00 


Halton: Braden, J. A. B 


20 00 


Huron: Tucker, H. G 


26 00 


Kent: Stewart, J. C 


20 00 


Kenora: MacGillivray, J. F.. 


10 00 


Lanark: MoCue, W 


20 00 


Leeds and Grenville: Stewart 




H. A 


20 00 


Manitoulin: McRae, W. F. . 


10 00 



Ontario: Creswicke, A. E. H. 150 00 

Peel: Young, McGregor 120 00 

Perth: Blewett, F. R 20 00 

Peterborough: Ruddy, R 20 00 

Prince Edward: Young, E. M. 20 00 

Simcoe: Radenhurst, G. A... 20 00 
Thunder Bay: Langworthy, 

W. F 137 00 

Waterloo: Bowlby, D. S 20 00 

Welland: Rose, H. A 20 00 



General Administration of Justice in Counties ($132,363.39) 



Brant, Foster A. 
September quarter/13 649 69 
December " '13. 1,371 91 
March " '14. 966 59 



Bruce, Robertson, N. 




December quarter '12. 


725 89 


March " '13. 


685 31 


June " '13. 


639 09 


September " '13. 


465 86 



Carleton, Reilly, H. 
March quarter '13. 1,721 12 
June " '13. 2,349 64 

September " *13. 2,349 13 
December " '13. 2,816 83 



Dufferin, Wheelock, C. R 



September quarter '13. 
December " '13. 
March " '14. 



Elgin, McCausland, J. 
June quarter '13. 

September " '13. 
December " '13. 



Essex, Wintemute, M. H. 

June quarter '13. 1,375 61 

September " '13. 952 79 

Millen, Jno. F. 
December quarter '13. 2,295 88 
March " '14. 1,518 72 



R. 




. 227 


82 


467 


13 


187 


23 


981 


92 


1,266 


97 


623 


38 



Frontenac, Purdy D. 
June quarter '13. 
September " '13. 
December " '13. 

March " '14. 



450 09 
666 28 
896 67 
618 85 



2,988 19 



2,516 15 



9,236 72 



882 18 



2,872 27 



6,143 00 



Grey, Parker, S. J. 

September quarter '13/ 483 09 

December " '13. 1,568 65 

March " '14. 705 40 

June " '14. 745 24 



Haldimand, Snider, T. A. 
September quarter '13. 925 53 
December " '13. 277 19 

Werner, L. 
March quarter '14. 226 23 



Halton, Hutcheon, D. 




March quarter '13. 


381 22 


June " '13. 


597 92 


September " '13. 


776 47 


December " '13. 


697 44 


March " '14. 


510 04 



Hamilton, Leckie, W. R. 

September quarter'13. 453 95 

December " '13. 841 20 

March " '14. 741 70 



2,631 89 



Hastings, Mallory, B. 
June quarter '13. 
September " '13. 
December " '13. 


1,238 10 
1,378 52 
2,498 82 


Huron, Holmes, W. 
September quarter'13 
December " '13. 
March " '14. 


782 14 

1,485 37 

570 39 


Kent, Fleming, J. C. 
June quarter '13. 
September " '13. 
December - '13. 
March " '14. 


1,160 15 

818 45 

1,746 88 

1,761 65 



3,502 38 



1,428 95 



2,963 09 



2,036 85 



5,115 44 



2,837 90 



5,487 13 



58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
General Administration of Justice in Counties.— Continued. 



Lambton, Ingram, H. 

September quarter'13. 522 92 
December " '13. 1,027 66 
March " '14. 719 79 



Lanark, Code, Jno. 




iSeptember quarter'13. 


413 65 


December " '13. 


760 58 


March " '14. 


369 61 


June " '14. 


617 54 



Leeds and Grenville, Jelly, R. J. 
September quarter'13. 913 02 
December. " '13. 1,514 77 
March " '14. 542 36 



2,270 37 



2,161 38 



2,970 15 



Lennox and Addington, Shannon, 
W. J. 
June quarter '13. 491 87 
September " '13. 156 46 
December " '13. 841 70 
March " '14. 605 96 



Peel, Crawford, R. 

September quarter,'13. 428 73 

December " '13. 918 97 

March " '14. 501 44 

June " '14. 505 71 



eterborough, Elliott, E. 


M. 


June quarter, '13. 


818 74 


September " '13. 


648 90 


December " '13. 


903 38 


March " '14. 


810 61 



Perth, Hamilton, G. 
September quarter,'13. 444 96 
December, " '13.1,212 60 
March " '14. 933 50 



Prince Edward, Bongard, D. L. 
December quarter, '13. 400 48 
March " '14. 235 87 

June " '14. 173 13 



2,354 85 



2.095 99 



3,181 63 



2,591 06 



809 48 



Lincoln, Wismer, C. 
December quarter '12. 1,085 66 



March 

June 

September 

December 

March 



926 33 
890 28 
856 39 
'13. 1,572 27 
'14. 767 27 



13. 
'13. 
13. 



Norfolk, Crysler, R 






June quarter 


13. 


1,127 82 


September " 


13. 


831 41 


December " 


13. 


721 91 


March 


14. 


766 64 



Northumberland and Durham, 

MacNachtan, N. F*_ 

September quarter ,13 1,145 34 

December " 13.1,727 52 

March " 14. 753 71 



Ontario, McKay, D. 
December quarter/12. 1,476 91 
March " 13. 792 63 

June " 13. 431 88 

September " 13. 1,021 40 



6,098 20 



3,447 78 



3,626 57 



3,722 82 



Prescott and Russell, Belanger, J. 
September quarter,13. 508 28 
December " 13. 7'80 85 



Renfrew, Henderson, T. 

June quarter, 13. 484 34 

September " 13. 471 63 

December " 13. 714 02 

March " 14. 639 93 



Simooe, Quinlan, D. 

March quarter, 13. 982 61 

June " 13. 986 37 

September " 13. 954 47 

December " 13. 1,031 15 



Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 



Simpson, J. R. 
June quarter, 

September 
December " 
March 



13. 738 24 

13. 855 54 

13.1,303 17 

14.1,623 94 



Toronto, Patterson, Jno. 
September quarter, 13. 



1,289 13 



2,309 92 



3,954 60 



4,520 89 



536 49 



Oxford, Mcintosh, R. 

September quarter,13. 469 98 
December " 13.1,291 37 
March " 14. 743 40 



2,504 75 



Victoria, McNeillie, J. R. 

September quarter,13. 492 41 

December " 13. 472 25 

March " 14. 447 71 



1.412 37 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



59 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



General Administration of Justice in Counties.— Continued. 



Waterloo, Bowman, 
June quarter, 
September " 
December " 
March 
June 

September " 
December " 



H. J. 

'12. 483 47 

'12.1,023 34 

'12. 960 09 

'13. 693 90 

'13. 1,036 74 

'13. 918 56 

'13. 1,2-34 38 



Wellington, Reynolds, E. L. 
September quarter/13. 673 09 

Fox, G. H. 
December quarter/13. 1,388 73 
March " '14. 535 07 



Wentworth, Cochrane, A. 
September quarter/13 3,490 13 
December " '13. 4,250 65 
March " '14.3,766 52 



York, Macdonald, J. K 
December quarter, '12. 
September " '13. 
December " '13. 



6,350 48 



2,596 89 



. 802 


45 


. 599 


90 


. 590 


61 



11,507 30 



1,992 96 



York and Toronto, Patterson, J. 
September quarter, '13 6,736 71 

Other expenses in Counties: 
Carleton: — 
Boyd, A. B., trav. expenses, 

re extradition J. C. Miller 51 45 
Welland:— 
Greer, Wm., trav. expenses, 
re extradition of H. S. 

Jennings 12 30 

Kelly, A., services as con- 
stable at 50.00 per month 200 00 
York: — 

Boyd, A. B., trav. expenses, 
re extradition, M. A. 

Shaw 46 40 

Secretary of State, U. iS, A., 
expenses, re extradition of 
M. A. Shaw, 24.70; ex- 
penses, re_ extradition of 

A. Dickson, 27'.58 52 28 

Thiel Detective Agency, ser- 
vices of operative, re Bar- 
low Agency 15 00 

General: — 
Broddy, Geo., services and 
expenses as constable at 
Fall Fairs 301 05 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($9,767.69) 



Brant: Foster, A. June quar- 
ter, '13 1,240 86 

Haldimand: Snider, T. A. June 

quarter, '13 1,003 29 

Leeds and Grenville: Jelly, R. J. 

June quarter, '13 628 09 

Peel: Crawford, R. June quar- 
ter, '13 687 90 



Perth: Hamilton, G. June quar- 
ter, '13 556 50 

Prince Edward: Bongard, D. L. 

September quarter, '13 143 00 

Toronto: Patterson, J. March 

quarter, '13 4,850 12 

York: Macdonald, J. K. 
March quarter, '13. 400 81 
June " '13. 257 12 

657 93 



Salary of Bailiff ($1,250.00) 

J. J. Ryan: Twelve months' salary as Bailiff 



1,250 00 



Travelling Expenses of Bailiff and Prisoners ($11,324.95) 

Baker, W. A., trav. expenses.. 22 80 Scott, L., trav. expenses . 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, handcuffs.. 22 05 Simser, P., trav. expenses. 

Ryan, J. J., trav. expenses 9,626 60 



4 95 
1,648 55 



Railway Fares and Clothing of Discharged Prisoners, Central Prison, Including 
Clothing of Bailiff ($12,027.34) 



Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., hats . . 238 88 

Applegath, Jesse, hats 6 00 

Brock, W. R., Co., clothing .... 966 58 

C. P. Ry. Co., fares of prisoners 2,712 60 
Caulfeild, Burns & Gibson, Ltd., 

clothing 235 80 

Dineen, W. & D., Co., fur cap . . 15 00 

Garside & White, boots 733 30 

G. T. Ry. System, fares of pris- 
oners 3,304 18 



Grand & Toy, envelopes and 

shipping tags 8 20 

Guinane, Jno., boots 10 00 

Johnston, W. R., & Co., clothing 623 66 

Kilgour Bros., flour sacks 27 00 

McLaren & Dallas, boots 385 34 

Ontario Reformatory Industries, 

clothing 2,722 30 

Simpson, Robt, Co., clothing. . 38 50 



60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Railway Fares and Clothing of Discharged Prisoners, Central Prison, Including 
Clothing of Bailiff.— Continued. 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($298.00) 



Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., hats . 103 v 25 

Applegath, Jesse, hat 3 00 

Brock, W. R., Co., clothing 33 35 

Caulfeild, Burns & Gibson, cloth- 
ing 78 20 



Garside & White, boots 

Guinane, Jno., boots 

Simpson, Robt., Co., clothing. 



52 20 

4 00 

24 00 



Railway Fares and Clothing of Discharged Prisoners, Mercer Reformatory ($304.75) 

Mercer Reformatory, clothing . 85 25 



McKenzie, Thos., fares of pris 
oners 



219 50 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($48.87) 
Brock, W. R., Co., clothing 36 87 Mercer Reformatory, clothing 



Special Services ($819.21) 



S. W. Burns, legal services and 
disbursements, re Attorney 
General vs. Stewart 



119 21 



Code & Burritt, legal services,re 
Dominion Legislation 



12 00 



700 00 



Sheriffs' Fees, etc. ($14,205.41) 



Attendance at Court as Sheriff: 

Brant: Ross, W. W 

Bruce r Jermyn, D. M 

Carleton: Richardson, C. C 

Elgin: McColl, D 

Essex: D'Avignon, J. E. ... 

Frontenac: Dawson, T 

Grey: Moore, C. H 

Haldimand: McConnell, M. . 

Halton: Webster, S 

Hastings: Morrison, M. D. . 

Huron: Reynolds, R. G 

Kent: Gemmill, J. R 

Lambton: Flintoft, J 

Lanark: McMartin, I>. G. . 
Leeds and Grenville: McCam< 

mon, J. A 

Lennox and Addington: Haw 

ley, G. D 

Lincoln: Dawson, P. C. ... 
Middlesex: Cameron, D. M. 

Norfolk: Snider, P. S 

Northumberland and Durham 

Nesbit, D. J 

Ontario: Paxton, J. P 

Oxford: McGhee, Wm 

Peel: Henderson, N 

Perth: Magwood T 

Peterborough: Hall, J. A. . 
Prince Edward: Gibson, J.. 
Rainy River: Baker, W. A. . 

(Renfrew : Morris, A 

Simcoe: Harvey, W. M. ... 
Stormont, Dundas and Glen 

garry: Mack, w. R 

Temiskaming: Caldbeck, G 

Toronto, Mowat, P 

Victoria: McLennan, J. . , 
Victoria: Vrooman, A. E. 
Waterloo: Lackner, H. G. 



59 75 


84 


2 r > 


602 


00 


57 


50 


216 


75 


90 


50 


180 


50 


71 


00 


50 


50 


252 


50 


126 


50 


148 


25 


116 


25 



35 00 



44 50 



28 


25 


96 


75 


473 


00 


88 


00 


172 


50 


26 


00 


90 


50 


136 


00 


91 


25 


141 


50 


27 


00 


10 


25 


19 


50 


219 


75 


89 


25 


35 


00 


,065 


00 


32 


50 


18 


50 


92 


50 



Welland: Smith, J 89 00 

Wellington: Allan, A. S. . . 94 00 

Wentworth: Middleton, J. F.. 130 50 

York: McCowan, A 3,859 50 



Attendance at Court as D. C. C. 
Algoma: Plummer, C. V. . . 

Brant: Hewitt, X. T 

Bruce: Goetz, M 

Carleton: Bishop, J 

Carleton: Pratt, H 

Dufferin: Preston, J. A. V. .. 

Elgin: McLaws, D 

Essex: Cleary, P 

Essex: Cleary, E. A. , 

Essex : Clay, H 

Frontenac: Asselstine, T. M. 

Grey: Bishop, W. A 

Haldimand: Eccles, J. C 

Halton: McClenahan, W. J. . 

Hastings: Williams, J 

Huron : McDonald, D 

Kent: Holmes, Jas 

Lambton: Saunders, A 

Lanark: McEwen, Wm. P. . . 
Leeds and Grenville: Praser, 

O. K. 

Leeds and Grenville: Hume, 

G. B 

Lennox and Addington: De- 

roche, W. P 

Middlesex: Weld, E 

Muskoka: Huber, Isaac .... 

Nipissing: Bourke, T. J 

Norfolk: Rapelje, C. C 

Northumberl and and Durham : 

Field, J. T 

Ontario: Bascom, H 

Oxford: Canfield, J» 

Oxford: McMullen, W. T. . ... 



48 


04 


52 


10 


32 


04 


44 


00 


152 


17 


20 


18 


40 


12 


64 


42 


40 


00 


40 


04 


48 


16 


68 


00 


4 


06 


12 


10 


52 


25 


49 


05 


52 


25 


32 


25 


20 


04 



28 12 
4 00 



44 30 


264 


25 


20 


04 


44 


40 


36 


41 


56 


54 


40 


00 


24 32 


12 


00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



61 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued, 



Sheriffs' Fees, etc.— Continued. 



Parry Sound: Jordan, E 

Peel : Dixon, J. B 

Perth: Smith, E. S 

Peterborough: Sherry, G. J. 

Prince Edward: Gilbert, N. . 

Presoott and Russell: Belan- 
ger, J 

Renfrew : Perrett, H. W. . . 

Simcoe: McCosh, J. W 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry: McDougald, J. A... 

Sudbury: Shipley, J. D 

Temiskaming: Meagher, T. J. 

Thunder Bay: Smellie, T. S. 
T 

Victoria: iSootheran, J. H. .. 

Waterloo: Bowlby, H. S 

Waterloo: Beaumont, E. J... 

Welland: Cohoe, J. E 

Wellington: Kingston, W. H. 

Wentworth: Begue, T. H. A. 

Attendance at Court as Crier :- 

Brant: Peddie, W 

Carleton: Hollingsworth, G.. 

Elgin: Hopkins, J 

Frontenac: Bradshaw, J. W. 

Grey: Pearce, C. C 

Haldimand: Sheppard J. W... 
Hastings: McKeown, W 



16 


10 


40 


50 


56 


18 


40 


18 


16 


00 


4 


08 


20 


00 


64 


00 


48 


06 


12 


00 


100 


00 


112 


00 


12 


00 


32 


83 


8 


00 


28 


19 


36 


16 


192 


63 


3 


85 


42 


00 


12 


75 


23 


00 


10 


00 


14 


00 


59 


75 



Huron : Knox, J 

Lambton : McDonald, R 

Lanark : Burris, R 

Leeds and Grenville: Dyer, H. 

Lincoln: Kennedy, W. F 

Middlesex: Watterworth, B. F. 

Norfolk: Jackson, F 

Northumberland and Durham: 
Smith, W. H 

Ontario: Campbell, B. F 

Perth: Campbell, W 

Prince Edward: Ringer, W. R. 

Peterborough : Wood, W 

Renfrew: Brown, W 

Simcoe: Wesley, )S 

iSimcoe: Beardsley, A. W. ... 

Simcoe: Smith, F. M 

Toronto: Brodie, A. W 

Wellington, Jasper, R. J 

Wentworth: 'Stewart R 

York: Brodie, A. W 

do Powell, G. H 

Attendance at Court as Con- 
stable: — 

Huron: MoCreath, Wm 

do Cameron, A. D 

do Moore, W 

Wellington: Scott, J. H 

do Ogg, J 

do Young, W 



48 


75 


10 


75 


14 


00 


10 


00 


10 25 


80 


25 


14 


75 


39 


00 


4 


00 


13 


25 


6 


00 


35 


00 


6 


00 


8 


25 


18 


00 


24 


50 


,000 


00 


14 


75 


38 


75 


683 


50 


336 


00 


31 


50 


31 


50 


1 


50 


4 


50 


4 


50 


4 


50 



Judges' Petty Expense Fund ($1,325.00) 

Hon. Justice Middleton: Allowance Petty Expense Fund, 1913 and 1914 



1,325 00 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Northern Express Co., 

charges 1 00 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., Guides 24 25 



Seals and Other Contingencies ($84.10) 

40 



Dora. Express Co., 
King's Printer, 

stationery, 7.25; 

punches, 44.25 . . 



charges 

distribution, 
seals and 



6 95 



51 50 



Litigation of Constitutional Questions ($3,755.51) 

legal 



Blake & Redden, professional 
services re Insurance and 
Corporations, 2,956.50; bal- 
ance, 1912, Barnard v. Far- 
quharson, 566.63 3,523 13 

Can. Express Co., charges 1 60 

Can. (Law Book Co., Supreme 

Court reports 5 10 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 5 68 



Nesbitt, Wallace, legal ser- 
vices re Fisheries 125 00 

Etaney, W. E., legal services re 
Liquor License Act 60 00 

Registrar Supreme Court of 
Canada, Ontario's share print- 
ing Insurance and Companies 
Reference Judgment 35 00 



Provincial Police 

Salaries ($56,354.96) 

Jos. E. Rogers: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 3,200 00 

Wm. Greer: do Inspector 2,200 00 

J. Miller: do do 2,000 00 

H. Reburn: do do 1,600 00 

A. B. Boyd : do do 1,600 00 

W. J. Davies: do Secretary 1,900 00 

J. F. Mullin : do Messenger 332 00 



62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Provincial Police.— Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 



W. H. Mains: Twelve 


months' salary as 


Divisional 


G. McCurdy: 




do 




A. T. Rowell: 




do 




A. E. Storie: 




do 




W. H. Stringer: 




do 


Constable, 


0. H. Symons: 




do 


do 


F. A. VanNorman: 




do 


do 


S. G. Flanagan: 




do 


do 


J. A. Shields: 




do 


do 


G. Milligan: 




do 


do 


C. Knight: 




do 


do 


S. C. McElwain: 




do 


do 


T. Acton: EH even 




do 


do 


R. J. Markle: Twelve 




do 


do 


J. R. Dowd: 




do 


do 


T. D. Greenwood: 




do 


do 


P. Kelly: 




do 


do 


T. W. Delaney: 




do 


do 


M. McNamara: 




do 


do 


J. N. Pay: 




do 


do 


C. Wads worth: 




do 


do 


K. D. Campbell: 




do 


do 


J. D. Ovens: 




do 


do 


J. Lefebvre: 




do 


do 


R. J. Stall wood: 




do 


do 


R. T. Smith: Six 




do 


do 


W. W. Hemmingway: Twelve 


do 


do 


G. 0. Grassick: 




do 


do 


E. D. Jordon: 




do- 


do 


E. E. Orser: Eleven and two-thirds 


do 


J. Edwards: Twelve 


months' 


do 


J. P. Smith: 




do 


do 


A. R. Nash: 




do 


do 


F. Lefebvre: 




do 


do 


B.G.Williams: Two and one-half 


do 


R. G. Foster: Twelve 


months' 


do 


Wm. Simpson: 




do 


do 


C. A. Jordan: 




do 


do 


E. C. Carmichael: 




do 


do 


R. Allen: Nine 




do 


do 


H. J. Robinson : Three and one-half 


do 


J. E. Wilson: Twenty-seven 


days 


do 



Inspector, Niagara Falls 1,700 00 

do Fort William 1,500 00 

do Cobalt 1,500 00 

do Sudbury 1,400 00 

Fort William 1,200 00 

Port Arthur 1,200 00 

Webbwood 1,100 00 

iSault iSte. iMarie 1,100 00 

Gore Bay 1,000 00 

Elk Lake 1,100 00 

Byng Inlet 1,200 00 

(Muskoka 1,100 00 

iSarnia 1,008 33 

Cobalt . . . 1,100 00 

Bridgeburg 1,000 00 

Chippewa 1,100 00 

Niagara Falls 1,200 00 

do 1,100 00 

do 1,200 00 

do 1,100 00 

Queenston 1,000 00 

Fort ^ranees 1,200 00 

Rainy River 1,100 00 

North Cobalt 1,200 00 

Englehart 1,100 00 

Gowganda 546 00 

Michipicoten 1,100 00 

Schreiber 1,100 00 

South Porcupine 1,100 00 

Graham 1,061 27 

White River 1,083 32 

Walkerville 1,066 66 

Windsor 1,066 66 

North Bay 1,033 32 

Cochrane 196 00 

iSault iSte. IMarie 900 00 

Kenora '. 900 00 

Chapleau 983 33 

South Porcupine 900 00 

Cochrane 672 20 

'Cobalt 264 29 

do 41 58 



Contingencies ($462.18) 



Alexander Engraving Co., half 
tones 

Brown Bros., diaries 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., telegrams 

Circuit Guide Pub. Co., Guides 

Detective Pub. Co., subscriptions 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams... 

Gripton, C, repairing stamps.. 

House Postmaster, unpaid post- 



4 


00 


21 


00 


4 


30 




45 


34 


14 


2 


50 


8 


GO 


8 65 


6 


32 


3 


50 



2 42 



Hubertus, M., postage stamps.. 56 00 
King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 199.46; printing, 
51.03; paper, 1.11; directory, 

10.00; atlas, 3.90 265 50 

Lion Mfg. Co., club bag, battery 

and light 

Rogers, J. E., handcuff keys 

Sanderson Pearcy Co., furniture 

polish 

Sundry newspapers, subs 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tions , 12 00 



12 


60 


1 


80 


1 


00 


8 


00 


10 


00 



Accident Insurance of Officers and Constables ($472.50) 
London Guarantee and Accident Co., premiums on policies 



472 50 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



63 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Provincial Police.— Continued. 



Uniforms for Officers and Constables ($1,048.02) 



Ames, Holden, McCready, Ltd., 

boots 139 41 

Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., hats 

and caps 142 52 

Can. Express Co., charges 5 95 

Dom. Express Co., charges 7 50 



Holt Renfrew Co., repairing cap 3 00 
Lailey Trimble, Ltd., uniforms 634 18 
Lion Mfg. Co., whistles, flash- 
lights and clubs 90 45 

Tower Canadian, Ltd., raincoat, 

and hats 25 01 



Telephones and office rent ($503.45) 



Anderson & Logan, rent of office 
Niagara Falls 150 00 

Bell Tel. Co., rent of phones, 
Niagara Falls, 137.00; Sarnia, 
25.00; Sault Ste. Marie, 15.00; 
Sudbury, 30.00; Windsor, 50.00 257 00 



Fort Frances Tel. Co., rent of 
phone 

Fort William Public Utilities 
Committee, rent of phone 

Port Arthur, (Corporation of, 
rent of phone 



Travelling and other expenses ($6,661.57) 



Acton, T 

Allen, IR 

Campbell, K. D 

Carmichael, E. |C 

Delaney, T. W 

Dowd, J. R 

Edwards, J 

Flanagan, S. G 

Foster, R. G 

Gordon, E. A 

Grassick, G. O 

Greenwood, T. D 

Hemmingway, W. W 

Jordan, C. A 406 39 

Jordon, E. D 

Kelly, P 

Knight, C. H 

Lefebvre, J 

Lefebvre, F 

Mains, W. H 



24 85 Markle, R. J 

93 55 MoCurdy, G 

99 65 MoElwain, iS. C. , 

110 40 MdNamara, 1M. .. 

64 54 Milligan, G 

6 30 Orser, E. E 

425 30 Ovens, J. D 

405 54 Pay, J. N 

248 40 Robinson, H. J. . , 

32 90 Rowell, A. T 

181 45 Shields, J. A. 

2 00 Simpson, W. 

232 67 Smith, R. T 

Stallwood, R. J. 

116 90 Storie, A. E 

17 86 Stringer, W. H. 

122 13 Symons, C. W. . 

57 75 VanNorman, F. A. 

186 89 Williams, B. G. 

175 10 Wilson, J. E. ... 



45 


45 


36 


00 


15 


00 


181 


23 


524 


50 


140 


80 


31 


00 


64 


55 


246 


15 


363 


70 


27 


18 


4 


35 


254 


90 


193 


40 


323 


75 


27 


15 


54 


00 


331 


35 


356 


60 


187 


80 


306 


64 


17 


55 


4 


40 



Moving expenses of Constables and Divisional Inspectors ($24.30) 
G. McCurdy, moving expenses , 



24 30 



Travelling and other expenses of Superintendent attending International Association of Chiefs of 
Police and Canadian Chief Constables' Association ($103.32) 

J. E. Rogers, trav. expenses 103 32 

Grant to Chief Constables' Association of Canada to defray part of cost of supplying bulletin and 
report to High Constables and others, Miscellaneous ($300.00) 

Wm. Stark, iSecretary Treasurer, grant 300 00 



Revision of Statutes ($31,267.82) 

Berthon, C. IS., special services Heron, I., services at 1.50 per 

at 1.16% per diem 56 00 diem 39 00 

Can. Law Book Co., books 19 00 Hough, H., services as proof- 
Clarke, A. R., services at 1.50 reader at 12.13% per diem, 

per diem 45 00 182.00; at 3.50 per diem, 91.00 273 00 

Doane iBros., cab hire 13 25 Howard, R. H., & Co., cigars. . '. . 28 50 

Dymond, A. M., extra services . . 750 00 Kennin, F. N., special services 

Harman, Geo., legal services at at 30.00 per week 515 00 

26.66% per diem, 400.00; at 

200.00 per month, 200.00 60<0 00 



64 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No/1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



Revision of Statutes.— Continued. 

King's Printer, distribution, per diem, 166.00 468 00 

paper, 4,983.43; printing and Might Directories, press clip- 
binding, 22,653.80 27,637 23 pings 23 29 

Longstaffe, E., luncheons 13 80 United Typewriter Co., rental of 

Macbeth, H., special services at typewriters 36 75 

20.80 per diem; 312.00; at 6.00 Wilkinson, W. B., extra services 750 00 

Shorthand Reporters. 

Salaries ($16,800) 

E. Nield: Twelve months' salary as Reporter 2,100 00 

J ' E. Henderson: do do 2,100 00 

J. Buskard: do do 2,100 00 

E «E. Horton: do do 2,100 00 

P V.Dickson: do do 2,100 00 

N. R. Butcher: do do 2,100 00 

A P Lowry do do 2,100 00 

j'Agnew: do do 2,100 00 

Contingencies ($1,200.50) 

Allan W H, services as steno- Kenora, 116.05; to Port 

eranher 6 00 Arthur ' 65 ' 50 181 55 

aitLJt* tt' v QPrvipp«? renort- Horton, E. E., trav. expenses to 

Alward, H. V., services report Muskoka, 11.00; to North Bay, 

ing ° uu 37 50 4g 50 

Buskard, J., trav expenses to Lomas, P.' m!,' reporting Assizes', 

North Bay, 39.20; to Port lSault gte |Marie 15 30 

Arthur, 69.10; to lSault Ste. Lowry, A. P., trav. expenses to 

Marie, 44.55; to iSudbury, Haileybury, 30.25; to Port 

27.60 180 45 Arthur, Sudbury, and Fort 

Butcher, N. R., trav. expenses to Frances, 208.55 238 80 

Port Arthur and lSault iSte. Mullin, B., services as steno- 

Marie, 236.75; to Parry iSound, grapher, iSupreme Court, Ot- 

10.25 247 00 tawa 6 00 

Dickson, F. V., trav. expenses to Newall, A. G., & Co., services re- 
North Bay, 17.30; to Kenora, porting at iSudbury 23 55 

80.40; to Haileybury, 27.50.. 125 20 Simpson, Geo., services report- 
Hawkey, K. L., services report- ing 6 00 

ing 6 00 United Typewriter Co., type- 
Henderson, J. E., trav. expenses writer Ill 15 

to iSault Ste. Marie and 



County Law Libraries ($2,000.00) 



Brant 65 57 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac * 

Grey 

Hamilton 152 30 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Kenora 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lambton 

Lindsay 



153 77 

59 69 

53 81 

58 22 

52 34 



52 33 
68 50 
67 04 
44 99 
67 04 
61 16 
65 57 



Middlesex 

Norfolk . . . .^ 

Ontario . . . . .* 

Oxford 

Perth 

Peterborough .... 

Rainy River 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas, 

garry 

Thunder Bay 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 



and Glen- 



112 


61 


47 


93 


78 


80 


56 


75 


56 


75 


69 


98 


40 58 


65 


57 


83 


21 


61 


16 


69 


99 


68 


50 


58 


22 


58 


22 



1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 65 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

Maintenance, Osgoode Hall. 

Salaries, Engineer, Fireman and Caretaker ($3,650.00) 

T. J. Cunerty : Twelve months' salary as Engineer 1,200 00 

Thos. J. McPortland: do Fireman 650 00 

Thos. ISpellman: do do ,... 4 650 00 

Stanley Paquin: do do 650 00 

K. McKenna: do Caretaker 500 00 

Salaries, Messenger and Elevator Attendant ($764.05) 

W. D. Davidson: One and one-half months' salary as Messenger and Elevator 

Attendant 114 05 

C. iSendall: Twelve months' salary as Elevator Attendant 650 00 

Fuel, light and water ($8,994.35) 

Burns, P., & Co., coal at 7.00 per G. T. Ry. System, freight char- 
ton 5,0712.56 ; at 7.40 per ton, ges 1 70 

74.56; at 6.87 per ton, 1,575.74; Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice . . 308 58 

at 5.25 per ton, 26j25; slabs at Sundry newspapers, advertising 

5.50 cord, 27.50; pine at 7.40 re tenders for fuel 35 50 

cord, 14.80; 1 cord, 7.50; hard- Toronto Hydro-Electric .System, 

wood at 9.00 cord, 40.50; half light, 926.16; <power, 2i92 68.. 1,218 84 

cord at 8.90, 4.45; half cord at Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 6 00 

9.90, 4.95 6,848 81 Toronto, Treasurer of, water 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 388 08 rates 174 59 

Fayle, V. P., meals re weighing 

coal 12 25 

Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($161.98) 
Burns, P., and Co., balance of coal account 161 98 

Uniforms for messengers ($285.00) 

Dineen, W. & D., Co., hats and Murray-Kay, Ltd., uniforms 270 00 

caps 15 00 

District of Algoma. 

SALARIES 

Police Magistrates, Treasurer, Attorney, etc. ($5,455.67) 

J. T. MacKay: Twelve months' salary as Police (Magistrate .. 1,500 00 

T. E. Williams: do do 1,000 00 

J. C. McMillan : Five and three-fifths do 280 67 

W. H. Carney: Twelve months' salary as (Sheriff and Treasurer 1,200 00 

F. J. IS. (Martin: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 400 00 

C. V. Plummer: do Clerk of the District Court 600 00 

G. IS. Lay: Eleven do Constable 275 00 

W. J. Kirk: Four do do 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matrons, etc. ($1,200.00) 

Jno. Hearst: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Sault Ste. IMarie 800 00 

Catharine Hearst: do Matron, do 200 00 

S. E. Fleming: do Surgeon, do 200 00 

Administration of Justice ($16,597.85) 

Bennett, Robt., burial expenses June qr. '14 5,659 11 

of unknown man 15 00 

Carney, W. H., Treasurer:— 16,314 52 
Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 4,718 38 Less returns from ad- 
Dec, qr. '13. 3,432 47 vances, '13 3,000 00 

Mar. qr. '14. 2,-504 56 13,314 52 

Accountable, '14 3,000 00 

5 P.A. 



66 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. No. 1 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Algoma.— Continued. 
Administration of Justice. — Continued. 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 9 00 Seagram, Wm., reward re cap- 
King's Printer, distribution, <ture of Jos. La Rue 100 00 

stationery, 17.43; indexes, 

90.00; blank books, 51.00.... 158 43 

Fuel, light, water, etc. ($3,123.76) 

Carney, W. H., Treasurer: — Mar. qr. '14. 1,091 84 

Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 571 09 June qr. '14. 627 67 

Dec. qr. '13. 833 16 • 3,123 76 

Office Rent— Local Registrar ($300.00) 

Plummer, C. V., rent allowance 300 00 

Office Rent— Crown Attorney, etc. ($110.00) 

Royal Bank of Canada, office rent 110 00 

Office Rent— Police Magistrate, Michipicoten, etc. ($300.00) 

MacKay, J. T., rent allowance 300 00 

District of Thunder Bay. 
SALARIES 

Police Magistrates, Treasurer, Attorney, etc. ($5,900,00) 

W. W. O'Brien: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 1 ; 600 00 

J. E. Depew: do do 1^200 00 

J. J. O'Connor: do do 1,200 00 

A. W. Thompson: do Treasurer and Sheriff 1,200 00 

W. P. Langworthy: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

] Attorney ( 250 00 

T. IS. T. Smellie: do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

Gaolers, Lock=up Keepers, Matrons, etc. ($1,450.00) 

Thos. Penfold: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Port Arthur...' 900 00 

Nettie Penf old: do Matron do 300 00 

J. A. Crozier: do Surgeon, do 250 00 

Administration of Justice, etc. ($20,380.33) 

Dom. Express Co., charges 31 78 Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 3,120 87 

Elliott, Alex., attendance on Dec. qr. '13. 6,965 24 

Railway and Municipal Board 2 25 Mar. qr. '14. 1,947 18 

King's Printer, distribution, June qr. '14. 4,130 13 

stationery, 121.00; blank Sept. qr. '14. 3;202 36 

books, 167.00; forms, etc., 

195.60; binding, 7.65 49125 19,365 78 

Thompson, A. W., attendance Less returns from 

on Railway and Municipal advances, '13 1,800 00 

Board 7 00 17,565 78 

Thompson, A. W., Treasurer: — Accountable, '14 2,282 27 

Fuel, light, water, etc. ($4,531.94) 

Thompson, A. W., Treasurer:— June qr. '14. 747 81 

Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 840 93 Sept. qr. '14. 191 13 

Dec. qr. '13. 1,563 26 ' 4,531 94 

Mar. qr. '14. 1,188 81 

Office Rent— Police Magistrate ($150.00) 
O'Brien, W. W., rent allowance 150 00 



1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 67 

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

District of Thunder Bay.— Continued. 

Office Rent— Clerk of the Peace ($50.00) 
Langworthy, W. F., rent allowance 50 00> 

District of Kenora. 

SALARIES 
Police Magistrates, Treasurer, Attorney, etc. ($4,066.66)) 

A. C. Vaughan: Twelve months' salary as Police (Magistrate 750 00 

Allen McLennan: do do 750 00 

R. H. Pronger: Five do do 416 6$ 

J. W. Humble: Twelve do Sheriff 1,003 00 ■ 

C. W.iChadwick: do Registrar and Clerk of District 

Court 700 00 

J. F. McGillivray: do Clerk and District Attorney 250 00 

Robt. Nairn: do Treasurer 200 QQ- 

Gaoler, Lock=up Keeper, Matrons, etc. ($1,720.00) 

L. McColl: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler 600 00 

Mrs. L. McColl : do Matron 200 00 

S. S. Scovill: do Surgeon 200 00 

Edward Atkinson: do Caretaker and Engineer 720 00 

Administration of Justice, etc. ($6,032.05) 

King's Printer, distribution, .Sept. qr. '14. 734 80 

stationery, 23.10; blank 

books, 44.50; stamp, 1.25.... 68 85 6,294 32 

Nairn, Robt., Treasurer: — Less returns from 

Expen. Sept. qr. '13 . 1,635 37 advances, '13 1,950 00 

Dec. qr. '13. 1,275 74 4,344 32 

Mar. qr. '14. 877 60 Accountable, '14 1,618 88 

June qr. '14. 1,770 81 

Fuel, liffht, water, etc ($2,125 97) 

Nairn, Robt., Treasurer: — June qr. '14. 239 30 

Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 933 63 Sept. qr. '14. 396 32 

Dec. qr. '13. 157 21 2,125 97 

Mar. qr. '14. 399 51 

District of Nipissing. 

SALARIES 

Sheriff, District Attorney, etc. ($1,921.79) 

H. C. Varin: Five months' salary as Treasurer 83 23 

H. C. Varin: Twelve do Sheriff 800 00 

Thos. E. IMcKee: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 Of) 

T. J. Bourke: do Clerk of District Court 450 0.0 

A. Torrance: (Seven do Treasurer 116 68 

Robt. McElroy: Nine do Constable, Mattawa 183 34 

Jno. Whitton: Two do do Whitney 38 48 

Gaoler, Lock-up Keeper, Matrons, etc. ($925.00) 

W. J. Bailey: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, North Bay 600 00 

Frieda Vandervoort: do Matron, do J 75 00 

A. E. Ranney : do Surgeon, do 150 00 



68 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMIN ISTRATIOIN OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 



District of Nipissing.— Continued. 



Administration of Justice, etc. ($6,819.61) 



Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 107.63; blank 
books, 37.00; forms, etc., 5.60 

McKee, T. E., extra services . . 

Torrance, A., Treasurer: — 
Expen. Mar. qr. '14. 1,644 50 
June qr. '14. 1,958 59 



5 40 



150 23 
22 42 



Sept. qr. '14. $52 43 



4,255 52 

Accountable, '14 1,566 15 

Varin, H. C, Treasurer: — 
Expen. Dec. qr. '13. 3,173 49 
Less returns from ad- 
vances, '13 2,353 60 

819 89 



Torrance, A., Treasurer: — 

Expen. Mar. qr. '14. 598 12 

June qr. '14. 1,362 78 



Fuel, light, water, etc. ($2,503.37) 

Sept. qr. '14 



337 49 



Varin, H. C, Treasurer: 
Expen. Dec. qr. '13 



2,298 39 
204 98 



Office Rent. Clerk of the Peace, ($75.00) 

McKee, T. E., rent allowance 



76 90 



District of Muskoka. 

SALARIES 
Police Magistrates, District Attorney, etc. ($2,200.00) 

W. H. .Spencer: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 600 00 

D. E. Bastedo: do Sheriff 750 00 

Thos. Johnston: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

I. Huber: do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

J. E. Lount: do Treasurer 150 00 

Gaoler, Lockup Keepers, Matrons, etc. ($750.00) 

Duncan Macdonald: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Bracebridge 500 00 

Alice (Macdonald : do Matron 100 ^0 

P. B. McGibbon : do (Surgeon 150 00 



Administration of Justice, etc. ($8,488.47) 



Can. Express Co., charges 3 69 

Greer, Wm., trav. expenses re 
the extradition of H. S. Jen- 
nings 184 71 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 43.95; blank books, 
53.50 97 45 

Lount, J. E., Treasurer: — 
Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 1,415 94 
Dec. qr. '13. 1,468 83 
Mar. qr. '14. 781 77 



June qr. '14. 2,732 20 



6,398 74 
Less returns from ad- 
vances, '13 1,1*5(2 57 



5,246 17 

Accountable, '14 2,656 22 

Pinkerton Detective Agency, ser- 
vices and expenses re the ex- 
tradition of H. S. Jennings.. 300 23 



Fuel, light, 'water, etc. ($901.23) 



Lount, J. E., Treasurer: — 
Exipen. Sept. qr. '13. 567 62 
Dec. qr. '13. 120 05 



Mar. qr. '14. 
June qr. '14. 



97 7« 
115 80 



901 23 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

District of Parry Sound. 
SALARIES 

Police Magistrates, District Attorney, etc. ($2,800.00) 

Jas. Parrer: Twelve months' salary as Police (Magistrate 600 00 

A. McMillan: do do 200 00 

Ohas. McArthur : do do 350 00 

8. Armstrong: do Sheriff 750 00 

W. (L. Haight: do Clerk of the [Peace, District Attor- 
ney and Treasurer 450 00 

E. Jordan: do Clerk of iDistrict Court 460 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matrons, etc. ($1,575.00) 

Alexander Johnston: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Parry Sound 600 00 

(Marie Johnston : Three do Matron, do 25 00 

Geo. (Stewart: Twelve do Turnkey, do 500 00 

M. (H. Limbert: do Surgeon, do 150 00 

Benjamin Moore: do Gaoler, Byng Inlet 300 00 

Administration of Justice, etc ($4,593.77) 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 35 iLess returns from 

Dom. Express Co., charges 5 09 advances, '13 1,500 00 

Haight, W. L., Treasurer— 2,426 34 

Expen. Dec. qr. '13. 1,128 07 Accountable, '14 1,800 00 

Mar. qr. '14. 837 61 

June qr. '14. 1,960 66 King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 102.61; indexes, 

3,926 34 180.00; blank books, 79.38 361 99 

Arrears for 1913 ($1,234.18) 

Haight, W. L., Treasurer — Gaol(Mtce... 864 47 

Expen. ISept. qr. '13. 1,734 18 

Gen'l Ad. of Less returns from 

Justice . . 869 71 advances, '13 500 00 

1,234 18 

Fuel, light, water, etc. ($1,662.21) 

Haight, W. L,., Treasurer:— June qr. '14. 282 29 

Expen. Dec. qr. '13. 199 68 Sept. qr. '14. 832 89 

<Mar. qr. 14. 347 35 1,662 21 

Office Rent— Cleric of the Peace ($83.33) 
Haight, W. L., rent allowance 83 33 



District of Manitoulin. 
SALARIES 

Police Magistrate, District Attorney, etc. ($4,784.60) 

W. iH. Price: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 1,200 00 

J, H. Pell: do Sheriff 950 00 

W. F. MdRae: do Treasurer, Clerk of the Peace and 

District Attorney 400 00 

W. R. Abrey: do Registrar of Deeds and Master of 

Titles 600 00 

C. C. Piatt: do Clerk of District Court 850 00 

A. V. Buck: do Constable, Providence Bay 300 00 

Jas. Bryant: do do Manltowaning 300 00 

H. Edwards: Five and one-half do Nairn Centre 184 60 



70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 
District of Manitoulin.— Continued. 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matrons, etc. ($897.56) 

Stephen Cronkhite: Twelve months salary as Gaoler, Gore Bay 450 00 

Ellen M. Cronkhite: do Matron, do 147 56 

Dominie de Lamorandiere : do Gaoler, Killarney 100 00 

Sam'l Walker do do Manitowaning 200 00 

Administration of Justice, etc. ($3 051.36) 

King's Printer, distribution, Less returns from 

stationery, 17.90; blank advances, '13 ... 400 00 

books, 53.50 71 40 2,061 48 

McRae, W. F., Treasurer:— Accountable, '14 900 00 

Bxpen., Dec. qr. '13. 686 01 Price, W. H., to pay services and 

Mar. qr. '14. 226 13 expenses of Interpreter 18 48 

June qr. '14. 1,549 34 

2,461 48 

Fuel, light, water, etc ($641.80) 

McRae, W. F., Treasurer: — June qr. '14. 92 20 

Expen., Dec. qr. '13. 307 99 641 81 

Mar. qr. '14. 241 61 

Office Rent— Clerk of the Peace, etc. ($35 00) 
McRae, W. F., rent allowance 35 00 

Office Rent— Police Magistrate, etc. ($73.67) 
Price, W. H., rent allowance. 73 67 

Travelling Expenses, Police Magistrate ($319.63) 

Price, W. H., travelling expenses 196 45 

do arrears, 1913 123 18 

District of Sudbury. 

SALARIES 

Police Magistrates, District Attorney, etc. ($4,350.00) 

D. M. Brodie: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 1,500 00 

Thos. H. Torrance: do do 1,200 00 

Alex. Irving: do Sheriff and Treasurer 950 00 

R. R. McKessock: do Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 250 00 

J. D. Shipley: do Clerk of District Court 450 00 

Gaoler, Lock-up Keeper, Matron, etc. ($900.00) 

T. Keaney: Twelve months' salary as Gaoler, Sudbury 650 00 

Bridget A. Keaney: do Matron, do 250 00 

Administration of Justice, etc. ($16,531.67) 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges. 45 Less returns from 

Dom. Express Co., charges 45 advances, '13 1,700 00 

Irving, Alex., Treasurer: — 13,933 96 

Expen., Dec. qr. '13. 6,501 90 Accountable '14 2,200 00 

Mar. qr. '14. 3,225 43 King's Printer, distribution, 

June qr. '14. 5,906 63 stationery, 13.50; blank books, 

112.00 125 50 

15,633 96 McKessock, R. R., services and 

expenses re sundry cases 271 31 



1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 71 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

District of Sudbury. — Continued. 

Fuel, light, water, etc. ($4,513.97) 

Irving, Alex., Treasurer: — June qr. '14. 775 38 

Expen. Dec. qr. '13. 2,184 30 4,513 97 

(Mar. qr. '14. 1,554 29 

Arrears for 1913 ($4,057.05) 

Irving, Alex., Treasurer: — Gaol IMtce 583 09 

Expen. (Sept. qr. '13— 4,057 05 

Gen'l Ad. of Justice 3,473 96 

Office Rent— Clerk of the Peace, etc. ($50.00) 
McKessock, R. iR., rent allowance 50 00 

Travelling Expenses of Police Magistrate ($149.45) 
Brodie, D. M., travelling expenses 149 45 

District of Rainy River. 
SALARIES 

Police Magistrates, District Attorney, etc. ($2,397.84) 

Edward Reith: Four months' salary as Police Magistrate 200 00 

C. J. Holland : Twelve do do 600 00 

W. 0. Chapman: One and two-fifths do 72 84 

W. A. Baker: Twelve Sheriff 750 00 

A. D. George: Six Clerk of the Peace and District 

Attorney 125 00 

W. H. Elliott: Twelve Clerk of District Court 450 00 

Geo. Stethem : Treasurer , 200 00 

Gaolers, Lock-up Keepers, Matrons, etc. ($1,158.34) 

Wilfred Lowe: Twelvemonths' salary as Gaoler, Fort Frances 508 34 

Mary Jane Lowe: do Matron, do 200 00 

H. McDonald: do Gaoler, Atikokan 150 00 

J.R.Gilbert: do do (Mine Centre 300 00 

Administration of Justice, etc. ($7,525.63) 

Dom. Express Co., charges .. 13 01 June qr. '14. 2,879 36 

King's Printer, distribution, — : 

stationery, 81.88; blank books, 6,872 71 

47.00; forms, etc., 11.03 139 91 Less returns from 

Stethem, Geo^ Treasurer: — advances '13 .... 2,495 00 

Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 718 84 4,377 71 

Dec. qr. '13. 2,7'24 09 Accountable, '14 2,995 00 

Mar. qr. '14. 550 42 

Fuel, light, water, etc ($1,045.32) 

Stethem, Geo., Treasurer: — Mar. qr. '14. 150 37 

Expen. Sept. qr. '13. 425 02 June qr. '14. 218 05 

Dec. qr. '13. 251 88 1,045 32 

Office Rent— Clerk of the Peace, etc. ($100.00 

George, A. D., rent allowance.. 50 00 Langworthy, W. F., rent allow- 
ance 50 00 



72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE.— Continued. 

District of Temiskaming. 

SALARIES 

Police Magistrates, District Attorney, etc. ($6,292.94) 

S. Atkinson: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 2,000 00 

S. J. Dempsey: do do 500 00 

M. Pumaville: do do 750 00 

J. A. Hough: do do 500 00 

Chas. McCarthy: Five and threeHfifths do 327 44 

Geo. Cald'beck: Twelve Sheriff 1,000 00 

F. L. Smiley: Clerk of the Peace 250 00 

T. J. Meagher: Clerk of District Court 450 00 

P. A. Cobbold: Nine Treasurer 112 50 

E.French: Six and one-sixth Caretaker, Gov't Bldgs., Hailey bury 403 00 

Administration of Justice, etc. ($9,228.57) 

Caldbick, Geo. attendance on Less returns from 

mining commission at 5.00 advances, '13 500 00 

per diem 30 00 6,705 42 

Can. Express Co., charges 75 Accountable, '14 2,341 46 

Cobbold, P. A., Treasurer: — Dom. Express Co., charges 13 29 

Expen. Dec. qr. '13. 3,725 97 King's Printer, distribution, 

Mar. qr. '14. 694 63 stationery, 14.50; blank books, 

June qr. '14. 2,784 82 70.00; forms, etc., 63.15 137 65 

7,205 42 

Fuel, light, water, etc. ($738.09) 

Cobbold, P. A., Treasurer: — June qr. '14. 127 12 

Exipen. Dec. qr. '13. 235 52 738 09 

Mar. qr. '14. 375 45 

Provisional County of Hallburton ($1,000.00) 

J. H. Delamere: Twelve months' salary as Police Magistrate 800 00 

E.C.Young: do Registrar of Deeds 200 00 

Junior Judge in lieu of Travelling Expenses Holding Courts ($400.00) 

Judge McMillan, allowance .'. . . 400 00 

Police Magistrate, Bridgeburg and Fort Erie ($471.11) 
M. House, Eleven and two-thirds months' salary as Police Magistrate 471 11 

Total Administration of Justice $714,771.60 



1913-14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



73 



EDUCATION 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools,^ Counties ($385,474.13) 



Treasurer, County of: — 

Public. Separate. 

Brant 6,324 16 

IBruce 13,141 14 1,221 40 

Carleton 8,6U 51 502 53 

Dufferin 6,416 93 

Elgin 8,870 7(1 

Essex 8,990 05 2,270 21 

Frontenac 10,134 92 1,438 95 

Grey 15,097 11 612 15 

Haldimand 5,370 61 

CHaliburton 4,737 29 .... 

Halton 4,495 10 

Hastings 15,189 60 481 15 

Huron 14,123 45 923 78 

Kent 11,279 42 498 30 

Lambton 12,963 21 126 45 

Lanark 6,741 95 110 53 

Leeds & Grenville. 11,956 47 20 99 
Lennox & Adding- 

ton 6,481 46 252 90 

Lincoln 5,579 04 

Middlesex 14,829 51 422 25 

Norfolk 7,083 32 136 45 

Northumberland & 

Durham 13,798 58 443 70 

Ontario 9,501 81 136 45 

Oxford 10,373 76 

Peel 6,089 74 86 45 

Perth 9,045 79 779 65 

Peterborough 8,045 88 207 90 

Prescott & Russell 4,522 52 221 45 

Prince Edwarfl . . 4,500 64 



Public. 

Renfrew . . 10,189 21 

Simcoe 15,807 00 

Stormont, Dundas 
and Glengarry. . 15,756 15 

Victoria 9,592 09 

Waterloo 7,963 85 

Welland 6,482 28 

Wentworth 8,291 40 

Wellington 11,491 05 

York 18,381 43 



Separate. 

1,359 57 

520 11 

1,136 03 
252 90 

715 77 



537 70 



Contingencies : — 

Fraser, C G., services re re- 
vision of Public School regu- 
lations at 10.00 per diem.. 20 00 

Jordison, G. A., services re re- 
vision of Public School regu- 
lations at 10.00 per diem.. 20 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 7.50; printing 
and binding, 1,294.81; paper, 
175.96 1,478 27 

iMills, M., postage stamps 150 00 

Morrison, J. H., services re re- 
vision of Public School regu- 
lations at 10.00 per diem ... 20 00 

Ward, H„ services re re- 
vision of Public School regu- 
lations at 10.00 per diem ... 20 00 

York Public Health Journal, 
1,000 copies of journal for 
distribution 100 00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($149.91) 
King's Printer, distribution, paper 



149 91 



General Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools ($114,471.00) 



Treasurer, City of: — 

Public. 

iBelleville 778 00 

Berlin 1,084 00 

Brantford 1,859 00 

Chatham 785 00 

Fort William .... 1,359 00 

Guelph 1,059 00 

Hamilton 6,702 00 

Kingston 1,336 00 

London 3,854 00 

Niagara Falls . . . 837 00 

Ottawa 3,687 00 

Peterborough 1,181 00 

Port Arthur ..... 1,136 00 

St. Catharines . . . 1,055 00 

St. Thomas 1,192 00 

Sault Ste. Marie . . 816 00 

Stratford 1,103 00 

Toronto 31,206 00 

Woodstock 751 00 

Windsor 1,157 00 



Treasurer, Town of: — 



Separate. 




Public. 


Separate. 


165 00 


Alexandria 


21 


00 


168 00 


370 00 


Alliston 


. 107 00 
. 287 00 




239 00 


Almonte 


60 00 


170 00 


Amherstburg . . . 


79 


00 


132 00 


550 00 


Arnprior 


. 181 


00 


141 00 


235 00 


Aurora 


175 


00 




1,292 00 


Aylmer 


163 


00 




338 00 


Barrie 


. 460 
101 


00 
00 


60 00 


510 00 


Blenheim 




91 00 


Blind River 


55 


00 






Bonfield 


7 


00 




417 00 


Bothwell 


50 


00 




293 00 


Bowmanville 


279 


00 




216 00 


Bracebridge 


221 


00 




140 00 


Brampton 


. 255 


00 




175 00 


Brockville 


. 606 


00 


158 00 


199 00 


Bruce Mines 


50 


00 




4,128 00 


Cache Bay 


36 


00 




54 00 


Gampbellford 


. 230 


00 




595 00 


Carleton IPlace . . 


. 307 


00 





74 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Public. 

Chesley 139 00 

Clinton 168 00 

Cobalt 254 00 

Cobourg 316 00 

Cochrane 79 00 

Collingwood 487 00 

Copper Cliff 286 00 

Cornwall 202 00 

Deseronto 183 00 

Dresden 121 00 

Dryden 79 00 

Dundas 314 00 

Dunnville 264 00 

Durham 122 00 

Eastview 93 00 

Englehart 52 00 

Essex 113 00 

Forest 120 00 

Port Prances 146 00 

Gait 881 00 

Gananoque 288 00 

Goderich 342 00 

Gore Bay 56 00 

Gravenhurst 176 0-0 

Haileybury 147 00 

Hanover 222 00 

Harriston 120 00 

Hawkesbury 53 00 

Hespeler 245 00 

Huntsville 171 00 

Ingersoll 358 00 

Kearney 32 00 

Keewatin 90 00 

Kenora 350 00 

Kincardine 184 00 

Kingsville 158 00 

Latchford 19 00 

Leamington . . . 290 00 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Little Current . . . 

Massey 

Matheson 

Mattawa 

Meaford 

Midland 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest . . . 

Napanee 230 00 

New Liskeard .... 154 00 

Newmarket 

Niagara 



454 00 

190 00 

92 00 

46 00 

25 00 

18 00 

247 00 

487 00 

155 00 

140 00 

118 00 



265 00 
132 00 



North Bay 402 00 



Oakville .... 
Orangeville . 

Orillia 

Oshawa 

Owen Sound 
Palmerston . 
Parkhill .... 

Paris 

Parry Sound 
Pembroke . . 



176 00 
187 00 
524 00 
589 00 
939 00 
147 00 
76 00 
306 00 
248 00 
324 00 



Separate. 

"9IOO 

"40'00 

312* 00 

'5100 



75 00 
65 00 

47 66" 



30 00 



54 00 
18 00 
11 00 
81 00 









140 


00 








115 


00 








28 


00 


15 
33 


00 
00 


294 
18 


00 
00 


75 
46 
61 


00 
00 
00 


23 
37 


00 

00 



iPenetanguishene 

Perth 

Petrolea 

Pioton 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Preston 

iPrescott 

Rainy River . . 

Renfrew 

Ridgetown 

St. Mary's 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Seaf orth 

Simcoe 

Smith's Falls . .' 
Sioux Lookout . 
Southampton . . 

Stayner 

Steelton 

Strath roy 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Trenton 

Trout Creek . . . 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill . . 

Walkerton 

Walkerville 
Wallaceburg . . . 

Waterloo 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Wingham 



Public. 

293 00 

168 00 

311 00 

227 00 

391 00 

54 00 

313 00 

146 00 

107 00 



00 
00 



176 
166 
260 00 

93 00 
713 00 
124 00 
303 00 
519 00 

74 00 
132 00 

78 00 
277 00 
247 00 

50 00 
241 00 

92 00 

56 00 
158 00 

50 00 
236 00 
260 00 

41 00 
122 00 

64 00 
T48 
266 
217 
279 

57 
495 00 
341 00 
161 00 
208 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



210 00 



Treasurer, Village of:- 

Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Arkona 

Arthur 

Athens 

Ayr 

Bancroft 

Bath 

Bayfield 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bradford 

Bridgeburg 



136 00 
45 j)0 
62 00 
33 00 

41 00 
53 00 
67 00 

42 00 
29 00 
38 00 
82 00 



81 
48 



0D 
00 



47 
54 



73 00 

54 00 

6* 00 

141 00 



Separate. 

99 oa 

22 00 



77 00 

73 00 

17 00 

150 00 

31 00 
129 00 
158 00- 

29 00 



160 00 



272 00 



60 00 
82 00 

64 oa 



75 00 
101 00 
54 00 
9-9 00 
97 oa 



23 00 



32 00 



40 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



75 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Public. , Separate. 



Brighton 


110 00 


Brussels 


76 00 


Burk's Falls 


86 00 


Burlington 


164 00 


Caledonia 


96 00 


Cannington . . 


79 00 


Cardinal 


95 00 


Casselman 


3 00 


Cayuga 


68 00 


Chatsworth 


25 00 


Chesterville 


48 00 


Chippewa 


56 00 


Clifford 


46 00 


Cobden 


61 00 


Colborne ." 


81 00 


Coldwater 


45 00 


Courtwright 


30 00 


Creemore 


47 00 


Delhi 


65 00 


Drayton 


58 00 


Dundalk 


59 00 


Dutton 


71 00 


Eganville 


41 00 


Elmira 


163 00 


Elora 


81 00 


Embro . r- 


35 00 


Erin 


42 00 


Exeter . . . .• 


122 00 


Fenelon Falls 


93 00 


Fergus 


118 00 


Finch 


29 00 


Flesherton 


33 00 


Fort Erie 


103 00 


Ford City 


25 00 


Garden Island .... 


12 00 


Georgetown 


149 00 


Glencoe 


69 00 


Grand Valley 


61 00 


Grimsby 


128 00 


Hagersville 


82 00 


(Hastings 


43 00 


Havelock 


107 00 


iHensall 


56 00 


Hepworth 


36 00 


Holland Landing . 


26 00 


Humberstone 


69 00 


Iroquois 


65 00 


Jarvis 


39 00 


Kemptville ........ 


95 00 


Killaloe Station . . 


15 00 


Lakefield 


112 00 


(Lanark 


58 00 


Lancaster 


41 00 


L'Orignal 


95 00 


Lucan 


56 00 


Lucknow 


74 00 


Madoc 


90 00 


Markdale 


152 00 


Markham 


69 00 


Marmora 


73 00 


Maxville 


58 00 


Merrickville 


74 00 



22 00 



39 00 



17 00 



10 00 



89 00 



18 00 



23 00 





Public. Separate. 


Merritton 


110 00 30 00 


Millbrook ■ 


64 00 


Milverton 


71 00 


Mimico 


120 00 


Morrisburg 


125 00 


Neustadt 


37 00 


Newboro 


35 00 


Newburgh , 


39 00 


Newbury 


28 00 


Newcastle 


51 00 


New Hamburg . . , 


129 00 


New Toronto 


78 00 


Norwich 


75 00 


Norwood 


70 00 


Oil Springs 


49 00 ........ 


Omemee 


43 00 ........ 


Paisley 


61 00 


Point Edward . . . 


73 00 


Port Carling 


24 00 


Port Colborne 


158 00 


Port Dalhousie . . 


71 00 32 0* 


Port Dover • , 


92 00 


Port Elgin 


94 00 


Port Perry 


93 00 


Port Rowan 


52 00 


Portsmouth 


36 00 16 §0 


Port Stanley 


64 00 


Richmond 


34 00 


Richmond Hill .. 


59 00 


Rodney 


54 00 


iShallow Lake 


80 00 


Shelburne 


77 00 


South River 


43 00 


Springfield 


312 00 


(Stirling 


62 00 


iStouffville 


77 00 


iStreetsville 


44 00 a 


iSundridge , 


61 00 


iSutton West 


53 00 


Tara 


44 00 


Tavistock 


80 00 


Teeswater 


65 00 


Thamesville 


61 00 


Thedford 


46 00 


Tiverton 


25 00 


Tottenham 


40 00 


Tweed 


73 00 39 00 




129 00 


Vienna 


27 00 


Wardsville 


21 00 


"Waterdown 


56 00 :. 


Waterford 


87 00 


Watford 


93 00 


Wellington 


65 00 


West Lome 


55 00 


Weston 


163 00 11 00 


Westport 


35 00 31 00 


Winchester 


87 00 


Woodbridge 


46 00 


Woodville 


39 00 


Wroxeter 


25 00 


Wyoming 


40 00 ........ 



76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Arrears of Grants, 1912 ($629.00) 



Treasurer, iSchool Board, 
Town of: — 



Durham 



Public. 
197 00 



St. Mary's 



Public. 
432 00 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools ($53,441,29) 



Treasurer, School Board, 
City of: — 



Public. 

239 27 

334 56 

5)50 54 

283 74 

1,272 62 
349 39 



Belleville 

Berlin 

Brantfoird . . . 

Chatham 

Fort William . 

Guelph 

Hamilton 2,308 08 

Kingston ....*.... 448 91 

London 1,312 85 

Niagara Palls ... 232 93 

Ottawa 1,890 93 

Peterborough 510 32 

Port Arthur 1,041 81 

St. Catharines . . 258 34 

St. Thomas 457 38 

iSault Ste. Marie.. 832 18 

Stratford 334 57 

Toronto 10,420 22 

Woodstock 228 69 

Windsor 457 38 

Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of: — 

Alliston 60 34 

Alexandria 12 71 



Almonte . . . 
Amherstburg 
Arnprior . . . 

Aurora 

Ay liner .... 

Barrie 

Blenheim . . . 
Blind River . 
Bonfield . . . 
Bothwell . . . 
Bowmanville 
Bracebridge . 



. 119 66 

76 22 

120 70 

76 23 

. 101 64 

. 254 10 

76 23 

93 17 

15 89 

12 71 

101 64 

. 266 81 

Brampton , 133 40 

Brockville 

Bruce Mines . . 
Cache Bay .... 
Campbellford . . 
Carleton Place 

Chesley 

Clinton 

Cobalt 

'Oobourg 

Cochrane 

Collingwood . . . 
Copper Cliff . . . 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Dresden 

Dryden 



355 74 

74 11 

68 82 

120 70 

142 93 

66 28 

133 40 

328 21 

12,3 87 

7*8 35 

260 45 

203 28 

171 52 

82 58 

57 17 

116 46 



Separate. 
25 00 
60 00 



45 


00 


425 


00 


45 


00 


160 


00 


100 


00 


175 


00 


22 


50 



135 00 
280 00 

50 00 

27 50 
175 00 

35 00 
630 00 

30 00 
115 00 



45 00 

30 00 

7 50 

67 50 



15 00 



15 00 



30 00 
3000 
30* 00 



Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Eastview 

Englehart 

Essex 

Forest 

Fort Frances . . . 
Frood Mine . . . 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Goderich 

Gore Bay 

Gravenhurst 

Hail ey bury 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Hawkesbury 

Hespeler 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Kearney 

Keewatin 

Kenora 

Kincardine .... 

Kingsville 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

Little Current . 

Massey 

Matheson 

Mattawa 

Meaf ord 

Midland 

Milton 

Mitchell 

Mount Forest . . 

Napanee 

New Liskeard 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

North Bay 

Oakville 

Orangeville 

Orlllla 

Oshawa 

Owen Sound . . . 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound . . 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 
Perth 



Public. 
158 81 
101 64 
38 12 
34 94 
42 35 
95 29 
82 60 

122 81 
37 06 

301 75 
120 70 
158 81 
105 89 
163 05 
203 28 
107 99 
57 17 
31 76 
133 40 
182 10 

123 87 
37 06 

190 57 

417 15 

..82 58 

95 29 

31 76 

88 93 

241 .39 

101 64 

95 29 

84 70 

42 35 

33 88 

152 46 

273 16 

73 05 

88 93 

63 52 

152 46 

192 69 

120 70 

44 47 

584 43 

92 11 

107 94 

282 69 

292 22 

482 79 

63 53 

127 05 

50 82 

406 56 

162 00 

171 52 

95 29 



Separate. 
30 00 



15 00 
15 00 



22 50 
18 75 
18 75 



75 00 



50 00 



15 00 

15 00 
15 00 

285 00 



45 00 
1500 

15 00 
56 25 

6<i 66 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



77 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Public. 
171 52 
98 46 
209 62 

68 82 
60 35 

142 93 
120 70 
120 70 

69 88 
107 99 

47 65 
397 03 

69 88 
139 76 

15 88 
257 28 

63 53 

41 29 
307 04 
(Strathroy 139 76 



Petrolia 

iPicton 

Port Hope 

Powassan 

Prescott 

Preston 

Rainy River . . . 

Renfrew 

Ridgetown 

St. Mary's 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Seaforth 

iSimcoe 

Sioux Lookout . 
Smith's Falls . . . 
Southampton . . . 

Stayner 

Steelton 



Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Thessalon 

Thornbury . . . 

Thorold 

Tilbury 



122 82 

271 04 

153 52 

38 12 

57 17 

31 76 

Tillsonburg 114 34 

Trenton 133 40 

Trout Creek .... 52 94 

Uxbridge 47 65 

Vankleek Hill ... 31 76 

Walkerton 88 94 

Walkerville 152 46 

Wallaceburg 127 05 

Waterloo 152 46 

Webbwood 79 41 

Welland 225 51 

Whitby 196 44 

Wiarton 19 06 

Wingham 82 58 

Treasurer, School Board, 
Village of:— 



Acton . .^. 
Ailsa Craig 
Alvinston . 
Arkona . . . 

Arthur 

Athens . . . 

Ayr 

Bancroft . . 

Bath 

Bayfield . . . 
Beamsville 
Beaverton . 
Beeton 
Belle River 
Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bradford . 



69 44 
44 35 
42 35 
34 73 
63 53 
55 90 
63 53 
13 55 
42 35 
33 88 

70 30 
63 53 
42 35 



34 73 
52 94 
48 28 
77 08 
55 90 



Separate. 
"i5'6o 



15 00 

7 50 

45 00 



37 50 

48 75 
22 50 



35 00 

155 00 

15 00 

22 50 



30 00 



7 50 



50 00 



Bridgeburg 

Brighton 

Brussels 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Caledonia 

Cannington 

Cardinal 

Cayuga 

Chatsworth 

Chesterville 

Chippewa 

Clifford 

Cobden 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Courtwright 

Creemore 

Delhi 

Drayton 

Dundalk 

Dutton 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erin 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls . . 

Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Ford 1 

Fort Erie 

Garden Island . . 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Grand Valley . . . 

Grimsby 

Hagersville 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hensall 

Hepworth 

Holland Landing. 

Humberstone 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kemptville 

Killaloe Station . 

Lakefield 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Madoc i 

Markdale 

Markiham 

Marmora 

Maxville 

Merrickville 

Merritton 



Public. Separate. 

136 78 

69 46 

77 08 

132 33 

119 43 

77 08 

69 46 

63 53 

42 35 

34 73 

55 90 25 00 

52 94 

55 90 

59 71 

31 76 

42 35 

42 35 

51 67 

62 68 

48 28 

34 73 

48 28 

45 31 50 00 

107 15 

77 08 25 00 

42 35 

42 35 

98 25 

77 08 

63 53 

21 17* 

42 35 

6 35 

58 02 

21 17 ...:.... 

148 23 

80 46 

69 47 

105 87 

61 83 

21 17 12 50 

90 63 

63 53 

21 17 

21 17 

49 13 

105 87 

48 28 

77 08 

25 00 

83 85 

21 17 

44 12 

42 35 

84 70 

97 40 

84 70 

63 53 

77 08 

20 33 

17 36 

69 46 25 00 



78 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Special Grants, Urban Public and Separate Schools.— Continued. 



Millfbroo'k 

Milverton 

Mimico 

Morrisburg 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg . 
New Toronto . . . 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Paisley 

Point Edward . . 
Port Carling . . . 
Port Colborne . 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie . 
Port Dover .... 

Port Elgin 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan . . . 

Portsmouth 

Port Stanley 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill . . 

Rodney 

Shelburne 



Public. Separate. 

49 13 

61 83 

120 28 - 

127 05 

40 66 

21 17 

21 17 

34 73 

42 35 

112 23 

51 67 

77 08 

105 87 

21 17 

48 28 

77 08 

74 11 

37 06 

143 57 

63 53 

63 53 25 00 

63 53 

84 70 
105 87 

13 56 

42 35 25 00 

89 78 

42 35 

63 53 

59 71 

125 06 



Shallow Lake . . 

South River 

Springfield 

Stirling 

Stouffville 

Streetsville 

Sundridge 

Sutton West . . . 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Tiverton 

Tottenham 

Tweed 

Victoria Harbor. 

Vienna 

Wardsville 

Waterdown .... 

Waterford 

Watford 

Wellington 

West Lome ... 

Weston 

Westport , 

Winchester 

Woodbridge .... 

Woodville , 

Wroxeter 

Wyoming 



Public. Separate. 

21 IT 

47 63 

44 89 

84 70 

77 08 

6(3 53 

68 82 

54 63 

21 17 

66 48 

48 28 

63 53 

34 73 

42 35 

21 17 

84 70 41 00 

83 01 

55 05 

21 17 

84 70 

55 90 

105 87 

21 IT 

48 28 

160 53 

55" 85 25 00 

119 43 

34 73 

34 73 

21 17 

42 35 



Supplementary iQrants, Urban Public* and "Separate Schools, Districts ($9,245.89) 

Treasurer, School Board, 
City of:— 



Fort William ' 

Port Arthur 

Sault Ste. Marie. 



Public. Separate. 

189 71 83 72 

189 71 83 72 

189 71 83 72 



Treasurer, School Board, 
Town of: — 

Blind River 189 71 

Bonfield 189 71 

Bracebridge 189 71 

Bruce Mines .... 189 71 

Burk's Falls .... 189 71 

Cache Bay 189 71 

Cobalt 189 71 

•Cochrane 189 71 

Copper Cliff 189 71 

Drvden 189 71 

Englehart ...... 189 71 

Fort Frances 189 71 

Frood Mine 189 71 

Gore Bay 189 71 

Gravenhurst 189 71 

Haileybury 189 71 



83 72 





Public. 


Separate. 


Huntsville 


189 


71 




Kearney ....... 


189 


71 


83 72 


Keewatin ') 


189 


71 


83 72 


Kenora 


189 


71 


83 72 


Latchford 


. 189 


71 




Little Current . 


. 189 


71 




Massey 


189 


71 




Matheson 


189 


71 




Mattawa 


. 189 


71 


83 72 


New Liskeard . . 


189 


71 


83 72 


North Bay 


189 


71 


83 72 


Parry Sound . . . 


189 


71 




Port Carling . . . 


189 


71 




Powassan 


,189 


71 




Rainv River . . . 


189 


71 


83 72 


South River . . . 


189 


71 




Steel ton 


189 


71 


83 72 


Sturgeon Falls . 


189 


71 




iSud'bury .... 


189 


71 


83 72 


Sundridge 


189 


71 




Sioux Lookout . 


189 


71 




Thessalon 


189 


71 




Trout Creek . . . 


189 


71 




Webbwood 


189 


71 





191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



79 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts ($113,155.05) 



Algoma. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

Grant. 



1 Aberdeen 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Aird Island .... 
1 Bright and Glad- 
stone 

1 Casgrain 

1 Cockburn Island. 

2 do 

3 Day and Bright. . 
1 Day and Gladstone 
1 Fenwiek 



do 

Galbraith 

Hilton 

do 

do 

Jocelyn 

do 

do 

Johnson 

do 

do 

do 

Korah 

do 

do 
Laird 

do 

Laird and Tarbutt 



1 Lefroy 



1 

2 

Ul 

1 
1 
2 
3 
4 



do 

do 

Lefroy and> Kirk- 
wood 

do 

Long 

McDonald 

do 

do 

do 

do and 

Aberdeen 

Michipocoten .... 

do 

do 

Parkinson and 

Gladstone 

Parkinson and 

Grassett 

Patton and Glad- 
stone 

Plummer 

do and Rose 

do. Rose 

and Plummer . . 

Prince ^ 

St. Joseph 

do 

do 

do 



205 

197 

77 

16T 

205 
70 
107 
77 
115 
170 
112 
95 
140 
195 
125 
145 
212 
250 
190 
190 
190 
145 
245 
165 
165 
182 
187 
150 
220 
205 
190 
100 

85 
85 
195 
265 
201 
170 
200 

77 
290 
182 
160 



Equipment. 
00 17 00 

50 

50' 

50 



00 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00' 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00' 

00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
O'O 
00 

50 

00 
50 
00 



165 00 



155 00 



22 50 



20 00 

17 70 

18 80 



16 70 
14 00 
16 50 

18 70 
16 10 
25 10 
27 00 
24 90 
16 20 
22 10 
22 50 
24 20 

19 50 



18 20 



11 20 
21 70 



155 00 




175 00 


21 60 


195 00 




210 00 


16 70 


165 00 


19 70 


215 00 


16 20 


162 50 


21 00 


142 50 


18 70 


162 50 


18 40 



Grant. 

St. Joseph 110 

Sneddon 207 

do "185 

Spragge 230 

Tarbutt 150 

do 180 

Thessalon 220 

do 172 

do 155 

Thompson 215 



5 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 

1 Victoria 

2 do 

1 Wells and Day. 

3 do 



Equipment. 
00 15 00 

50 

00 

00 

00 



do 

Torentorus 
do 
do 



225 
185 
210 
177 
130 
140 
185 
172 



00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 



Kenora. — Trustees. Public 



School: — 

1 Aubrey 

1 Eton, Wainwright 
and Van Home 

Gold Rock 

Ignace 



158 50 



210 00 



50 
00 



Jaffray . . . 

Mutrie . . . 

Pellatt 

do 

Sand ford . . 
2i do 
1 Waibigoon . . 
1 Wainwright 

1 Zealand 

2 do 



Manitoulin. — Trustees, 
School: — 
3 Allan 

1 Assiginack 

2 do 



24 

205 
165 00 
117 50 
115 00 

19 00 
205 00 
205 00 

72 50 
175 00 
140 
115 

Public 



25 
00 



do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

Barrie Island . . 
Billings and Allan 

do 

Burpee 

do 

do 

Campbell 

do 

do 

do 

Carlyle 

Carnarvon 

do 

do 

do 

do 



195 00 
165 00 
425 00 
140 00 
147 50 
110 00 
210 00 
155 00 
185 00 
277 50 

239 50 
190 00 
212 00 
220 00 
200 00 

240 00 
235 00 
197 50 

97 50 
2107 50 
180 00 

85 00 
222 50 

47 50 



20 70 

19 50 
22 30 

21 10 

20 70 



17 00 
16 90 
11 85 



14 62 



13 65 
25 95 
23 12 



18 82 
16 97 



80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts— Continued. 



1 Cockburn Island . . 

2 do 

1 Dawson 

1 Gordon 

2 do and Allan 

4 do 

5 do 

2 Howland 



do .... 

do .... 

do .... 

do .... 

dp .... 

do .... 
John Island 

Mills 

[Robinson . . 
Rutherford 
iSandfield . . 

do 

do 
Tehkummah 

do 

do 

do 



Grant. 
107 
62 
115 
207 
125 
205 
125 
270 
165 
145 
185 
125 
145 
155 
165 
210 
245 
192 
197 
182 
1&9 
187 
67 
235 
195 



Equipment. 

50 

50 

00 

50 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50 

50 

00 

00 

50 

50 

00 

00 



Muskoka. — Trustees, Public 
School: — 



2 Brunei 

3 do 



4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

1 Cardwell 

2 do 

4 do 

5 do 

1 Chaffey 

3 do 
do 
do 
do 

do . 
do . 
do 



232 
174 
190 
215 
247 
168 
175 
170 
229 
226 
195 
190 
157 
155 
156 
166 
155 
266 



1 Draper 230 



do . 
do . 
do . 
do . 
do 
do 
do 

2 Franklin 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

1 Freeman 

1 MdLean 

2 do 

1 Macauley 

2 do 



200 
234 
194 
198 
,205 
197 
200 
138 
190 
17 
38 
100 
156 
302 
165 
188 
219 



50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 



20 24 



17 58 
12 13 
24 48 
17 30 



3 Macauley 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

2 Medora 

3 do 

4 do (2 schools) 
5. do 



9 
10 
11 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1 IMonck 

2 do (2 schools) 

4 do 

© do 

7 do 

8 do (2 schools) 

1 Morrison 

2 do 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

2 Muskoka 

3 do 

5 do 

6 do (2 schools) 

1 Oakley 

2 do 

4 do 

3 iRidout 

5 do 

1 Ryde 

2 do 

3 do 

5 do 

1 (Sinclair 

1 iStephenson 

2 do 



3 


do 


4 


do 


5 


do 


T 


do 


8 


do 


9 


do 


10 


do 


J 2 IStisted 


2 


do 


3 


do 


4 


do 


5 


do 


6 


do 


7 


do 


1 Watt 


2 


do 


3 


do 


4 


do 


5 


do 


6 


do 


7 


do 


1 Wood 


2 


do 



Grant. 
198 
184 
13 
162 
168 
108 
165 
255 
90 
45 
118 
129 
90 
78 
82 
260 
140 
108 
193 
258 
199 
167 
189 
185 
180 
171 
213 
155 
380 
208 
227 
215 
216 
221 
212 
200 
160 
188 
136 
. 174 
375 
157 
175 
180 
108 
120 
250 
175 
208 
202 
155 
202 
190 
220 
179 
185 
180 
175 
147 
260 
171 
164 
180 
163 



30 24 
24 24 
36 19 
21 11 
14 70 

19 46 

18 11 
14 74 
14 82 

20 11 
45 97 

19 93 

21 07 

22 32 
44 86 



Equipment. 

00 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 



20 40 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



81 



EDUCATION.— Continued 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate iSchools, Districts. — Continued. 



Grant. Equipment. 


Grant. 


Equ 


ipment. 


3 Wood 


125 00 

131 00 


3 Bethune 

1 Burpee & Ferguson 


161 
105 


50 
00 




4 do 






C. 


1 Burton 


182 
285 


00 
00 




Muskoka. — Trustees, R. 


1 Carling & Ferguson 




School: — 




2 do 


195 


00 




1 Baxter 


87 00 


4 do 


230 


00 








8 do 


190 


00 




Nipissing. — Trustees, Public 


1 Chapman & Croft 


515 


50 


43 44 


School'.— 


180 00 


2 do 


110 

100 


00 
00 


18 74 


1 Airy 


3 do 


14 58 


2 do 


82 50 

242 50 


4 do 


132 
175 


50 
00 


18 47 


2 Bonfield 


1 Christie 




3 do & Calvin 


262 50 


2 do 


170 


00 




5 Caldwell 


75 00 18 00 


3 do 


182 


50 




1 Calvin 


265 00 


5 do & Humphrey 


164 


50 




2 do 


295 00 

293 00 

195 00 


1 Croft 


157 

95 

114 


50 
00 
00 


26 00 


4 do 


2 do 




1 Cameron 


3 do 




2 do 


180 00 


1 Ferguson 


190 


00 




1 Chisholm 


162 50 


1 Ferrie 


133 


00 




2 do 


185 00 

162 50 

77 50 

120 50 


2 Foley 


200 00 
207 50 
155 00 
195 00 




4 do 


3 do 




5 do 


4 do 




1 Ferris 


1 Gurd and Pringle 


17 94 


2 do 


213 00 

57 50 

115 00 

102 00 


2 Gurd 

3 Gurd & Nipissing 
Ul Hagerman & Croft 

2 Hagerman 


155 
185 
300 
181 


00 
00 
00 
00 




3 do 




4 do 




3 Field 




1 Hugel 


210 00 


3 do 


205 


00 




2 do 


185 00 

190 00 


5 do 

Hagerman, Fergu- 


205 


00 




3 Kirkpatrick 




1 Lyell 


205 00 31 86 


son and Burpee . . 


190 


00 




2 do 


243 00 


1 Hardy 


85 


00 




1 Mattawan 


135 00 


1 IN. Himsworth .... 


60 


00 




2 Papineau 


200 00 


U 3 do 


175 


00 


17 85 


4 (Springer 


127 50 


U 4 do 


655 


00 


38 63 


1 Stewart 


220 00 

203 00 17 25 


1 IS. Himsworth 

2 do 


200 50 
181 00 


21 30 


1 Temagami 




1 Widdifield 


77 50 


3 do 


189 


00 




2 A do 


25fl 00 


4 do 


190 50 




2 B do 


257 00 


5 do 


184 


50 




3 do 


200 00 


6 do 


205 


00 




5 do 


257 20 


9 do 


115 


00 




6 do 


222 50 


1 (Humphrey, 2 schools 


272 


50 


28 71 


7 do 


255 00 


2 do 


77 


00 


10 54 


4 do 


60 00 . i . . . . 


6 do 


145 


00 


19 05 






7 do 


317 


50 


45 00 


Nipissing. — Trustees, R. 


C. 


8 do 


95 


00 


11 55 


School: — 




4 do and Conger 


120 


00 


14 31 


2 Chisholm 


77 50 


1 Joly 


161 


00 




3 Ferris 


135 00 

75 00 


2 Laurier 


159 
203 


00 
02 




1 Papineau 


3 do 




2 IB do 


90 00 


1 OLount 


145 
145 


00 
00 






2 do 




Parry Sound. — Trustees 




1 McConkey and 








Public School: — 




Wilson 


410 


00 


26 66 


1 Airy 


223 00 


2 do 


160 


00 




U 1 Armour & Perry . . 


210 00 


4 McDougall and 








3 Armour 


192 50 


Ferguson 


210 


00 




4 do 


157 00 


U 2 McDougall and 








5 do 


117 00 


IMcKellar 


212 


50 




6 do 


235 00 


3 iMoDougall 


95 


00 




7 do 


81 00 


5 do 


210 00 




2 Bethune 


97 24 6 64 


6 do 


190 


00 




6 P.A. 













82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued, 



1 McKellar .... 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

1 QMcKenzie 

U 1 McMurrich and 

Ryerson 

U 2 do 

3 McMurrich 

4 do 

5 do 

3 Machar 

4 do 

5 do 

do 

7 do 

1 Mills 

2 do and Pringle 

1 Monteith 

2 do 

3 do 

1 Mowat 

1 iNipissing 

3 do 

5 do 

1 Patterson and 

Pringle 

1 Perry and Mc- 

Murrich 

3 do 

7 do 

2 Perry 

5 do 

6 do 

8 do 

3 Pringle and Gurd. 
1 Proudfoot 

1 Ryerson 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 

6 do 

2 Ryerson and Mc- 

(Murrich 

1 ISpence and Ryer- 

son 

2 ISpence 

4 do 

1 Strong 

2 do 

3 do 

5 do 

6 do 

1 Wallbridge 

2 do 

Parry Sound, Trustees, 
R. C. School: — 
2 Nipissing 

Rainy River. — Trustees, 
Public School: — 
1 Atikokan 



Grant. Equipment. 

482 00 

207 50 

220 00 

209 00 

190 00 

115 00 

275 00 

157 50 

160 00 

77 50 

160 00 

225 00 

212 18 

195 00 

217 50 

242 50 

135 00 16 10 

161 00 

200 00 

200 00 

220 00 

175 00 22 70 

242 50 19 01 

135 00 20 70 

167 50 15 30 



202 50 



62 00 

177 50 

167 50 

191 00 

190 00 

155 00 

260 00 

207 50 

180 00 

130 00 20 11 

167 50 15 63 

150 00 25 54 

115 00 19 10 

135 00 15 02 

187 50 19 21 

170 00 

210 00 

102 00 ....'.. 

137 50 21 20 

157 00 

148 40 

149 00 19 00 

127 87 

659 50 35 25 

197 50 17 25 



1 Aylsworth 

3 Blue 

4 do 

1 Burriss 

2 do 

1 Carpenter 

2 do 

3 do 

2 iCrozier , 

3 do 

1 Devlin 

2 do 

3 do 

6 Dilke 

2 Dobie 

4 do 

Indian Reserve B 

1 Kingsford 

5 Lash 

10 do 

3 Mather 

8 do 

McCrossen 

1 Morley 

7 do 

8 do 

9 do 

1 Roddick 

1 iShenston 

5 do 

1 iSifton 

1 'Spohn 

2 do 

6 Tait 

7 do 

1 Woodyatt 

1 Worthington 

2 do 



Grant. 
147 
185 
185 
162 
200 
210 
158 
117 
172 
163 
195 
212 
234 
160 
157 
215 
77 
95 
430 
182 
165 
82 
82 
193 
205 
155 
155 
188 
185 
205 
91 
162 
95 
135 
185 
145 
187 
185 



Equipment. 



50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
95 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
50 



Rainy River. — Trustees, 
R. C. S. S.: — 

6 Dilke 165 00 

3 Mclntyre 170 00 

1 Morley 135 00 



Sudbury. — Trustees, Public 



132 50 



337 50 



16 67 



School:- 

3 Balfour 

4 do 

5 do 

1 Baldwin & Merritt 

2 do 

1 Bisootasing 

1 Blezard 

1 Broder and Dill . . 

2 Broder 

1 Cartier 

1 Casimer 

1 Chapleau 

1 Denison 

2 do 

3 do (2 schools) 
7 do 



23 45 
9 61 

16 74 
20 02 

15 80 
19 12 

16 09 
12 56 

15 19 
9 72 

27 72 

19 19 

20 30 
12 78 

16 02 
22 43 



32 47 
18 58 
24 60 



19 55 
21 42 
17 57 
15 26 

19 61 
6 84 

20 34 



15 23 
20 99 
23 00 

16 38 
9 83 



202 50 

209 00 

135 00 

180 00 

174 50 

310 00 

80 00 15 20 

105 00 

210 00 

217 50 14 45 

152 50 

441 00 

225 00 21 55 

212 50 18 10 

230 00 

225 00 22 25 



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83 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 



6 Denison & Louise. 
4 Drury 



Dryden 
Dunnet 

do 

do 

do 

do 



1 Garson 



do 

do 

Graham 

Hagar 212 



Grant. 
132 
125 
115 
275 
52 
202 
52 
116 
343 
252 
426 
200 



Hall am and 6 IMay 

Hallam 

Hanmer 

Hutton 

Jennings & iCasimer 
McKlm 

do 

Martland 

May 

do 

Nairn and OLorne. 
Neelon 

do 

do 

iSalter 

do 

do 



195 

185 

87 

205 

67 

218 

70 

256 

'260 

190 

205 

77 

380 

95 

225 

187 

.and May 190 

Shakespeare 168 

Snider and Creigh- 

ton 427 

Waters 152 



22 70 



Equipment. 
50 14 50 
00 

00 
00 
50 
50 
50 
50 
00 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
50 
00 
20 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 



1 Gillies, Scoble and 



20 60 



18 50 



50 

50 



25 10 
18 75 



Grant. 

Pearson 275 

Gorham and Ware 240 

do . . 248 

Jack Fish 237 

Kingsford 72 

'Lybster 86 

Molntyre 185 

do 186 

do 160 

do 190 

Mclntyre and Gor- 
ham 138 

Marks 192 

iNeebing 220 

do (2 schools) 82 

Nepigon 206 

O'Connor 105 

do 235 

do 270 

do _. 245 

Oliver 180 

do 395 

do 200 

do 160 

Paipoonge 193 

do 184 

do (2 schools) 375 

do 211 

Rossport 257 

iSavanne 97 

iSchreiber 1,067 

White 'River 200 



Equipment. 

00 

00 

00 

00 

50 

50 
00 
00 
50 
00 



00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
50 
25 
00 
50 
50 
00' 
00 



16 40 
15 43 
12 92 
21 45 
15 99 

14 94 

24'78 

27 '72 



22 23 
21 01 

23 29 

23 85 
30 60 

24 82 
40 70 
21 73 



49 68 
22 86 



Sudbury. — Trustees 
R. C. 8. 8.: — 

2 Blezard 

1 Chapleau 

1 Chisholm -. 

2 do 

1 Crosby 

3 Denison 

3 Ferris" 

2 Mason 

1 Merritt 

2 Neelon 

1 Papineau 

2B. do 

2 Rayside 



77 50 

847 50 

77 50 

77 50 

87 50 

163 50 

67 50 

65 00 

528 00 

446 00 

85 00 

90 00 

77 50 



Thunder Bay. — Trustees, 
Public School: — 

1 Blake 220 50 

1 Chapleau 475 00 

1 Conmee 121 00 

2 do 144 50 

1 Dorion 205 00 

2 do 190 10 

1 Gillies 153 88 

2 do 185 00 

3 do 262 50 



16 40 

41 58 



20 63 
20 33 



Temiskaming. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

1 Armstrong 214 50 

2 do 253 00 

2 Bucke 205 00 

4 do 574 50 

1 Cane 77 50 

1 Casey 164 50 

2 do 163 50 

1 Chamberlain .... 130 00 

2 do 125 50 

3 do .... 218 00 
3 A. Coleman (2 schools) 

601 50 

1 Clergue 245 00 

2 do 208 00 

3 do 130 00 

1 Currie 121 00 

1 Dack 392 50 

2 do 120 00 

3 do 127 50 

2 Dymond 169 50 

3 do 185 00 

4 do 215 00 

1 Evanturel 145 50 

2 do 155 00 

2 Firstbrook 12 75 





34 


38 


32 


58 


41 


29 


36 


81 


17 


78 


20 


34 


29 


17 


25 


43 


29 


97 


19 


26 


9 


89 



84 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued, 



General Grants, Rural Public and Separate Schools, Districts.— Continued. 



Grant. Equipment. 

Harley 170 00 

Harris 212 00 

do 92 50 

Henwood 82 50 

Hilliard 140 00 

do 189 50 

do 155 00 

Hudson Consolidated 260 75 

1 Ingram 228 7*5 

1 James 215 00 

1 Kendry 77 50 

1 Reams 216 00 

2 do 76 50 



25 74 
33 47 



20 22 

22 32 

9 25 



15 58 

27*83 
23 29 



3 Stephenson 

1 Masonville 

Montreal River 

1 Nicol 

3 Robillard 

1 
2 
1 
1 



Grant. Equipment. 



172 50 
172 00 
309 00 
216 00 
113 50 
230 00 
140 25 
198 00 



Taylor 

do 

Teck 

A. Tisdale (2 schools) 
554 00 

do 215 00 

Whitney 210 00 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Districts ($10,285.00) 



Algoma. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

1 Aweres 

Broken Front Salter 

1 Gaudette 

1 Calbraith 

4 Jocelyn 



Kenora. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

1 Jaff ray 

1 IMutrie 

1 Pellatt 

2 do 



Manitoulin. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

4 Assiginack 

7 Carnarvon 

5 May 



100 00 
150 00 
100 00 
250 00 
50 00 



20 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 



250 00 
250 00 
100 00 



Muskoka. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

4 Brunei 

3 Draper 

do 

do 

Macaulay 

do 



do 
do 
do 



4 Medora 



11 
2 

4 
7 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
4 



do .. 
Monck . . . 

do 

do 
Morrison . 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Stephenson 

do 

do 



25 


00 


50 


00 


40 


00 


120 


00 


50 


00 


70 00 


60 


00 


40 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


75 


00 


150 


00 


50 00 


40 


00 


35 


00 


S5 


00 


35 


00 


35 


00 


35 


00 


70 


00 


30 


00 


140 


00 


25 


00 



5 do 

8 do 

9 do 
10 do 

2 S'tisted 

5 do 

6 do 

7 do 

2 Watt . 

3 do 

6 do 

7 do 

2 Wood . 

3 do 

4 do 

5 do 



Nipissing. — Trustees Public 
School: — 
5 Caldwell 



Cartier . 
Chaff ey . 
Clergue . 
Fenwick 
Ferris . . . 
Field .... 

1 Hugel . . . 

2 Mattawan 
Nipissing 
Papineau 
Widdifield 

do 
do 
do 



Parry Sound. — Trustees Public 

School:— 
U 1 Burpee and Ferguson 

1 Burton 

4 Carling 

8 do 

4 Chapman 

4 Christie 

3 Croft 

U 1 Ferguson 

4 Foley 



7 13 



8 75 



1 65 

35 36 

4 38 

19 10 



25 00 
30 00 
40 00 
90 00 
40 00 
30 00 
30 00 
50 00 
40 00 
50 00 
50 00 
85 00 
60 00 
40 00 
85 00 
20 00 



50 00 

250 00 

25 00 

200 00 

25 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

150 00 

200 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

250 00 

50 00 



25 00 
60 00 
75 00 
40 00 
30 00 
300 00 
35 00 
25 00 
20 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



85 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools, Districts— Continued. 



2 Hagerman 

5 do 

1 Himsworth, 
4 do S. 
9 do 

6 Humphrey 

2 Laurier . . 

Lount 

Machar . . 

do 
McDougall 
McKellar . 

do 

do 

do 



N. 



U2 McMurrich 



do 

do 

do 

do 
Monteitli 

do 
Perry . . 

do 

do 

do 

do 
Ryerson 

do 

do 

do 

% Spence 
4 do 



and Ryerson 



30 00 

25 00 

200 00 

80 00 

110 00 

350 00 

150 00 

200 00 

150 00 

35 00 

20 00 

200 00 

30 00 

25 00 

30 00 

25 00 

25 00 

20 00 

20 00 

300 00 

25 00 

25 00 

20 00 

25 00 

30 00 

25 00 

25 00 

25 00 

25 00 

20 00 

30 00 

30 00 

30 00 



■Trustees Public 



Rainy River.- 
School:— 

1 Spohn . . 

2 do 



Sudbury. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

6 Denison 

3 Hallam 

4 Hutton 

5 Graham 

2 Martland 

2 Neelon 

7 Salter, May and Harrow 
Shakespeare 



Sudbury. — Trustees R.G.S.S. : — 

1 Burwash 

1 Merritt 



Thunder Bay. — Trustees Public 
School: — 

1 Conmee 

2 do 

1 Melgund 

1 O'Connor 

1 Savanne 

1 Ware 

2 do 



150 00 
150 00 



50 00 
100 00 
200 00 
50 00 
50 00 
200 00 
150 00 
150 00 



200 00 
100 00 



15 00 
15 00 
150 00 
100 00 
25 00 
250 00 
150 00 



Assisted Public and Separate Schools— Counties ($24,321.9 5 



Public Schools: — 

Treasurer, County of 

Bruce 580 00 

Dundas, Stormont and Glen- 
garry 40 00 

Essex 150 00 

Frontenac 2,958 23 

Grey 650 00 

Haliburton 2,995 00 

Hastings 3,810 70 

Lanark 510 00 

Leeds and Grenville 215 00 

Lennox and Addington 1,299 00 

Norfolk 50 00 

Northumberland and Durham 200 00 

Ontario 497 52 

Peterborough 3,900 00 

Prescott and Russell 190 00 



Renfrew 1,990 00 

Simcoe 400 00 

Victoria 2.145 00 

Separate Schools: — 

Treasurer, County of: — 

Carleton 126 00 

Essex 135 00 

Frontenac 157 50 

Huron 180 00 

Lanark 67 50 

Leeds and Grenville 108 00 

Lennox and Addington 45 00 

Northumberland and Durham 180 00 

Renfrew 675 00 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 67 50 



Military Instruction Public and Separate Schools Cadet Corps ($3,155.13) 



Treasurer, Public School Board: — 



Brantford 

Bridgeburg 

Dundas 

Hamilton: 
Adelaide Hoodless 
Barton Street . . . 



200 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 



Cannon Street 
•Caroline Street 
Central Street 
Hess Street . . 
King Edward 
King George . . 
Picton Street . 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



86 



PUBI4C ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Military Instruction Public and Separate Schools Cadet Corps. — Continued 



Queen Victoria . . 

Ryerson 

iStinson Street . . . 

iStrathcona 

Victoria Avenue . , 

Wentworth iStreet 

(Midland 

Niagara Falls 

Orangeville , 

Sault Ste. Marie . . . 
Toronto: 

Alexander Muir . 

Annette Street . . 

Bolton Avenue . , 

Borden 'Street . . . 

Brock Avenue . . 

Church Street . . , 

Clinton Street . . , 

Dewson Street . . 

Dovercourt Road 

Dufferin Street . 

Essex Street 

Fern Avenue 

Grace Street .... 

•Givens Street . . . 

Howard Street . . 

Huron Street . . . 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
200 00 

50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Kent 

Kew Beach 

King Edward 

Jesse Ketchum . . . 

Lansdowne 

Ogden 

Palmerston Avenue 

Park 

Parkdale 

Perth Avenue 

Queen Victoria . . . 

Ryerson 

Wellesley Street . . 
Western Avenue . . 
Winchester Street 
Withrow Avenue . 
Winona 



Treasurer, Roman Catholic 
Separate School: — 
Hamilton 



Contingencies : — 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 95c; printing, 
4.18 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
100 00 



50 00 



5 13 



Kindergarten Schools ($4,937.22) 



Treasurer, Puolic School Board, 
City of: — 

(Berlin 

iBrantford 

Chatham 

Fort William 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

London 

Ottawa 

Peterborough 

Port Arthur 

Sault Ste. (Marie 

St. Catharines 

Stratford 

St. Thomas 

Toronto 



Town of: — 
Aylmer 
Barrie 



68 
16 



136 08 
136 08 

71 
118 

53 76 
467 60 

72 24 
299 60 
383 04 

85 12 
42 00 
19 04 
77 84 
92 40 

86 80 
2,137 52 



25 20 
17 36 



Campbellford 

iCobourg 

Collingwood 

Gait 

Goderich 

Grand View 

Hespeler 

Ingersoll 

/North Bay 

Owen Sound '. . . . 

Paris 

Pembroke 

Picton 

Preston 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Tillsonburg 

Waterloo 

Walkerville 

Welland 

Contingencies : — 
Bolton, E., trav. expenses. 



8 40 
25 76 
33 60 
66 64 

16 80 

9 52 

17 92 
32 48 

14 56 
78 40 

18 48 
25 76 
20 72 
37 52 

15 68 
15 68 
23 52 
25 76 
27 44 
36 96 

64 10 



Night Schools ($2,398.78) 



Treasurer, Board of Education: — 

London : . . 30 37 

St. Catharines 113 00 



Toronto 2,127 41 

Waterloo 128 00 



Consolidated Schools, Districts ($1,000.00) 

Treasurer:— Hudson Consolidated School. — Grant, 1913 1,000 00 



Macdonald Consolidated School, Guelph ($800.00) 



Treasurer : — Grant 



800 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



87 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Director Elementary Agricultural Education ($2,600.00) 

S. B. McCready: Twelve months' salary as Director 



2,600 00 



Instruction in Agriculture and Horticulture, and Grants to School Gardens ($4,482.66) 



Trustees, Public Schools, 
District of: — 
Algoma 



Trustees, Public Schools, 
County of: — 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Duff erin 

Dundas 

Elgin 

Glengarry 

Grey 

Haliburton 

Halton 

Hastings , 

Huron , 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Lennox and Addington 

'Lincoln 

Middlesex 

iNipissing 

Norfolk 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell . 

Renfrew 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 



Trustees, Separate Schools, 
County of: — 

Bruce 

Dundas 

Huron 

Middlesex 



Grants to Instructors: — 
Abraham, E. E., ;SjS. No. 2, 

Chatham 

Allen, H. B., 1, Rawdon 

Allingham, E. iM., 3, Raleigh 
Annable, Susie, Village of 

Winchester 

Argue, Grace J., 3, Huntley . . 
Arnold, L. E., 6, Waterloo . . 

Bailey, M., 3, Southwold 

Bailie, Mabel A., 17 Ashfield 

and West 

Baker, Mabel C, 13, Yarmouth 
Bannerman, A. H., 7, London. 



Bates, E. J., 9, Mountain 

Bates, Esther, 22 Mountain . . 
10 04 Batters, Mary, 11, E. Luther. . 

Bearss, Lillie M., 18, Malahide 

Bearss, Chas., 13, Malahide . . 

Bebensee, D. L., 5, Zone .... 

Binnie, E., 9, Egremont 

Bishop, E. I., 7, Thurlow 

Black, A. M., 8, Otonabee 

Black, J. C, 12, Harwich and 
15, Howard 

Breakell, M. N., 10 Williams- 
burg 

Brooks, H. E., 4, Plympton . . 

Brown, M. A., 1, Metcalfe .... 

iBucke, Mary, 7, Southwold . . 

Burkholder, W. A., 5, East 
Gwillimibury 

Burnett, Wm., 3, Egremont . . 

Calvert, Lulu, 3, Nassagaweya 

Cameron, Pinna, 24 Yarmouth 

Cameron, Christie, 6, (North 
Gower 

Campbell, J. M., 7, Lobo .... 

Capes, M., 8, Bosanquet 

Carrow, Lettie, 23, Brantford. 

Christianson, F. M., 9, Wain- 
fleet 

Clark, Geo., U3, Louth and 
2, Clinton 

Clelland, Lulu, 1, E. Gwillim- 
bury 

Cornforth, W., 1, Harwich . . . 

Crabbe, B. B., 4 Dymond .... 

Crone, Elizabeth, 1, iSarn,ia . . 

Cruess, Z. M., 22, (Sidney and 
Thurlow 

Dunning, A. L., 5, Cumberland 
64 62 Eberhardt, Mary A., 1, Louth 

Elliott, G. K., 6, ;Biddulph .... 

Emmett, Z. M., 6, Yarmouth. 

Ferguson, Fred. L., 2, Minto. . 

Field, Lena, 3, Gainsboro. . . . 

Findlayson, Jno., Village of 
Dutton 

Fleming, Jessie, 7, Blenheim. . 

Fry, A. R., U3, Clinton and 4, 
Louth 

Fuller, Laura, 3, Downie 

Gilbert, M., 18, Yarmouth . . 

Good, Caroline B., 15, Burford 

Halpenny, Ira J., 16, Nor- 
manby 

Hamilton, Maggie, 12, Wind- 
ham 

Harris, iNellie, 8, Malahide . . . 

Heeks, E., 2, Trafalgar 

iHeddle, H. F., 9, Moore 

Henderson, Bessie iS., 3, Bever- 
ley 

25 13 Henry, Margaret, 4, Harwich 



73 


64 


10 


94 


94 


18 


17 


18 


90 


88 


126 


49 


9 


01 


55 


25 


20 


08 


148 


64 


137 


70 


22 


20 


256 


30 


198 


64 


9 


18 


2 


48 


107 


09 


134 


81 


8 


80 


18 


84 


10 


05 


99 


34 


42 


11 


75 04 


40 


20 


23 


79 


35 


17 


3 


40 


67 


80 


27 


11 


10 


05 


56 


08 



43 


04 


17 


75 


17 


75 


11 


46 


10 


04 


25 


13 


25 


12 


10 


05 


25 


13 


22 


61 


10 


05 


25 


13 


12 


57 



10 


05 


10 


05 


25 


13 


25 


12 


10 


04 


25 


12 


25 


13 


10 04 


25 


13 


10 


05 


10 


05 


25 


13 


25 


13 


25 


13 


10 


05 


25 


13 


25 


13 


12 


57 


12 


56 


10 


05 


12 


57 


25 


12 



25 13 



10 05 



10 


05 


25 


12 


12 


56 


25 


12 


12 


57 


25 


13 


25 


12 


25 


12 


10 


05 


10 


05 


12 


57 


10 


04 


10 


04 


10 


05 


12 


57 


10 


05 


25 


12 


25 


13 


25 


12 


25 


12 


25 


13 


25 


13 


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12 



88 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Instruction in Agriculture and Horticulture, and Grants to School Gardens.— Continued 



iHobbs, Bessie L.., 8, W. Mis- 
souri 

Horning, Clara E., 9, iSaltfleet 
Jamieson, Annie, 10, Amiston 

and Horton 

Johnston, W. B., 1, iSaltfleet.. 
Johnston, Hattie, 6, Trafalgar 
Kaufmann, A. J., 7, Wellesley 
Kitchen, M. A., 8, Pickering 
Klinck, iMyrtle, 12, Markham. 
Lackner, Emma, 13, Wellesley 
(Langsford, M. J., 6, Fenelon. 
(McArthur, J. E., 13, Blenheim 
IMcCallum, IMary, 2, Dover . . 
McDonald, Flora, 3, Trafalgar 
tMcDougall, E. M., 15, Caradoc 
iMcFadden, Mai, 1, Dysart . . 
iMcGee, Wm. P., 10, Carrick. . 

McGregor, M., 6, ILogan 

McKay, Robert, 3, Kenyon . . 
IMcMullen, John, 24, Chingua- 

cousy 

MdMullen, iHazel, 22, Sidney 

and Thurlow 

do 17, Thurlow 

MacDonald, (Margaret, 23, En- 

niskillen 

MacDonald, Jean, 7, Plympton 
MacDonald, D. A., 6, E. Zorra 
MaoLauchlan, E. T., 12 Cara- 

doc 

IMacMelvin, IMae, 1, Elma . . . 
IMacTavish, S. J., 3, Kincar- 
dine 

Matthews, J. J., 20, Ennis- 

killen 

(Mitchell, M., 13, Camden 

Moran, M. J., 7, Wellesley. . . . 
Morrison, A. D., 3, Mornington 
Morse, Edna, 11, Malahide... 
iMullen, M. K., 18, Winchester 
Nattress, Eva W., Village ;New 

Toronto 

iNeelands, Ada V., 19, King. . . 
(Neelands, Clara E., 10, Syden- 
ham 



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12 56 



Newhouse, F. J., 2, Louth, and 

1, Clinton ; 

O'Reilly, K., 5, Gloucester .. 
Osborne, Ethel, 1, Neebing . . 
Palmer, M., U12, Huntingdon 

Parker, Eva, 2, (Sidney 

Payne, Evelyn, 6, iS. Chatham 
Payne, P. W., 14, IMatilda .... 
Redick, L. «M., 17, Westminster 
Ripley, Alfberta, Village of 

Thamesville 

Rowe, J. R., U6, Raleigh and 

Dover 

Rush, Albert H., 1, Euphemia 
Shannette, K. IM., Village of 

Chesterville 

iShields, B. A., U8, Louth, and 

2, Grantham 

Sheriff, J. R., 2, E. Zorra 

Sillers, Annie, 12, Chatham . . 
Sheppy, Beulah, 6, N. Chatham 
Silverthorne, J. P., 21, ,Bur- 

ford, and 5, Oakland 

Sinclair, OL., 3, Monmouth 

Sinker, Vera M., 3, W. Nis- 

souri 

Smith, J. G., 10, Chinguacousy 
Smyth, ,M. A., 1, Mornington 
JSproat, E. L., Village of 

Lucan 

Stansell, N. R., 11, Bayham.. 

Sterritt, M., 12, Raleigh 

Tate, Ruth A., 7, Crowland.. 

Tate, A. G., 4, Cardiff 

Tennant, Alice, 8, Beverley. . 
Teskey, Gwendoline, 6, Fitzroy 

Trow, Peter J., 7, Chappie 

Waters, Bessie, 12, Southwold 
Williams, iManel G., 8, Camden 
Wilson, Mary E., 3, Gloucester 
Wilson, M. J., 13 Blenheim.. 
Wilson, Minnie E., 1, March. . 
Woodrow, Annie B., 15, East 

Zorra 

Wright, R. J., 16, Malahide . . 



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25 


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25 


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25 


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25 


12 


25 


13 


12 


57 


25 


13 


25 


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25 


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12 


56 


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12 


10 


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Instruction in Industrial Arts and Household Science ($30.00) 

Hawkins, E. T., grant to instructor 



30 00 



Continuation Schools ($68,670.29) 



Treasurer, Public School Board, 
County: — 
Brant: 

8 S. Dumfries 

Bruce: 

10 Huron 

Carleton: 

5 Fitzroy 

8 do 

5 Gloucester 

3 Huntley 

10 Nepean 

U 3 N. Gower 



6 N. Gower 

3 Marlborough . 
11 Osgoode 

292 53 15 do 

18 do 

535 03 Elgin: 

2 Bayham 

294 74 12 Southwold ... 

396 56 11 S. Dorchester 

255 76 Essex: 

556 05 9 S. Colchester 

246 30 4 Tilbury West 

321 44 



328 


53 


252 


69 


511 


10 


512 


49 


249 


00 


502 


06 


518 


93 


418 


28 


248 


95 


458 


80 



1913-14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



89 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Continuation Schools.— Continued. 



Frontenac: 

4 Wolfe Island 197 56 

7 Osprey 231 75 

5 Stephen 287 80 

Kent: 

6 Oxford 594 52 

U 5 Raleigh 498 35 

U 4 Romney 302 37 

Lanark: 

4 Pakenham 603 65 

Leeds and Grenville: 

17 Augusta 884 16 

15 Edwardsburgh 303 75 

Lennox and Addlngton: 

1 Amherst Island 222 08 

13 Ernestown 555 59 

U3 Sheffield and Camden . . . . 546 21 
Middlesex: 

U 16 Caradoc 503 18 

Northumberland : 

12 Clark 498 53 

2 Percy 597 69 

Ontario: 

15 Pickering 331 25 

Oxford: 

11 Blenheim 295 46 

U21 do 304 48 

24 do 343 18 

Peterborough : 

4 Ennismore 294 50 

Prescott and Russell: 

2 Russell 310 71 

Renfrew: 

2 Westmeath 301 78 

Simcoe: 

5 Essa 551 32 

5 Flos 590 6© 

Welland: 

11 Bertie 617 38 

York: 

13 E. Gwillimbury 526 90 

14 King 241 92 

District of: — Manitoulin: 

2 Assiginack 480 46 

1 St. Joseph 483 52 

Public School Board, Town of: — 

Ayr 492 71 

Beeton • 586 89 

Blenheim 681 03 

Blind River 571 02 

Bothwell 476 45 

Bracebridge 1,736 10 

Bruce Mines 1,234 72 

Dresden 649 98 

•Fort Frances 1,164 88 

Gore Bay 1,163 70 

Hanover 625 25 

Huntsville 1,315 20 

Keewatin 1,250 40 

Little Current 577 80 

New Liskeard 1,219 36 

Palmerston 596 80 



Sturgeon Falls 669 10 

Thessalon 1,143 36 

Tilbury 529 11 

Wallaceburg 670 97 

Webbwood 580 72 

Public School Board, Village of: — 

Acton 603 70 

Alvinston 603 55 

Arkona 235 78 

Bath 294 86 

Beaverton 618 98 

Blyth <355 45 

Bridgeburg 563 06 

Brussels 612 33 

Burk's Falls 1,234 52 

Burlington 632 84 

Cannington 524 04 

Cardinal 470 75 

Clifford 553 43 

Creemore 368 45 

Drayton 658 05 

Eganville 314 9£ 

Erin 396 23 

Exeter 833 67 

Fenelon Falls 558 02 

Finch 506 23 

Grand Valley 594 10 

Havelock 625 71 

Jarvls 309 93 

Lakefield • 628 70 

Lanark 545 04 

Lucknow 614 96 

Maxville 437 87 

Merrickville 472 97 

Millbrook 517 00 

Milton 654 13 

New Hamburg 626 88 

Norwich 543 10 

Oil Springs 553 08 

Parry Sound 1,654 20 

Paisley 586 42 

Port Colborne 351 48 

Powassan 554 40 

Richmond 262 58 

Rodney 466 95 

Shelburne 766 45 

Southampton 503 54 

Springfield 379 85 

Stayner 527 95 

.Stouffville 590 75 

Sutton 319 50 

Tara 609 59 

Tavistock 367 55 

Teeswater 493 17 

Thamesville 522 36 

Thornbury 515 12 

Thorndale 598 09 

Tottenham 517 86 

Tweed 562 13 

West Lome 302 83 

Westport 330 67 

Wroxeter 482 22 



90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Continuation Schools.— Continued. 



Trustees, R. C. 8.8., Village of:— 

Eganville 261 80 

Westpont 197 27 



King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 60.50; printing and 
binding, 437.08; paper, 40.45.. 538 03 



Fifth Classes ($11,615.54) 



Treasurer, County of: — 

Brant 

Bruce 

Elgin 

Grey 

Haliburton 

Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Leeds and Grenville 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Northumberland and Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Perth 

Prescott and Russell 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 



garry . . . 
Victoria .. 
Waterloo . 
Weliand . . 
Wellington 
Wentworth 
York 



Treasurer, Public School Board, 
Town of: — 

Dryden 

Kingsville 

Massey 

Mattawa 

Rainy River 



Village of: — 
Bayfield . . 
Bolton 



152 42 

95 87 

510 95 

191 14 

78 88 

130 48 

568 52 

200 36 

256 37 

91 35 

263 80 
60 37 
54 71 

288 41 
457 93 
133 07 
205 86 
93 78 
270 34 

290 45 

143 78 

221 56 

170 28 

264 54 
461 48 
363 28 



391 82 
215 53 
431 44 
178 24 
436 54 



87 57 
163 85 



Courtwright .. ... 12552 

Delhi 164 72 

Embro 142 56 

Fort Erie 114 75 

Hensall 165 75 

Hespeler 197 18 

Marmora 128 00 

Milverton 173 47 

South River 294 04 

Sundridge 251 18 

Victoria Harbor 174 41 

Woodbridge 123 15 

Woodville 13 30 

Wyoming 92 16 

Trustees, Public School Section, 

District of: — ■ 
Parry Sound: 

U 1 McOonkey and Wilson . . 205 92 

1 Nipissing 143 80 

U 4 N. Himsworth 282 32 

Thunder Bay: 

1 Chapleau 64 24 

1 Schreiber 324 72 

Treasurer, County of, for Separate 
Schools: — 

Carleton 54 00 

Essex 81 30 

Lincoln 51 15 

Renfrew 83 80 

Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry 146 55 



Town of: — 
Wallaceburg 



Contingencies : — 
King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 4.49; printing, 11.74. 



Arrears of Grants, 1912=13 ($929.63) 



Treasurer, .County of:- 
Grey 



91 39 



Village of: — 
South River 



76 35 



16 23 



322 34 



Treasurer, Public School Board, 
Town of: — 
Massey 515 90 



Model Schools ($28,164.73) 



Treasurer, Public School Board: — 

Grants : 

Clinton 1,000 00 

-Chatham 1,000 00 

Cornwall 1,000 00 

Guelph 1,000 00 



Hanover 1,000 00 

Kingston 1,000 00 

Madoc 500 00 

Orillia 1,000 00 

Renfrew 1,200 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



yi 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Model Schools. 

Bracebridge: 

Armstrong M. N., services as 
assistant, 200.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 41.95 241 95 

Bouck, C. D., services as assist- 
ant, 200.00; trav. expenses, 

53.00 253 00 

Coleman, Joseph, services as 

janitor 50 00 

Hofferd, Geo. W., services as 
assistant, 200.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 50.50 250 50 

Plewes, J. W., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; trav. expenses, 

74.35 324 35 

Sundry students, expense al- 
lowance 3,026 95 

Waugh, Jno., services as in- 
spector 100 00 

Wilson, W., services as assist- 
ant, 200.00; trav. expenses, 

55.50 255 50 

Services of Assistants: 
Chatham: 

Anderson, C 50 00 

Angus, A. B. . 50 00 

Birch, Olive 50 00 

Dunlop, Florence 50 00 

Farquharson, M 50 00 

Holmes, Gertrude . . 50 00 

Milner, M 50 00 

Mounteer, Alice 50 00 

Punchard, Mrs. M 50 00 

Sandison, A 50 00 

Schlenker, Mrs. M. 50 00 

Sills, Ottie 50 00 

Tackaberry, Edith 50 00 

Clinton: 

Chidley, E 50 00 

Cooper, Olive 50 00 

Courtice, Hattie 50 00 

Ford, Cleta 50 00 

Kerr, Minnie 50 00 

iMacGregor, Maud 50 00 

Stevens, Luella 50 00 

Wilson, Janet 50 00 

Wiltse, Maud 50 00 

Cornwall: 

Bilslaud, Isabel 50 00 

Binnie, Laura R. 50 00 

Bolton, B. F 50 00 

Brown, Lily R 100 00 

Cornell, iD. N 50 00 

Johnston, Maude 50 00 

MacDougall, Gertrude 50 00 

Rombough, Nora A 50 00 

Scott, B 50 00 

Theobald, Wm 50 00 

Warrington, M. S 50 00 



-Continued. 

Services of Assistants: 
Guelph: 

Bale, E. B 100 00 

Brady, J. E 50 00 

Davies, M. F 50 00 

Groves, M. G 50 00 

Hallett, E 50 00 

MacPherson, J. 1 50 00 

Millar, H. W 50 00 

Mortimer, G 100 00 

Norrie, F. F 50 00 

Ritchie, E. F. 50 00 

Gore Bay: 

Bernath, A. C, services as as- 
sistant, 200.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 66.80 266 80 

iHarvey, J. F., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; trav. expenses, 
78.82 328 82 

Nethercott, (Samuel, services 
as assistant, 200.00; travel- 
ling expenses, 63.85 263 85 

(Sundry students, expense 

allowance 827 95 

Services of Assistants — , 
Hanover: 

(Bamford, Lalia K 50 00 

Burgess, Mamie 50 00 

Flarity, Orell 50 00 

Montgomery, V. E 50 00 

McKee, Hanna 5000 

Niergart, Laura 50 00 

Ottmann, Aleda E . . 50 00 

Schaefer, Lizzie 50 00 

Smith, Gertrude 50 00 

■Smith, iSadie 50 00 

Zinn, A. E 50 00 



Kingston: 

Allan, Lally .: 50 00 

English, Jean 50 00 

Evans, Ella V. 5000 

Hinton, Gertrude 50 00 

Kelly, Margaret 50 00 

Parrott, Luella 50 00 

Ryder, Laura M 50 00 

Sanderson, Maude 50 00 

(Scott, Lillie 50 00 

Smith, Lorraine 50 00 

iSprague, Muriel 50 00 

Stewart, Jessie ' 50 00 

Sundry students, expense 

allowance 6 80 

North Bay: 
McDougall, J. B., services as 

principal 250 00 

Services of Assistants — 
Orillia: 

Black, L. I 50 00 

Bouse, CM 50 00 



92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Model Schools. — Continued. 



Hewitt, Clara . . 
Knox, John D. . 
Magnus, A. B. 

Mann, L. B 

iMann, Alice R. . . 
iMcEwen, Edith . 
McLean, Effie . . . 
Preston, Viola iM. 
iRussell, Edith J. 



Ottawa: 

Demers, J., Sr., services as 
janitor at 50c. per day 

Edwards, C. H., services as 
principal 

Karr, W. J., services as assist- 
ant 

Payment, L. E. O., services as 
assistant 

(Sundry students, expense 
allowance 

Peterborough : 

Keyes, S. J., services as prin- 
cipal 

Services of Assistants — 

Armstrong, M. V 

€adwell, L. C 

iDenne, M. J 

Downey, R. F 

Fessenden, D 

Gordon, E. M 

iHallett, M. E 

Jackson, J. A 

Jenkins, E 

Kerr, F. E 

Morrow, iE 

Morrow, M 

Peters, A. E 

Ross, iM 

/Staples, A 

Stubbs, IM. IE 

Tomlinson, E 

Thompson, B. L 

Walkey, W. H 

Yenney, H. A 

iSundry students, expense 
allowance 

Port Arthur: 

Foulds, R., services as janitor 
at 4.00 per week 

Kaine, J. iM., services as assist- 
ant, 200.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 65.00 

Reid, T. A., services as prin- 
cipal, 250.00; travelling ex- 
penses, 100.01 



50 00 
100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



27 50 
250 00 
100 00 
200 00 
847 30 

250 00 

25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 

51 25 



24 00 
265 00 
350 01 



Rosevear, H. IS., services as 
iScience Master 50 00 

Sundry students, expense 
allowance 1,040 87 



Services of Assistants: 
Renfrew: 

Eady, Belle 

Easton, Mrs. B. H 

Easton, A. W 

Devitt, Vera 

Dolan, Edith 

Lynch, Marcella 

Main, Pearl 

Millar, Ethel 

Millar, Eva 

Smith, Maud 

Stewart, Mabel 



Sharbot Lake: 

Hartley, John, services as 
principal, 250.00; travelling 
expenses, 73.05 

Inman, W. F., services as 
assistant, 200.00; travelling 
expenses, 48.00 

Sundry students, expense 
allowance 

Trustees of Methodist Church, 
rent of Church and services 
of caretaker 

Trustees of School Section 9, 
services of caretaker 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



323 05 



248 00 



1,134 79 



40 00 
10 00 



Sturgeon Falls: 

Anderson, Edward, services as 

janitor 15 00 

Gratton, S., services as assist- 
ant 200 00 

Jordan, A. A., services as 

principal 250 00 

Sundry students, expense 

allowance 342 13 

Contingencies: 

Bracebridge Gazette, adver- 
tising 2 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges... 6 83 

Houghton Manufacturing Film 

Co., books 26 10 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 101.49; printing 
and binding, 318.97; paper, 

25.38 445 84 

Mills, M., postage stamps 150 00 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 92 

Tilley, J. J., services inspect- 
ing model schools, 846.12; 
travelling expenses, 421.55.. 1,267 67 



English-French Training Schools ($22,899.39) 

C. H. Edwards: Twelve months' salary as Principal, Ottawa School 2,000 00 

J. Fleury: do Asst. Principal, do 950 00 

A. A. Jordan: do Principal, Sturgeon Falls 2,000 00 

S. Gratton: do Asst. Principal, do 800 00 



1913-14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



93 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



English=French Training Schools.— Continued. 

J. Hartley: Twelve months' salary as Principal, Vankleek Hill 2,000 00 

D.M.Eagle: do Principal, Sandwich 2,000 00 

A. Beneteau: do Asst. Teacher, do 800 00 

E. Cabana: do Caretaker do 420 00 



Acme Hardware Co., electric 

lamp, brush, hose, etc. . 17 15 

Amherstburg Ry. Light Dept, 

light 9 38 

Anderson, (Mrs. (E., services as 

caretaker 130 00 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 119,25; messages, 

6.45 125 70 

Beneteau, Amedia, trav. exp. . . 6 65 

Bezaire, Joe, repairing pulleys. 50 

Brennan, Rose, services practice 

teacher at 50.00 per annum.. 50 00 
Cabana, Mrs. E.. laundrying . . 10 65 

Can. Exp. Co., charges 1 45 

OP. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 85 

Cartier, Alfred, plumbing 1 75 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books . . 24 54 

Daoust, Mrs. Jos., ice 7 00 

Desjardin, Mrs. C., services as 
teacher of French at 4.00 per 

diem 2% 00 

Dom. Express Co., charges 14 63 

Eagle, D. M., postage, registra- 
tion charges, etc 2 97 

Ferrier, M., services as assist- 
ant at 450.00 per annum 187 50 

Gabrielie, G., services as teacher 

of French 50 00 

Gendron, Maria, services as 

teacher at 200.00 per annum. 150 00 
Gray, M. O., repairing lawn 

mower 50 

G.NJW. Tel. Co., telegrams 55 

Grinnell Bros., tuning pianos . . 2 50 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., apparatus 292 18 
Isabel, Sister Clare, services as 
practice teacher at 50.00 per 

annum 50 00 

Jarman, Frank, paints, etc 4 20 

Jarvis, A. H., stationery supplies 73 56 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery, 20.07; printing and 

binding, 94.22; paper, 25.04.. 139 33 

Le Dant, Jeanne, services as 

teacher of French at 50.00 per 

annum 12 50 

Librairie M. R. Lafontaine, 
books, 223.77; book case sec- 
tions, 21.95 245 72 

Marchildon, Blanche, services as 

stenographer 9 05 

Mary of The Visitation, iSister, 
services as practice teacher at 

50.00 per annum 50 00 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books 13 74 



Michaud & Levesque, rent of 
model school, 475.00; soap, 
scissors, brushes, etc., 18.00.. 493 00 

Miville, Theo., ice 2 20 

Newspapers and periodicals, 

subscriptions 85 55 

Office (Specialty Mnfg. Co., Ltd., 
filing sections, guides, cards, 
etc li 10 

Ottawa Electric Ry. Co., car 

tickets 34 00 

Ottawa Wine Vault Co., Ltd., 

water 29 00 

Pelletier, D., trav. expenses 3 80 

Pennington & Brian, plumbing, 
etc 6 05 

Pentz, F. W., stationery supplies 9 15 

Perrier, Marie, services as 
teacher of French, Art, etc., 
at 450.00 per annum 262 50 

Pineau, Rose, services as prac- 
tice teacher at 50.00 per an- 
num 50 00 

Popham, Geo. H., stationery, 
39.00; plate for door, index 
book, etc., 8.82 47 82 

Postmaster, rent of box, 6.00; 
postage stamps, 17.00 23 00 

Pritchard-Andrews Co., Ltd., 

rubber type and pad 6 65 

Rennant, Josephine, services 
as teacher of sewing at 50.00 
per annum 50 00 

Rosalie, Sister Mary, services as 
practice teacher at 50.00 per 
annum T. \ 50 00 

Sandwich Horticultural (Society, 

membership fee 1 00 

Sandwich Separate School 

Board, rent of school 600 00 

Sisters of St. Mary's, rent of 

school 400 00 

Spiers, John, cleaning materials 29 72 

Sproule, R. A., shelves 2 50 

Sturgeon Falls Advertising, Ltd., 

printing forms 4 00 

Sturgeon Falls, Town of, Water- 
works Dept., water 14 00 

Sundry students, board allow- 
ance, 7,333.35; trav. expenses, 
168.60 7,501 95 

Taillies, Marie, services as 
music teacher at 50.00 per 
annum 37 50 

Thorburn & Abbott, stationery, 
55.82; scissors, shellac, etc., 
32.80 88 62 

University of Chicago Press, 
book 1 80 



94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
English=French Training Schools.— Continued. 

Virginia, Sister M., services as Windsor Record Ptg. Co., Ltd. 

practice teacher at 50.00 per atlas of the World 

annum 50 00 Winn, E. A., stationery 

Windsor Gas Co., gas 26 40 

Unpaid Accounts, 1911-12 ($219.24) 
Fotheringham & Popham, sta- McClelland & Goodchild, books, 

tionery 8 82 



98 
26 55 



210 42 



Teachers' Associations ($4,995.33) 



Treasurer, Teachers' Institute- 
City of: — 

Brantf ord 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Kingston 

London 

Ottawa 

Peterborough 

(St. Catharines 

Toronto 

Windsor 



County of: — 

Brant 

Bruce, E 

Bruce, W 

Carleton, W 

Carleton, E 

Dufferin 

Dundas 

Elgin 

Elgin, W 

Essex, iS 

Essex, N 

Prontenac, S 

Frontenac and Addington . . . 

Glengarry 

Grey, E 

Grey, W 

Grey, |S 

Haldimand 

iHaliburton 

Halton 

Hastings, Centre 

Hastings, South 

Huron, E 

Huron, W 

Kent, E 

Kent, W 

iLambton, E 

Lambton, W 

Lanark, W 

Leeds, No. 1 

Leeds, /No. 2 

Leeds, No. 3 

Lennox and Addington 

Lincoln • 

Middlesex, E 

Middlesex, W 

'Norfolk 

(Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 1 

(Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 2 



25 00 
25 00 
75 00 
25 00 
50 00 
75 00 
25 00 
25 00 
325 00 
25 00 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 0D 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

25 00 

25 00 



Northumberland and Durham, 

No. 3 

Ontario, fi 

Ontario, N 

Oxford 

Peel 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew, N 

Renfrew, S 

Simcoe, IS.W 

Simcoe, E 

fSimcoe, N 

iStormont 

Victoria ; 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington, N 

Wellington, S 

Wentworth 

York, N 

York, iS 



District of: — 

Algoma, E 

Kenora and Keewatin 

/Muskoka 

iNipissing, S 

Parry Sound, W. ... •. 

Parry Sound, E 

Rainy River 

Sudbury 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 



Travelling Expenses of Lecturers 
Attending Meetings: — 

Abraham, E 

Althouse, M. W 

Brown, T. A 

Campbell, J. ,D 

Chambers, J. E 

iChisholm, W. I 

Coleman, H. T. J 

Coutts, R. D 

Cringan, A. T 

iDavidson, James 

iDavison, S. K 

Emery, J. W 

Ewing, iMina A 

Fleming, Roy F 

Hagerman, A. F 

Karr, W. J 



25 00 
50 00 
25 00 
75 00 
25 00 
75 00 
50 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
75 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



16 85 

16 50 

6 75 
10 55 
24 55 

17 15 
85 15 

1 65 

5 70 

3 65 

35 80 

7 50 
3 90 

10 44 
21 00 

11 20 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



95 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Teachers' Associations . —Con tin tied 



Kerr, iM 

Keyes, S. J 

IMoCutcheon, J. iM. 
iMcRae, Jessie iC. . 
Macdonald, Jno. A. 

iMacLaurin, J 

SMacpherson, W. !E. 
Mayberry, H. C. ... 
Morgan, iS. A. 
/Moshier, D. D. ... 

iNorris, J. C 

Painter, A. J 

Pakenham, W 

Pickles, IS 

Plewes, J. W 

Powell, A 

Prendergast, Wm, . 



Radcliffe, IS. J 21 

Ramsay, C 

Reid, T. A 

Rogers, John J 

Sanderson, R. P 

•Scott, Wm 

iSeaton, E. T 

iSeavey, J. R 



8 


60 


18 


95 


15 


60 


5 


95 


8 


95 


15 


75 


45 


75 


9 


95 


7 60 


12 30 


22 


80 


6 


90 


4 


90 


4 


45 


29 


55 


7 


10 


21 


45 


21 


50 


9 


15 


22 


05 


6 


45 


7 


15 


120 


00 


13 


90 


8 


17 



/Silcox, iS 

iStevenson, A 

Stevenson, O. J 

Turner, J. B 

Underhill, Jas. A 

Voaden, Jno 

Ward, W. G 

White, J. F 

White, E. T 

Whyte, !D 

Williams, T. E 

Williamson, Jas. H 

Contingencies : — 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd., supplies 

Can. Express Co., charges 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing, 11.59-; paper, 76c. 
Postmaster, postage stamps. . . 
Taylor, Ross, & Brown, ser- 
vices assisting at Art de- 
monstration 

Tench, W. H., arranging and 
shipping exhibit in connec- 
tion with convention 



5 


75 


22 


25 


15 


75 


2 


15 


66 


45 


3 


50 


8 


10 


19 


00 


4 


50 


6 


50 


9 


50 


7 


95 


1 


04 




60 


12 


35 




18 




50 


1 


00 



Grant to Ontario Educational Association ($1,400.00) 

Treasurer of Association, grant ■ 



1,400 00 



Spring and Summer Schools ($11,909.22) 



Services and Expenses of Instructors:- 



Services. Expenses. 
67 40 



Barton, Dr. J. W. ... 
Barton, D. M. ...... 

Bramfitt, G. N 

Cornish, G. A 

Corson, G. H 

Courtice, A. B 

Crawford, H. J 

Cringan, A. T 

Cudmore, S. A, 

Curtiss, A. L 

Coventry, F. G 

Doran, Hazel M 

Ferguson, W. C 

Fletcher, W. H 

Goodman, -M 

Grainger, H. A 

Hahn, E 322 00 

Holmes, R 

Jackson, Elsie W. . . . 

McCally, N 

Manley, CM 

Morrell, Robert 

Munger, J. E. 

Ockley, L. L 

Pakenham, W 

Pattinson, N. L 

Paul, H. A 

Payne, Gordon 

Reid, G. A 



350' 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


250 


00 


150 


00 


125 


00 


250 


00 


250 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


200 


00 


100 


00 


250 


00 


250 


00 


19 


00 


250 


00 


322 


00 


322 


00 


104 


15 


250 


00 


322 


00 


60 


00 


350 


00 


175 


00 


150 


00 


150 


00 


300 


00 


60 


00 


391 


66 



20 35 



39 15 



18 65 



Rogers, G. F. . . . 
Scarrow, A. N. . 
Sheppard, Peter 

Smith, A 

Taylor, A. T. 

Ward, W 

Williams, A. C. 



Sundry Students: 



Services. Expenses. 



250 00 
250 00 
60 00 
250 00 
200 00 
250 00 
200 00 



Abraham, Mary B. 
Anderson, Isabella . . . 
Armstrong, Lilian V.. . 
Arnold, Winnifred M.. 

Asselstine, Grace A 

Baxter, Isabella A 

Bolton, Mary E 

Briody, Annie 

Buchanan, Jessie J. . . . 

Burke, Ethel M 

Clark, Katie J 

Clegg, Irene 

Clyde, Lavinia 

Crosier, Jean E 

Draper, Thomas W. . . . 

Ford, Florence L 

Forrest, Alice J 

Forsythe, Eunice A. . . 

Garrioch, Robert 

Gillespie, Annie E. . . . 



Board 
Allowance. Expenses. 
38 85 10 60 
40 00 3 80 

40 00 5 20 

38 85 10 60 
40 00 8 10 

38 00 12 70 
40 00 11 90 
38 00 
40 00 
34 00 
38 00 
38 00 
34 00 
38 85 
38 8'5 
40 00 
38 00 

38 00 3 70 

38 85 11 65 
38 00 12 70 



7 


70 


4 


40 


29 


70 


3 


60 


11 


55 


9 


80 


3 


40 


2 


80 



96 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Spring and Summer Schools.— Continued. 



Harrigan, Mabel C 
Heyland, Miriam 
Hislop. Kathleen . . 
Jackson, Ethel R. . . 

King, Gertrude 

Lennox, Margaret J. 
McAdam, Jennie P. . 
McCulloch, Jessie A. 
McFarland, Anna . . . 
Mcintosh, Beatrice . 
MacGregor, Florence 
Maclnnes, Margaret 

Millar, B. iB 

Murphy, Bonnie . . 
Newman, Olive . . 

Penf old, M. R 

Potter, Mary M. 
Richardson, Pearl 

Rose, Maud L 

Salvadge, Mabel . . 
Shillington, Laura M 
Thompson, Mary C 
Weatherill, Nellie 
Whitley, Erne E. . 



Board 
Allowance. Expenses. 



38 00 
38 00 
38 85 
38 85 
38 00 
3« 00 
38 00 
40 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
34 85 
38 00 
40 00 
38 00 
38 00 
38 00 
40 00 
38 85 
38 85 
38 00 
40 00 
38 00 
54 70 



12 70 



3 


40 


5 


80 


24 


00 


17 


00 


9 


80 


4 


20 


2 


20 


21 


70 


15 


40 


8 


50 



Contingencies : — 

Barron, R., Ltd., supplies . . . 

Bell Piano & Organ Co., Ltd., 
rent and cartage of piano. . 

Bell Telephone Co., messages. 

Bowes, Mrs., services as char- 
woman at 1.40 per diem... 

Brooklyn Biological Supply 
Co., supplies 

Cambridge Botanical Supply 
Co., supplies 



5 20 
16 10 

10 20 
9 00 

11 90 
14 80 

5 30 

'390 



12 88 



10 00 
6 70 



71 40 



29 22 



22 00 



Campion, T. W., specimens . . . 

Cannon, W. Y., tables 

City Dairy Co., milk 

Davies, Wm., Co., provisions. 

Dietzgen, E., & Co., paper . . . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., cloth . . . 

Foote Mineral Co., specimens. 

Gage, W. J., & Co., examina- 
tion paper 

Heintzman, Gerhard, rent of 
piano 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., supplies. 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 56.40; printing 
and binding, 693.70; paper, 
296.55 

Laird, A. L., disbursements.. 

Lake Simcoe Ice Co., ice 

Lyman Bros. & Co., chemicals 

Mills, M., postage stamps 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 

Provan, A., supplies 

Sifton & Co., footballs 

Stambach, F., trav. expenses. 

Steele Briggs Seed Co., seeds. 

Toronto Ry. Co., fares of chil- 
dren 

University Press, paper 

United Typewriter Co., neo- 
style paper, 33.00; rent of 
typewriters, 14.00 

Ward's Natural Science Estab- 
lishment, mineral specimens 

Wilson, E. P., rent of gym- 
nasium 

Wilson, Harold A., Co., sup- 
plies 



51 


00 


54 


75 


15 


00 


2 


57 


5 


00 


11 


95 


16 


25 



2 79 



7 00 
81 29 



1,046 65 



4 


28 




90 


21 


26 


150 


00 


52 


50 


23 


97 


5 


50 


7 


00 


22 


01 


13 


00 


7 


45 


47 


00 


9 


46 


100 


00 


121 


88 



Accounting and attendance upon Students re Spring and Summer Schools ($200.00) 

Cunningham, Mrs., extra services re Normal Teachers in Training 100 00 

Springer, S., do do do 100 00 

Chief Inspector of Schools ($3,100.00) 

J. Waugh: Twelve months' salary as Chief Inspector 3,100 00 

Inspection of Public and District Schools ($88,539.21) 

J L. Moore: Twelve months' salary as Inspector of District Schools 1,983 32 

i McLaughlin: Two do do 316 00 

L.A.Green: Twelve do do i,»w sz 

J. Ritchie: do do 1,451 32 

H. R. Scovell: do do 1,983 32 

D. M. Christie: do do 1,983 32 

W. J. Hamilton: do do 1,253 83 

W. J. Hallett: do do ...... 1,983 32 

W. Atkin: do do County iSchools... 991 67 

W. F. Bald: do do 991 83 

Jno. E. Benson: do do ...... 891 67 

Robt. Boyes: do do 991 67 

G. E. Broderick: do do 99167 

I. D. Brules: do do 862 49 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



97 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Inspection of Public and District Schools.— Continued . 

H. H. Burgess: Twelve months' salary as Inspector of County /Schools 991 67 

N. W. Campbell: do do 991 67 

A. L. Campbell: do do 991 67 

H.J.Clarke: do do 638 41 

J.M.Cole: do. do 770 16 

W. H. G. Colles: do do 99167 

Joseph Colling: do do 1,308 50 

H.F.Cook: do do 99167 

Henry Conn: do do 991 67 

T. A. Craig: do do . . 934 76 

J. J. Craig: do do 991 67 

Jos. W. Crewson: do do 991 67 

Isaac Day: do do 991 67 

J. M. Denyes: do do 883 34 

T. R. Ferguson: Ten and a quarter do 908 64 

Jno. M. Field: Twelve do 991 67 

W. C. Froates: do do 991 67 

James Froates : do do 991 67 

W. J. Galbraith: do do 991 67 

Root: Galbraith: do do 99167 

Jos. L. Garvin: do do 991 67 

V.K.Greer: do do 89167 

S. Huff: do do 991 67 

R.A.Hutchinson: do do 1,025 00 

W. W. Ireland: do do ..-.-... 991 67 

Wm. Irwin: do do 933 16 

Thos. Jamieson: do do .. 991 67 

Wm. Johnston: do do . .. 991 67 

H. D. Johnson: do do .. 991 67 

R. Kinney: do do 832 91 

R. Lees: do do .. 991 67 

W. R. Liddy: do do . . 991 67 

E.Longman: do do 89167 

Jno. McCool: do do ...... 991 67 

N. McDougall: do do .. 991 67 

G. G. McNab: do do ...... 991 67 

Wm. Mackintosh: do do ...... 991 67 

J. W. Marshall: do do 968 50 

D. A. Maxwell: do do ...... 991 67 

F. L. Mitchell: do do 793 33 

C. Moses: do do .. 991 67 

C. W. Mulloy: do do .. 991 67 

Jno. Nelson: do do 900 00 

D. A. Nesbitt: do do '. 991 67 

L.Norman: do do ...... 89167 

Albert Odell: do do . .. 991 67 

R. A. Patterson: do do ... .. 991 67 

S.Phillips: do do ...'..'. 1,623 33 

M. R. Reid: do do . . 991 67 

F. W. Sheppard: do do . . . . . . 676 33 

J. H. Smith (Chatham) do do ... 743 75 

J.H.Smith (Stratford) do do ...... 495 83 

J.H.Smith (Hamilton) do do •••••• ^ ^ 

w ^ ; ^ anding: d ° do ; ; ; ;.; ; 991 67 

W. H. Stevens: do do 991 67 

Jno. A. Taylor: do do 495 84 

P. J. Thompson: do do "." qqi R7 

7- E K Tom ey: 2° d ° :::::: 9 "" 

J. E. Tom: do do o ql fi7 

S. A. Truscott: do do JXj " 

R. H. Walks : Nine days do *£ ^ 

J. M. Fleury: Extra services inspecting. ' ~ do 353 11 

7 P.A. 



98 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Inspection of Public and District Schools.— Continued. 



Grants: — 

Treasurer, Board of Education; 

Belleville 

Berlin 

Brantf ord 

Brockville 

Chatham 

Fort William 

Guelph 

Hamilton 1,250 00 

Kingston 280 00 

London 780 00 

(Niagara Falls 135 00 



145 00 
240 00 
355 00 
130 00 
180 00 
245 00 
205 00 



Ottawa 915 00 

Peterborough 285 00 

Port Arthur 220 00 

Prescott 40 00 

iSt. Catharines 205 00 

St. Mary's 50 00 

iSt. Thomas 265 00 

Smith's Falls 135 00 

Stratford 227 50 

Toronto 5,565 00 

Trenton 60 00 

Windsor 275 00 

Woodstock 145 00 



G. K. Mills: 
J. P. Hoag: 



J. F. Power: 
M. O'Brien: 
J. F. Sullivan: 
J. E. Jones: 
J. P. Finn: 



Inspection of Continuation Schools ($5,400.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Continuation Schools 

do do 

Inspection of Separate Schools ($9,916.60) 

Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Separate Schools 

do do 

do do 

do do 

do do 



Inspection of English=French Schools ($10,000.00) 

W. J. Summerby: Twelve months' salary as Inspector of English^French Schools 

R. O. White: do do 

E. E. Ingall: do do 

V. H. Gaboury: do do .... 
L. E. O. Payment: do do 

Inspection of Technical Schools ($2,400.00) 
A. H. Leake: Twelve months' salary as Inspector of Technical Schools 



Travelling and moving expenses of Inspectors}($12,775.38) 



Brules, I. D 

Christie, D. M 

Colling, J., travelling expenses, 
266.76; less accountable 1912, 
100.00 

Ferguson, T. ;R 

Finn, J. P., trav. expenses, 
672.95; accountable, 100.00.... 

Fleury, J 

Gaboury, V. H 

Green, L. A 

Hallett, W. J 

Hamilton, W. J 

Hoag, J. P 

Hutchison, R. A 

Ingall, E. E 

Jones, J. iE 



37 


75 


585 


65 


166 


7-6 


215 


75 


772 


95 


486 


10 


585 


15 


257 


60 


399 


72 


374 


78 


839 


61 


17 


40 


553 


69 


361 


01 



Leake, A. H 

Merchant, F. W 

Mills, G. K. 

Moore, J. L. . .' 

McLaughlin, J., accountable... 

O'Brien, M 

Payment, L. E. O 

Phillips, S. B. A 

Power, J. F 

Ritchie, J. B. A ., 

Scovell, H. R 

Sullivan, J. F 

Summerby, W. J., trav. expenses, 
389.88; accountable, 100.00... 

Waugh, J 

White, R. O 



2,800 00 


2,600 


00 


1,983 


32 


1,983 


32 


1,983 


32 


1,983 


32 


1,983 


32 


2,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


2,400 


00 


609 35 


733 


25 


665 


21 


468 


15 


100 


00 


597 


55 


608 


77 


234 


40 


245 


77 


210 


98 


402 


90 


460 


51 


489 88 


754 


06 


542 


68 



Stationery, postage, printing, binding and contingencies for Inspection ($5,654.40) 

Bell Telephone Co., messages . . 8 00 Bristow, M. G., typewriter 60 00 

Benson, Wilcox Electric Co., Can. Express Co., charges 60 

portable lamp 7 25 Can. House Furniture Co., office 

Boyer, Ruth, copying .' 50 furniture 77 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



99 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Stationery, postage, printing, binding and contingencies for Inspection.— Continued, 



Can. Office and School Furniture 
Co., desk 

C.P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., telegrams.. 

Comstock, Aaron, office furniture 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Government (Dock, iSault 
iSte. Marie, freight charges... 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., office furni- 
ture 

Elliott, J. H., envelopes 

Finn, J. P., accountable 

Fotheringham & Popham, print- 
ing letter heads, etc 

Gaboury, H., accountable .... 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 

Graham, A. E., rent of office . . . 

GjN.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

G.T. Ry. Co., cartage 

Hallett, G. A., copying returns 
of statistics 

Hallett, Georgia, services as 
clerk 

Hambly's Stationery, postal 
scale, letter file, etc 

Hamilton, W. J., accountable . . 

Heffernan, Mary J., services as 
stenographer 

Hilts Printing Co., printing, etc. 

Hope, Jas., & ISons, stationery. 

Howell, Florence, services as 
clerk at 1.50 per diem 

Ingall, E. E., stationery, etc 

Ingall, Effie E„ services as clerk 
at 20 1 /£c. per hour 

Jones, G. R., services as steno- 
grapher at 33%c. per hour . , 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 229.03; printing 
and binding, 2.590.64; paper 
458.33 

Langdon, R., services copying 
reports 

he Droit, subscription 

McCaig, A., services as steno- 
grapher 



47 


25 


2 


83 


23 


10 


4 


45 


2 


06 


178 


75 




75 


8 


00 


14 


45 


100 


00 


2 


63 


100 


00 


8 


43 




25 


1 


00 


^ 00 


5 


75 


100 00 


15 


25 


9 


25 


2 


60 


12 


00 


31 


40 


16 65 


10 


00 



3,278 00 



10 00 
1 50 

4 00 



McCleary, C. iS., cartage 

McGoey, G., rent of office 

MaoPherson, F. R. J., Co., Ltd., 

office lamp 

Mail Printing Co., advertising. . 

Mills, DM., postage stamps 

Moore, H. M., services making 
out annual reports, etc 

National Typewriter Co., inspec- 
tion 

Office iSpecialty Co., office furni- 
ture 

Ontario Furniture Co., office 
furniture 

Ottawa Printing Co., printing. . 

Parry Sound Canadian, station- 
ery, etc 

Payment, iL. E. O., accountable. 

Popham, Geo. H., stationery, 
39.15; (printing, 20.00; rent of 
typewriter, 10.00 

Pope, iSir Joseph, 500 copies 
pamphlet " The Flag of 
Canada " 

Postmasters, postage stamps . . 

Ritchie, Jno., accountable 

Sanders, Joseph, rent of office, 
70.00; services as steno- 
grapher, 2.50 

iSault Stationers, Ltd., stationery 

Scarborough Co., map 

Scovell, H. R., stationery 

Scovell, P. A., rent of office 

Smallman & Ingram, office furni- 
ture 

Temiskaming Telephone Co., 
Ltd., rent of telephone 

The Canadian, printing forms, 
etc 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets 

United Typewriter Co., type- 
writers 

Walton, E. T., rent of office 

Western Commission Co., type- 
writer 



1 

5 


00 
00 


4 
2 

400 


50 
25 
00 


22 


00 


1 


00 


120 


25 


71 
3 


75 

oe 


12 
100 


25 
00 



G9 15 



50 


00 


75 30 


100 


00 


72 


50 


6 


85 


2 


10 


36 


55 


33 


00 



15 25 

10 00 

13 00 

20 00 

135 00 

78 00 

45 00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($50.07) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery, 26.15; paper, 24.82 



50 97 



Departmental Examinations. 

Salaries ($14,500.00) 

R. W. Anglin: Twelve months' salary as Registrar and Secretary of Matricu- 
lation Board 2,800 00 

R. A. Croskery do Clerk and (Secretary of Board of 

Examiners and Assistant Sec- 
retary of (Matriculation Board 2,400 00 

J. A. Brown: do Clerk in Registrar's Branch 1,500 00 

W. W. Jeffers: do Clerk of Examinations 1,350 00 

R. J. Bryce: do Assistant do 1,300 00 

Geo. Lyons: do Clerk of Certificates 1,100 00 

A. MacPherson do Stenographer 775 00 

M. E. iSaunderson: do do 775 00 



100 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 



B. Leadbetter: Twelv p mnnthn' 


salary as 


Printer 




1,200 00 
650 00 


Wm. Parr : 


do 
do 


Assistant Printer 




W. A. Beecroft: Five 


Clerk of Examination Records . . . 


650 00 






Examiners ($64,427.90) 








Services. Expenses. 


Services. Expenses. 


Adams, Jno. iM 


50 00 


8 40 


Breckon, F. L 


104 40 


10 00 


Agla, Mildred 


97 20 


5 89 


Brennan, Jennie 


86 40 


5 95 


Aitchison, Belle 


106 80 


43 20 


Bristol, iS. K 


124 80 


41 95 


Allen, M. E 


122 40 


6 75 


Broatch, M. A 


75 




Allison, H 


115 20 


4 15 


Brown, J. A 


22 50 




Amos, H. E 


112 80 


4 65 


Brown, L 


99 60 


'Yio 


Anderson, G. R 

Anderson, iL. C 

Anderson, W. G 

Anderson, Nellie 

Anderson, B. E 


93 60 
86 40 
140 40 
96 00 
95 40 


* 4 20 

10 10 
62 00 

7 40 


Brown, P. W 

Brown, T. A 

Brown, iMary 

Brown, H. W 

Broughton, C. E 


65 43 
90 

50 00 
86 40 
92 40 


3 70 

8 80 


Andrus, G. A 

Angus, A. B 

Armstrong, Eunice 

Armstrong, G. P 

Armstrong, \M. N. . . 

Arthur, C. C 

Asselstine, 


86 40 
7 20 
86 40 
90 00 
43 60 
97 20 
90 00 


6 20 

20 25 

2 85 

4 20 
8 70 


Brunt, R. A 

Bryson, A. E 

Buchanan, J. A 

Buchanan, W 

Buchanan, D 

Burchell, J. E 

Burchill, iMrs. Jean 
Burns, C. J 


97 20 

15 00 

162 00 

115 20 

129 40 

97 20 

96 00 

115 20 


12 45 

90 

8 50 

2 75 

74 54 

12 40 
23 20 

13 50 


Augustine, Annie 


95 40 


9 35 


Burrill, E. L 


50 00 


15 00 


Auld, Chas 


118 80 


5 35 


Burt, A. W 


97 20 


4 55 


Austin, G. C 


90 00 


4 70 


Butcher, C. W 


95 40 


5 10 


Awde, E. 


97 20 


6 00 


Cameron, J. G 


122 66 


4 25 


Aylesworth, P. W. ... 


25 00 


10 75 


Cameron, J. iS 


118 80 


4 15 


Bailey, J. J 


93 60 




Cameron, A. A. . . ._. . . 


95 40 


5 35 


Baird, A. W 


115 20 


15 66 


Cameron, Agnes .". . . 


15 00 


4 10 


Baird, M. IM. J 


122 40 


41 60 


Campbell, Minnie 


93 60 


10 05 


Baird, W 


90 00 




Campbell, H. iM 


92 40 


3 25 


Baker, iS. J 


93 60 


"7 95 


Campbell, iM. A 


95 40 


9 54 


Baker, W. T 


95 40 


60 00 


Campbell, Stella . . . 


96 00 


6 60 


Baker, W. R 


15 00 


1 35 


Campbell, J. D 


19 80 




Bale, G. iS 


127 20 


10 70 


Campbell, P. G. C. ... 


81 60 


31*35 


Ball, IMrs. F. A 


86 40 


7 40 


Campbell, Jas 


29 40 




Bannister, J. A. 


118 80 


3 50 


Campbell, G. A 


147 60 


11*20 


Barnes, C. L 


96 00 




Cantelon, J. W 


111 00 


12 70 


Barker, G. A 


96 00 


"6*85 


Carlisle, J. O 


135 20 




Barr, L. A 


118 80 




Carlyle, J. A 


108 00 




Beatty, S 


168 60 




Carruthers, A 


122 40 




Bell, F. H 


104 40 


i6 45 


Carscadden, T 


108 00 


3 90 


Bell, J. M 


115 20 


5 60 


Carter, Janet 


118 80 


5 45 


Bell, W. N 


104 40 


4 35 


Carpenter, Ida M. ... 


122 40 


1 30 


Bell, J. S 


104 40 


3 10 


Case, H. J 


90 00 


7 25 


Bellamy, W 


118 80 


4 50 


Casselman, A. C 


5 85 


38 95 


Berlanquet, H. 6. ... 


41 75 




Cattanach, Jessie . . . 


117 60 


17 10 


Bernath, A. C 


122 25 


*9*45 


Challen, >N. E 


99 00 


10 95 


Berney, L. J 


90 00 


8 80 


Chambers, J. E 


35 24 


1 20 


Binnie, L. R 


10 80 




Chant, C. A 


126 60 


14 60 


Birchard, A. F 


93 60 


17*75 


Chapman, Hattie 


90 00 


4 00 


Blyth, iSara 


90 00 


2 95 


Chase, R. M 


96 00 


9 65 


Bolton, E 




23 35 


Chidley, E 


21 00 




Bottomley, J. B 


90 66 


5 45 


Chisholm, W. I 


2 40 




Bouck, C. D 


43 00 




Chown, G. Y 




*29*45 


Boyd, Anna A 


124 80 


1310 


Chown, Hattie 


7086 


10 45 


Brady, Jean E 


4 35 




Christie, J. D 


108 00 


5 25 


Braithwaite, H. W. G 


80 




Christie, D. M 


118 50 




Breakell, Isabel 


2 10 




Clark, A. L 




'14*95 


Brebner, J. B 


45 00 




Clark, G. A 


' 97*20 


6 00 



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101 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 

Examiners.— Continued. 



Services 


. Expenses. 


Services. Expenses. 


Clark, I. E 


86 


40 


6 85 


Dunkley, A. W 


118 80 




Clark, M. iS 


30 


00 




Dunlop, C. G 


97 20 


**3 20 


Clayton, V. E 


90 00 


'23*75 


Dunlop, W. J 


100 00 




Coad, H. G 


122 


40 


3 75 


Dunnett, A. H 


117 60 




Coates, D. H 


111 


00 


4 20 


Dunwoodie, A. L 


92 40 


1610 


Cole, J. M 


83 


40 


9 25 


Dunwoodie, Norma . . 


95 40 


18 15 


Cole, Geo. A 


20 


25 




Eckhardt, Jessie . . . 


68 40 




Cole, A 


99 


60 


*7o6 


Edmunds, L. J 


96 00 


16*75 


Coleman, H. T. J 






53 60 


Edwards, F. W 


192 60 


48 55 


Colling, J 


*89' 


25 


13 63 


Edwards, W. G 


90 00 




Collins, M 


48 


68 




Edwards, M. C 


96 00 


"3*95 


Collip, J. B 


93 


60 




Edwards, J. J 


92 40 


2 45 


Connell, M. L 


55 


81 




Edwards, Grace 


92 40 


8 10 


Conway, Irene 


86 


40 


' 5 45 


Eldon, R. )H 


38 40 




Coomfbs, F. E 


25 


00 




Elliott, X 


140 40 


"6*40 


Coombs, A. E 


115 


20 


"4*20 


Elliott, T. W 


97 20 


7 60 


Cook, M 


122 


40 


7 10 


Elliott, OH. E 


112 80 


5 00 


Cook, J. A 


115 


20 


14 35 


Elliott, Clara <E 


1 80 




Cook, G. iS 


5 


00 




Elliott, Thos. E 


175 65 


64*25 


Cooper, Mary E 


33 


75 




Elmslie, Kate 


92 40 


3 95 


Copeland, G. E 


97 


20 


"3*70 


Elmslie, W 


104 40 


7 60 


Corkery, F 


124 


80 


12 70 


Emery, J. W 


224 40 


34 50 


Cornell, D. IN 


10 


80 




Emery, C 


90 




Cornell, W. E 


15 


00 


"75 


Evans, W. A 


93 60 




Cornell, iM. (L 


112 


80 


41 70 


Evans, W. E 


86 40 


*4 05 


Cottle, E. M 


2 


40 




Ewer, C. F 


99 60 


2 75 


Courtice, &. J 


118 


80 


"l 90 


Ewing, N 


25 20 




Cowan, Margaret . . . 


115 


20 


11 80 


Ewing, F 


122 40 


1405 


Cowan, Euphemia . . . 


96 


00 


4 10 


Faint, P. iB 


124 80 


2 60 


Cowan, W. K 


12 


00 




Feasby, W. J 


92 40 


6 75 


Crawford, J. T 


104 


40 




Feeney, Nettie 


2 10 




Cringan, A. T 


3 


60 




Ferguson, Jno 


117 60 


* 1*50 


Cummer, May E 


95 


40 


"6*75 


Ferguson, T. R. .* 


75 





Cunningham, E 


82 


80 


13 45 


Ferguson, L. M 


92 40 


4 95 


Cunningham, C. I. 


124^ 


"SO 


5 45 


Ferguson, W. P 


104 40 




Currie, Louise M. . . . 


56 


40 




Fetterly, H. B 


124 80 


1510 


D'Arcy, Clara 


47 


62 




Findlay, W 


167 40 




Darroch, W. F 


96 


00 




Firth, T 


132 00 


5 45 


Davies, Mary F 


4 


35 




Fitzgerald, E 


118 80 


4 80 


Davidson, IS. K 


1 


20 




Fleming, R. F 


75 20 


10 61 


Davidson, V. M 


92 


40 


"i 20 


Fleming, L. C 


90 00 


4 65 


Davidson, H 


97 


20 


2 60 


Fletcher, B. L 


115 20 


14 60 


Davidson, Jno. H. . . 




75 




Fleury, J. IM 


123 00 




Dawson, M. M. 


95 


40 


"4*16 


Ford, H. D 


124 80 


3 70 


Day, J. W 


96 


00 


4 55 


Ford-Firby, Mrs. E.. . 


93 60 


9 45 


Dearing, C 


33 


00 




Forrest, W 


97 20 


12 50 


Dearness, C 


4 


20 




Forrester, J. W 


124 80 


14 50 


Dent, W. A 


97 


20 


13 00 


Foster, Jessie 


118 80 


3 20 


De Witt, N. W 


133 


50 


1 07 


Fraser, C G 


115 20 




Dickenson, E. U 


112 


80 


10 50 


Fraser, W. H 


213 60 


"i'oo 


Dickenson, J. A 


198 


00 


29 85 


Fraser, J. W 


99 60 


10 20 


Dickey, M. A 


92 


40 


5 45 


Galbraith, W. J 


35 40 


6 10 


Dickson, J. D 


122 


40 


1 05 


Gavin, F. P 


124 80 


10 45 


Doherty, Mabel 


92 


40 


5 65 


Gibson, Ethel 


118 80 


4 65 


Doherty, J. C 


97 


20 


5 05 


Gibson, J. W 


13 20 




Dobbie, I. E 


95 


40 


22 95 


Gilchrist, D. A 


118 80 


12*85 


Doidge, T. C 


90 


00 


6 10 


Giles, A. E 


180 00 


11 60 


Donaldson, W 


95 


40 


15 30 


Gillespie, M. A 


122 40 


11 95 


Dorland, A. G 


122 


40 


3 00 


Gillespie, Annie 


118 80 




Doupe, H. A 


95 


40 


7 45 


Girdwood, A. R. 


112 80 


**4 85 


Dowkes, W. J 


97 


20 


6 85 


Glass, W. A 


. 118 80 


5 85 


Dufton, Lena 


115 


20 


4 50 


Glassey, D. A 


. 115 20 




Dufton, Olive 


96 


00 


7 85 


Goodall, Nellie 


92 40 


"3*85 



102 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 



Examiners. — Continued. 



Goodland, Alma 
Goulding, H. M. ... 

Gourlay, R 

Graeb, Mabel 

Graham, J. G 

Graham, W. A 

Graham, R. G 

Grainger, Luella .... 

Gray, R. A 

Green, C. E 

Green, JL. A 

Green, T 

Gregory, iStella 

Grose, A. R 

Guest, E. J 

Gundry, A. P 

Gundry, H. M 

Hackett, E 

Halbert, E. J 

Hall, M. M. S 

Hall, W 

Hallett, W. J 

Halliday, F. F 

Hainan, L. R 

Hamilton, J. iR 

Hamilton, J. A 

Hamilton, W. J 

Hammond, J. iE 

Hanna, E 

Hardie, Wm 

Harris, Mary A 

Harris, L. iM 

Harterre, J. iS 

Harvey, Martha 

Hatch, iS, SB 

Haviland, H. J 

Healey, Rose 

Hedley, W. P 

Henderson, J. V 

Henry, ,S. H 

Henry, T. M 

Henstridge, E 

Hicks, V. M 

Hildred, Rita A. . . . 

Hill, M. A 

Hills, Minnie 

Hind, Edith J 

Hinds, iM. J 

Hindson, H. M 

Hiscock, Rita 

Hiscock, May B. . . . 

Hoag, J. P 

Hodge, J. A 

Hoggarth, D.'A 

Hollingshead, J. E. . 

Hoover, E. E 

Horning, L. E 

Houser, W. H 

Houston, J. A 

Houston, A. A 

Howe, S. F. 

Howell, W. B. L. . . . 



Services. Expenses. 



80 
00 



96 00 
90 00 

141 60 
124 80 

35 00 
118 80 
118 80 

95 40 

97 20 
24 

145 72 
64 20 
90 00 
86 40 

104 40 

140 40 

118 

111 

104 40 
92 40 

104 40 

161 25 

95 40 
90 00 

104 40 
104 40 
132 78 

96 00 
122 40 
115 20 
117 60 

86 40 

90 

104 40 

187 20 

96 00 
124 80 

93 60 

96 00 
99 60 

103 20 
122 40 

97 20 
15 00 

96 00 
111 00 

97 20 
92 40 
86 40 
90 00 

121 20 
324 00 

92 40 

15 00 

92 40 

111 62 

136 80 

162 48 

64 80 

122 40 
25 00 

151 95 



5 75 
13 80 



1 75 
13 95 
10 40 

5 35 



11 85 
6 70 
8 00 

8 20 

9 00 

6 75 

15 10 

8 05 

60 

7 85 

1 10 
7 45 

2 20 



25 
95 

ro 

70 
25 



5 60 



4 


75 


15 


00 


9 


15 


7 


10 


5 


35 


13 


10 


10 


20 


11 


95 




60 


3 


95 


6 


55 


60 


85 


4 


85 


6 


55 


9 


60 


8 


20 



8 15 
1 25 
1 00 
14 55 
4 00 
6 95 

lOSO 

3 70 

40 45 



Huffman, F. H 

Hull, B. R 

Humphries, B. R. 

Husband, A. J 

Hutchinson, M. R. 

Ingram, Robt 

Inman, W. F 

Irwin, H. W 

Jackson, K. M 

James, N. C 

Jamieson, C. E 

Jeanneret, T\ C. A. . 

Jeckell, L. M 

Jeffery, C. W 

Jennings, E. W 

Johnston, K. B 

Johnston, G. L , 

Jolliffe, E. H 

Jones, G. M 

Jordan, A. A 

Jordison, G. A. . . .^ 

Kaiser, J. B 

Karr, W. J 

Keefe, R. D 

Keegan, J. D. ... 

Keenan, T. C. ... 

Kelso, A. C 

Kenner, H. R. H. . 

Kenrick, F. B. 

Keillor, J 

Keith, G. W 

Kennedy, Thos. . . . 

Kennedy, G. E. . 

Kenneally, Margt. 

Kerr, C. S 

Kent, Eleanor . . . 

Keyes, S. J 

Kidd, W. L 

Kidd, T. W 

Kirkpatriek, Eme . 

Kirkwood, W. A. . 

Langdon, R 

Later, T. J 

Lawlor, R. G. 

Lawr, M 

Leckie, B. E 

Levan, I. M 

Lloyd, F. N 

Lloyd, Lillie 

Logan, Wm 

Logan, Jessie 

Lowe, W. D 

Lynch, M. J 

McAllister, Annie . 

McBride, Sara . . . 

McCarten, R. H. 

McCaw, H. E. A. . 

McCready, S. B. . 

MeCutcheon, J. M. 

MdDougall, N. 

McDougall, J. B. 



Services. Expenses. 



12 50 

97 20 

96 00 

124 80 

96 00 
50 00 
55 25 

118 80 

117 60 

93 60 
122 40 

97 20 
99 60 

104 40 

115 20 
86 40 
97 20 

122 40 
15 00 
15 00 
91 20 

168 00 
97 20 
82 80 
60 00 

95 40 

118 80 

114 40 
140 40 
112 80 
104 40 

97 20 
27 50 

115 20 
86 40 

3 60 
97 20 

180 00 
97 20 

183 60 
12 00 
65 00 
97 20 
97 20 
97 20 
76 20 
15 00 

96 00 
151 20 

99 60 

118 80 

12 00 

96 00 

86 40 

76 75 

68 40 

92 80 

15 60 

188 40 

4 56 



1 75 
8 75 
5 15 
10 45 
8 70 
1 20 





11 


35 


10 


05 


4 


80 


3 


50 


3 


45 


13 


25 


1 


95 







11 25 
16 65 
78 10 



30 
10 
45 
90 
35 
15 62 





6 


10 


3 


70 




1 


75 


9 

2 


60 

20 



75 
5 60 

4 85 

5 75 

6 75 



2 


70 


4 


10 


11 


95 


13 


45 


5 


60 


9 


40 


2 


25 


74 


85 



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103 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations. —Continued , 



Examiners.— Continued. 





Services. Expenses. 




Services 


Expenses. 


McEachern, J. G. 


124 80 


9 


15 


Meadows, P. C 


92 


40 


5 20 


McEachern, Mary . 


97 20 


8 


45 


Merchant, F. W. 


25 


20 




McFarlane, J. H. 


12 00 




60 


Merritt, R. N 


118 


80 


2*25 


MoGarvin, M. J. 


90 00 


2 


80 


Milburn, E. F 


90 


00 


7 40 


McGregor, M. C. . . . 


118 80 


6 


90 


Millar, F. G 


. 115 


20 


19 95 


McGuire, J. F 


104 40 


11 


20 


Millar, Helen W. . . 


8 


70 




MoKee, Hannah 


11 40 






Mills, C. F 


96 00 
5(V An, 




McKinley, J. M. 
McKinley, C. B. ... 


115 20 






Mills' G K 




118 80 


6 


00 


Mitchell, Blanche . . . 


92 


40 


'875 


McKenzie, C. L. T. . 


56 75 






Mitchell, May 

Moffat, T. E 


96 
94 


00 
80 


3 85 
7 70 


McKenzie, Eva 


95 40 


7 


55 


McKeracher, F. J. . 


97 20 


8 


60 


Moffatt, W. J 


97 


20 


3 45 


McKeracher, D. H. . 


. 118 80 


9 


20 


Moir, Isabella 


92 


40 


15 75 


McLay, W. S. W. 


165 00 


215 


05 


Moir, K. E 


90 


00 


5 90 


McLean, F. E 


91 20 


7 


60 


Moir, M. I 


122 


40 


5 40 


McLean, A. E 


118 80 






Moore, J. L 


132 


86 




McMahon, F. 0. 


111 00 


**5 


55 


Mooney, W. H. T. 


118 


80 


6 45 


McMillan, W. J. ... 


124 80 


4 


95 


Morden, Frances . . 


92 


40 


6 20 


McMillan, G. 


104 40 


16 


85 


Morgan, S. A 


181 


50 


37 60 


McNab, G. G 


21 60 






Morris, A. W 


99 


60 


1 95 


McNeely, P. V. M. . 


. 104 40 


13 


85 


Morris, F. A 


96 


00 


4 65 


McNeil, W. E 




16 


45 


Morrison, S. A 


99 


60 


3 70 


McPhail, W. J 


15 00 


4 


85 


Morrow, J. D 


86 


40 




McQuarrie, G. B. 
McQueen, R. J. 


92 40 






Moshier, D. D 


29 


40 




. 118 80 


6 


io 


Mosure, J. L. .T . . 


15 


00 


5 70 


McRae, D. M. 


. 118 80 


11 


35 


Mueller, P. W 


2 


50 




McRae, C. J 


124 80 


8 


15 


Mulloy, L. E 


95 


40 


17*45 


McTaggart, Clara . . 


92 40 


5 


85 


Munro, P. F 


96 


00 




McVicar, A 


. 151 20 


6 


20 


Murday, A. M 


97 


20 


'2050 


McWhorter, M. A. V 


. 117 60 


11 


50 


Murdock, W. E. 


96 


00 


...... 


McWilliams, J. J. . 


12 00 
. 139 20 






Nelson, A. 


86 


40 
60 


23 00 


Mabee, G. E 


18 


35 


Nelson, A. E 


99 


7 60 


Macbeth, Mrs. E. . . . 


1 80 






Nesbitt, M. E 


96 


00 


8 10 


Macdonald, J. E. H. . 


48 60 






Neville, A. B 


1 


50 




Macdonald, "J. F. 


200 40 


58 


47 


Neville, A 


1 


20 




Macdonald, G L. 


104 40 


6 


65 


Nichol, C. O 


81 


60 


4 75 


Macdougall, I. J. 


124 80 


8 


00 


Nichol, S. W 


115 


20 


5 25 


Macintyre, Mary E. . 
Mackay, D. A 


56 75 






Nichol, W. W 


112 


80 


16 85 


97 20 


"4 


60 


Norris, J. C 


20 


04 


2 45 


Mackay, M. B 


122 40 


14 


10 


Norris, F. F 


4 


35 




Mackay, iD 


. 122 40 


15 


00 


Norton, Ida 


92 


40 


7 55 


Mackenzie, E. T. 


97 20 


5 


45 


Nugent, J 


90 


00 


13 60 


Mackay, E. L 


92 40 


5 


35 


Oakley, M. G 


124 


80 


12 10 


Macpherson, W. E. . 


. 127 00 


54 


20 


O'Brian, M. B 


86 


40 


20 75 


Macphersori, F. F. . . 
Madill, A. J 


28 20 






Odell, J. W 


129 


60 


4 50 


. 132 50 


*56 


80 


O'Donohue, M. H. 


122 


40 


9 95 


Magee, J. A 

Main, Oscar 


44 50 






O'Donohue, J. A. . 


96 


00 


6 20 


1 20 






Ogilvie, A. I. . .' 

O'Grady, J. L 


118 


80 


41 95 


Mallory, Bertha 


93 60 


5 


00 


12 


00 




Mann, H. «C 


96 00 


14 


35 


O'Neill, A. E 


12 


00 




Manning, H. G. 
Mansell, N. C 


118 80 






Owen, T. A 


56 


40 


T 10 


59 62 






Painter, A. J 


1 


80 




Martyn, H. G 


124 80 


3 


20 


Parkenham, W 


83 


40 




Martin, S 


102 60 


5 


80 


Parks, H. G 


4 


80 




Marlin, L. A 


104 40 


10 


95 


Parlee, Edith 


86 


40 


42 45 


Marcella M. iSr. 


36 68 






Parr, S. E 


95 


40 


15 95 


Marcellus, J. E. 


97 20 


1 


70 


Paterson, R. A 


164 


40 


58 30 


Matheson, Elsie 


124 80 


8 


85 


Patterson, D. S. 


97 


20 


8 85 


Matthews, Jessie E. 


117 60 


13 


20 


Patterson, A. M. 


97 


20 




Mayberry, H 

May, Annie 


1 20 






Payne, P. E 

Penson, E 


115 


o.O 


12 55 


96 00 


6 


70 


104 40 


5 85 



104 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Examiners.— Continued. 



Services. Expenses. 


Services. Expenses. 


Percy, H. A 


95 40 


7 


85 


Sinclair, W. B 


25 00 


1 75 


Percy, C. E 

Peregrine, H. M. ... 
Perry, Gertrude . . . 
Phillips S * 


1 20 






Skeele, J. E 


104 40 


4 70 


15 00 






Skinner, J 


1 20 




92 40 

51 72 

118 80 


10 


20 


Slatter, A 

Slemon, E. T 

Sliter, E. O 

Smith, C. R 


1 20 

12 00 

144 00 

86 40 




Phillips, W. A 




— ' 


9 90 






13 85 


Pickering, J. R 


82 80 


11 10 


Smith, F. P 


104 40 


11 00 


Pickles, S 


2 40 






Smith, H. L 


82 80 


16 85 




Piersol, W. H. ... 


176 00 




40 


Smith, T. C 


93 60 


7 45 


Pinel, H. L 


122 40 


12 


20 


Smith, Kathleen E. . 


117 60 


3 40 


Plewes, J. W 


65 90 






Smith, M. H 

Smith Isabel K 


96 00 

. 124 80 

92 40 


4 80 

3 80 

4 5* 


Potter, C 


111 00 


7 


75 


Powell, E. G 


99 00 


5 


80 


Smith, A. F 


Powell, A 


. 144 00 
132 90 






Smith, G. O 

Smith, Gertrude . . . 


148 20 
11 40 


7 50 


Prendergast, W. ... 


20 


05 




Price, C. F 


104 40 


1 


95 


Smith, J. M 


. 151 20 


3 75 


Pride, A 


59 05 






Smithson, A. L. ... 


. 115 20 


5 40 


Putman, J. H 




22 


45 


Solmes, Harriette . 


117 60 


7 60 


Race, W. B 


120 12 


5 


90 


Somers, Mrs. J 


3 60 




Radcliffe, S. J 


94 20 


31 


75 


Somerville, T. C. ... 


124 80 


11 95 


Ramsay, "C 


39 
99 60 
90 00 






Souch, Cora 

Southon, W. W. ... 

Spotton, H. B 

Staples, L. E 

Stares, H. A 


35 00 

55 81 

163 80 


2 75 


Reed G H 








Reid T E 








Reid, R. . . 


122 40 
93 60 


12 45 
4 20 


132 00 
1 20 


4 60 


Reid, E. L 




Ricker, H. E 


104 40 


6 


70 


St. Charles, Minnie 


2 10 




Ritchie, J 


145 80 






iStewart M E 


115 20 


3 70 


Robertson, B. A. ... 


10 00' 






Stewart, Annie J. . . 


115 20 


16 20 


Robertson, Dorothy . 




12 


85 


Stewart, E. M 


122 40 


8 20 


Robertson, G. A. ... 


123 60 


7 


10 


Steele, A 


81 60 


5 55 


Robertson, A. E. ... 


100 50 


22 


10 


iStenhouse, R 


104 40 


14 95 


Robinson, M. A. ... 


96 00 


5 


55 


Stephens, E. G. ... 


95 40 ' 


5 75 


Robinson, J. B. ... 


117 60 


2 


45 


Stevenson, A 


3 00 




Robinson, Sadie .... 


91 20 


11 


40 


Stevenson, L 


151 20 


2 95 


Robinson, R. M. ... 




2 


35 


Stevenson, W. J. ... 


99 60 


14 60 


Rogers, A 


12 50 






Stone, G. S 


90 00 


4 05 


Rose, Marion 


117 60 


17 


10 


Stone, G. L 


122 40 


4 70 


Ross, R 


140 40 
92 40 


14 

4 


85 
20 


Stone, A. B 

Stockdale, T. N. ... 


95 40 
90 00 


7 80 


Rowntree, A. E. ... 


12 50 


Rudlen, G. W 


40 00 


2 


00 


Story, S. G 


99 60 


6 60 


Rundle, J. A 


90 00' 
90 00 






Stothers, R 

Stothers, M. E 


103 20 
12 00 


18 85 


Russell, F. J 


2 


40 




Rutherford, M. H. . 


97 20 


9 


80 


Strang, R. I 


90 00 


15 60 


Saunders, W R 


93 60 






Strang, Hugh I. ... 
Strang, Jessie M. . . . 


115 20 


7 00 


Saunders, W. J. 


121 20 


10 


10 


12 00 




Scott, Wm 


30 60 
143 27 






Stuart, J. R 

Summers, C 


19 65 
97 20 




Scovell, H. R 




35 


2 05 


Seavey, J. R 


162 60 


28 


08 


Swedelius, B. F. ... 


122 40 




Seaton, E. T 


21 60 

7 20 

99 60 






Sweeney, Agnes 

Tamblyn, W. F 

Tan ton, Jno 


90 00 
37 50 
93 60 


17 10 


Sells, Ottie 






2 60 


Sexsmith, W. M 


8 


80 


4 85 


Shannon, S 


60 58 




35 


Tatham, B 


15 00 




Sheppard, A. M 


90 00 


3 


20 


Taylor, J. A 


218 40 


61 10 


Shepherd, E. M 


86 40 


4 


35 


Taylor, Daisy 


96 00 


6 05 


Shurtleff, W. M 


93 60 


9 


70 


Taylor, W 


118 80 


4 35 


Sibbett, E. G 


12 00 






Theobald, G. R. ... 


43 60 




Silcox, S 


. 18 00 


9 


05 


Thomas, Margt 


118 80 


4 30 


Simpson, Jno 


92 40 


6 


45 


Thomas, Helen 


111 00 


3 65 


Simpson, R. S 


95 40 


14 


85 


Thompson, R 


97 20 


62 90 



191314 



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105 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 



Examiners.— Continued. 



Thornhill, J. V 

Tingle, J. B 

Treleaven, J. W. ... 
Trenouth, E. A. ... 

Tuer, Margt 

Tuke, W. H 

Turner, J. B 

Tytler, Wm 

Van Alstyne, S. E... 
Van Every, J. F. ... 

Voaden, Jno 

Voaden, A 

Waddell, M. E. G. . 

Walker, A.- J 

Walker, D. M 

Walker, D 

Walkom, D. T 

Walks, R. H 

Wallace, F. D 

Wallace, W. S 

Walsh, J. C 

Ward, Clara A 

Ward, Ada L 

Warren, V 

Watson, T. M 

Waugh, Jno 

Weatherell, J. E. ... 

Weir, Annie 

Welsh, D. A 

Welsman, Frank S. . 
Westervelt, J. W. . 

Wheelton, L. . : 

White, E. T 



Services. Expenses. 



40 

93 

115 

50 

93 

97 

132 

4 

40 

136 

34 

67 

99 

95 

93 

163 

174 

25 

123 

261 

112 

118 

122 

2 

2 

199 

80 

118 

97 

42 

1 

95 

3 



00 
60 
20 
00 
60 
20 
00 
35 
00 
80 
20 
20 
00 
40 
60 
20 
40 
20 
00 
60 
80 
80 
40 
10 
40 
20 
40 
80 
20 
00 
20 
40 
00 



5 50 



6 60 
16 00 



45 
10 
95 



4 40 



9 25 

"8*20 

4 10 

72 40 

32 00 



12 


10 


16 
5 
6 


00 
40 
30 








5 
15 


85 
60 




6 


15 



Finn, J. P. 
Jones, J. E. 



Allowance to Inspectors in lieu of Examination fees ($321.00) 
100 00 O'Brien, M. O 



3 20 
8 45 
6 95 



Services. Expenses. 

White, K. E 117 60 1 35 

White, J. F 5 00 16 45 

White, R. 169 48 4 00 

Whyte, M. 1 118 80 8 10 

Whyte, D 198 00 18 85 

Whyte, R Ill 00 6 60 

Wickett, Laura 109 80 2 70 

Wightman, S 90 00 9 00 

Wildgust, H 39 

Wilkinson, J. H 88 20 

Wilkinson, J. E Ill 00 8 05 

Will, G. E 118 80 4 10 

Will, J. S 194 10 

Williams, W. H 127 20 

Williams, A 97 20 

Williams, Edna J. . . 104 40 

Williams, Thos. E. . . 50 00 

Wilson, W. J . . 140 40 

Wilson, W. A 136 25 

Wing, H 97 20 

Wood, F. H 108 60 

Wood, E. E 58 31 

Workman, J. G Ill 00 

Wren, J. S 118 80 

Yake, Jno. W 67 66 8 60 

Young, E. T 15 00 

Young, David 115 30 12 60 

Zavitz, A. S Ill 00 4 20 

Zurbrigg, J. M 117 60 8 70 

Can. Express Co., charges 33 45 

Can. Nor. Express Co., charges 2 20 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 31 30 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 48 



80 
85 



100 00 



Sullivan, J. F. 



100 00 
21 00 



Paper, postage, printing and supplies for Departmental Examinations ($6,549.44) 



Amer. Multigraph Sales Co., 
supplies and repairs 

Armstrong, W. E., car fare . . 

Baird, J', & Sons, cartage 

Bolese, J., cartage 

Brigdens, Ltd., zinc plates, etc. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 
supplies 

Bursar, University of Toronto, 
to pay wages, etc., preparing 
rooms for examiners 

Cairns, B., stamps and pads . . 

Oopip, Clark Co., books 

Doane Bros., cartage 

Fenwick, W. H., cartage 

Field, Love and House, type- 
writer 

Figary, P., photo supplies 

Grand & Toy, desk pad 

Johnston, J., cartage 



8 99 
10 

22 40 
25 

13 61 

3 00 



120 


47 


6 


50 


4 


59 




50 


2 


40 


90 00 


1 


30 


6 


00 




50 



King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 

1,638.22; stationery, 2,473.64; 

paper, 662.83; directory, 

10.00; blank books, 27.60; 

indexes, 40.00 

Machon Sealing Wax Co., wax. 

MacMillan Co., books 

Miller & Richard, type, ink 

rollers, etc 

Mills, M., postage stamps 

Nordheimer Piano & Music Co., 

music supplies 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., guides 

and tabs 

Ontario Soap Co., cotton waste, 

benzine, etc. 

Porter Safety Seal Co., seals . 
Rapid Addressing Machine Co., 

stencils and roller 

Rawlinson, M., cartage 



,852 

165 

6 


29 
00 
44 


45 
900 


41 

00 


2 


44 


28 60 


9 65 
20 00 


21 
2 


25 
00 



106 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Departmental Examinations. — Continued. 

Paper, postage, printing and supplies for Departmental Examinations.— Continued. 

Remington Typewriter Co., rib- United Typewriter Co., type- 

bons 13 50 writer 125 00 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., duty Westman & Baker, repairing 
and brokerage charges 6 50 press, etc. 19 05 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 50 00 Whaley, Royce & Co., music 

paper 1 70 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($33.13) 

King's Printer, distribution, binding 



33 13 



Clerical Assistance ($15,688.35) 



Armstrong, Marion K 

Ashall, A. E 

Bain, A 

Bartholomew, J. W 

Beecroft, W. A 

Bishop, J. M 

Black, G. M 

Bradehan, C. E. 

Brebner, J. B 

Bright, O 

Brown, A 

Brown, J. A 

Burnham, A. M 

Carter, Fred 

Ooatsworth, R. C 

Colvin, W. N 

Coughlin, P. A 

Crawford, S. H 

Cringan, L 

Cromarty, R. P , 

Davis, A 

Dickson, B. T., services, 28.00; 

trav. expenses, 3.70 

Dies, R 

Dowdall, E. P 

Drum, A. C, services, 95.25; 

trav. expenses, 4.20 

Edmonds, W. B 

Fielding, E. L 

Fraser, M. J, 

Greenwood, L. L 

Henry, V. R., services, 244.00; 

trav. expenses, 16.90 

Howard, G. E. C 



692 15 

692 15 

5 00 

58 00 
594 15 
193 75 
628 00 

15 00 

81 33 
628 00 
672 16 

77 50 
729 60 

259 58 
84 67 
33 00 

269 33 
263 33 
100 00 
72 67 
751 61 

31 70 
904 80 
454 50 

99 45 
142 00 
197 51 
288 00 
355 04 

260 90 
206 00 



Expenses Advisory 



Allowance as Member: — 
Bowles, Rev. R. P. 

Campbell, N.'W 

Craig, T. A 

Denny, Jas. D 

Downey, R. F 

Falconer, Rev. R. A. 

Gundry, A. P 

Huttcn, Maurice 

James, N. C 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



Humphreys, W 

Hynes, Irene C 

Jamieson, E. C 

Jamieson, A. D 

Jones, F. E 

Junkin, S. L 

Lamon, Thos. A 

Lemon, R. C 

Litster, K. I 

Lyons, G. S 

McClelland, H. C 

McDonald, Jno. G., services, 

79.50; trav. expenses, 1.50.. 
McGinn, L. M., services, 139.13; 

trav. expenses, 5.95 

Macallum, N. E 

MacLeod, M. A., services, 111.67'; 

trav. expenses, 4.75 

Molesworth, C. W 

Moore, Thos 

Moorehead, C. W 

Muir, J. M 7 

Parry, G 

Rolling, Walter, services, 57.50; 

trav. expenses, 1.20 

Sharpe, W. I : 

Shuter, J. G 

Sloan, C. R 

Snow, G. A 

Spence, B. C 

Telf er, A. F. -. 

Treloar, Geo 

Turney, Wm. C 

Wallace, W. F 

Wiley, N. R 



Council ($1,900.00) 

Johnston, Harriet . 

Langton, J. H 

McCrimmon, A. L. 
Macklem, Rev. T. C 
Matheson, Jno. . 

Reid, L. A 

Rogers, Jno. J. 
Roy, Rev. A. B. 

Smith, G. A 

Tolmie. J. C. . . 



628 


00 


692 


15 


781 


05 


427 


33 


30 00 


52 


00 


80 


00 


81 


00 


60 


00 


42 


00 


60 


00 


81 


00 


145 


08 


124 


67 


116 


42 


242 


00 


5 


00 


71 


00 


392 


50 


80 


00 


58 


70 


60 


00 


22 


00 


68 


00 


95 


25 


657 


64 


10 


00 


280 


96 


61 


00 


231 


39 


111 


33 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 



General Editor of Text Books ($3,000.00) 
David J. Goggin : Twelve months' salary as Editor 



3,000 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



107 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Preparation of Text Books ($15,845.81) 



Beatty, J. W., services prepar- 
ing text-books 

Bell, Wm. J., services prepar- 
ing maps at 1.00 per hour . . 

Bolton, E., services preparing 
text-books 

Brigdens, Ltd., engraving, 
printing, half-tones, etc 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Coleman, H. J. T., services pre- 
paring text-books 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books. 

Craig, T. A., trav. expenses . . 

Crassweller, G. A., trav. ex- 
penses 

Currie, L. M„ services prepar- 
ing text-books 

Denison, E. F., services pre- 
paring text-books 

Dept. of Agriculture, Ottawa, 
copy of manuals 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Eaton, T., 'Co., Ltd., books 

Educational Book Co., Ltd., 
books, 2.28; printing and in- 
serting map of Ontario v 125.32 

Embree, L. E., services prepar- 
ing text-books 

Emery, J. W., trav. expenses. 

Frowde, H., books 

Gage, W. J., & Co., books 

Gearing, M. G., services as 
stenographer 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 

Goggin, D. J., trav. expenses . . 

Grant, Prof. W. E., re prepara- 
tion of High School Canadian 
History 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 

Hahn, G., services preparing 
text-books 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., samples 
of copy books 

Irwin, H. W., services prepar- 
ing text-books 

Jefferys, C. W., services prepar- 
ing text-books 

Jones, M. I., services as steno- 
grapher at 2.00 per diem . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 68.10; printing 
and binding, 2,768.85; paper, 
919.26 

Kirkconnell, T. A., trav. ex- 
penses 

Leake, A. H., services prepar- 
ing text-books 

McClelland & Goodchild, Ltd., 
books 



250 00 

95 00 

75 00 

611 46 
1 15 

100 00 
19 86 
54 25 

16 10 

75 00 

771 02 

4 00 

35 

10 65 

127 60 



232 

7 

5 


00 
40 
60 
64 


24 
18 
56 


33 
00 
00 


2,500 00 
25 


250 


00 




71 


550 00 


250 00 


166 


00 


3,756 


21 


4 


65 


100 


00 


8 


40 



McLean, R. G., Ltd., composi- 
tion of High School History 1,941 78 
MaoJntyre, M., services prepar- 
ing text-books 75 00 

MacMillan Co., of Canada. Ltd., 

book 1 20 

Macpherson, W. E., services pre- 
paring textbooks 150 00 

Mail Printing Co. advertising. . 18 00 
Marshall, E. M., services prepar- 
ing text-books 19 92 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

books 5 88 

Mills, M., postage stamps 40 00 

Morgan, S. A., services prepar- 
ing text-books, 75.00; trav. 

expenses, 5.10 80 10 

Murray, T., trav. expenses 9 60 

News Pub. Co., advertising . . 18 00 
Painter, A. J., services prepar- 
ing text-books 200 00 

Park, H. G., services preparing 

text-books 100 00 

Paterson & Heward, book cover 

stamp, etc 26 50 

Pickles, S., services preparing 

text-books 100 00 

Pittaway Studio, photos 30 00 

Putman, J. H., services prepar- 
ing text-books 100 00 

Reid, G. A., services preparing 

text-books 250 00 

Renouf Pub. Co., books 19 28 

Robertson, A. E., trav. expenses 55 87 
Robertson, W. J., services pre- 
paring text-books 50 00 

Scarrow, A. N., services prepar- 
ing text-books 25 00 

Silcox, S., trav. expenses IS 70 

Spence, Nellie, services prepar- 
ing text-books 250 00 

Stevenson, O. J., services pre- 
paring text-books 1,450 00 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 18 00 
Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 10 00 
Toronto Telegram, advertising 18 00 
Toronto World, advertising . . 18 00 
United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriter, 90.00', supplies, 

8.00 98 00 

Walker, d„ trav. expenses . . 6 35 
Wether ell, J. E., services pre- 
paring text-books 15 00 

White, J. F., services prepar- 
ing text-books 200 00 

Wilkinson, Jas. H., services pre- 
paring textbooks 150 00 

Young. David, services prepar- 
ing text-books 136 00 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($771.36) 

King's Printer, distribution, paper 



771 36 



108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Queen's University, Kingston ($12,000.00) 

Treasurer, Queen's University, grant, education of teachers 12,000 00 

Professional Training of First Class Teachers and High School J Assistants ($15,000.00) 

Bursar, University of Toronto, grant • 15,000 00 

Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training ($4,968.16) 



Hamilton: 

Manning, A. E. (Principal) 

Brown, J. C 

Dickson, E 

Finlayson, E 

Henderson, A. J 

Jamieson, M 

Kappele, E 

McCallum, J. W 

McKenzie, K 

MacKenzie, E 

Medley, M 

Mitchell, C 

Montgomery, M 

Neilson, M 

Rioch, E. V 

Sellar, A 

Stannard, M 

Twiss, E. O 

Wood, J 



London: 

Simcoe Street School 
Wallis, W. (Principal) 

Buckle, M 

Cannell, C 

Fleming, M 

Giddens, M 

Hawken, M 

Hodges, A. . ' 

McKone, E 

Rogers, D 

Skelton, M 

Walton, J. I. : 



Grand Avenue School: — 
Parkinson, J. T. (Principal) 

Fleming, M 

Ingamells, E 

McNaughton, C 

Rudd, L 

North Bay: 

Queen Victoria School: — 
Stewart, J P. (Principal) . . 

Castle, Mary 

Collins, M 

Hamilton, Julia 

Harvey, Elizabeth 

Johnson, Agnes 

Phillips, A 

Spackman, C 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
27 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
27 00 
54 00 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
27 00 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 



54 
54 



King Edward School:— 
Lowery, J. H. (Principal) 
McMurchy, Dorothy 



54 00 



63 00 
45 90 



Ottawa: 

Clark, T. E. (Principal) 

Chadwick, E 

Chambers, A. M 

Duprau, C, R 

Gallaher, M. P 

Moyer, C. H 

Payne, M. C 

Pharoh, W. R 

Riley, J. H. 

Steinmetz, G 

Thompson, B. H 



Peterborough: 

Queen Alexandra School: 
Yenney, H. A. (Principal) 

Hallett, M 

Morrow, E 

Morrow, M 

Ross, M 

.Stubbs, M. E 

Thompson, B 

Walkey, W, H 



Central School: — 
Downey, R. F. (Principal) 

Armstrong, M 

Cadwell, L. C 

Denne, M 

Fessenden, D ' 

Gillespie, A 

Jackson, J. A 

Jenkins, E 

Kerr, F. E 

Peters, A. E 

Rush, L. 

Staples, A. A 

Tomlinson, E 



Stratford: 

Romeo School: — 
Slaughter, G. (Principal) 

Abraham, M 

Frank, B 

Garden, F 

Gaudy, J 

Hamilton, D 

Johnston, A : 

Johnston, J 

McDonald, M 

McKnight, C 

Pass, B 

Walker, E 

Woods, M 



72 00 
11 20 
54 00 
10 01 
54 00 
38 02 
54 00 
38 02 
54 00 
10 01 
54 00 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
27 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
27 00 
54 00 
54 00 



72 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
54 00 
27 00 



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109 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Grants to Teachers engaged in Model School Training.— Continued. 



Brunswick Street School: — 

Mann, J. (Principal) 72 00 

Chalmers, P • 54 00 



Hurlburt, K. 
.Skelton, M. 
Tuttle, K. .. 



54 00 
54 00 
54 00 



To Provide Temporary Teachers, Normal and Model Schools, in case 
of illness or on leave ($253.00) 



Services at 4.00 per diem: — 

Terryberry, H 

Services at 3.00 per diem: — 

Jones, T. A 

MoCulloch, Jessie 

McMurtry, Given 



20 00 

3 00 

3 00 
27 00 



Perkins, Pearl E 

Robinson, (Mrs. Emma 
Robinson, Mrs. Marion 

Turner, C. M 

Sheffield, L. F 



3 00 
18 00 

3 00 

126 00 

50 00 



To purchase pictures and for framing, labelling, etc., for Normal Schools ($3,690.04) 



Atkinson, Edwin, pictures 250 00 

Britton, Harry, do 300 00 

Brownell, F. do 375 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 6 85 

Clapp, C. H., pictures 125 00 

Cote, A. S., do • 600 00 

Cullen, Maurice, do 200 00 

Cutts, G. S„ do 125 00 

DesClayes, Bertha, do 125 00 

Fripp, Thos. W., do 150 00 

Gearing, Thos. V., lumber, ma- 
terials, etc 291 14 



Green, T. G., pictures 

Knowles, F. M. G., pictures .... 
Longmans, Green & Co., pictures 
MacKenzie & Co., framing pic- 
tures, etc 

Manley, C. M., pictures 

May, H. Mabel, do 

Perry Pictures Co., pictures 

Rankin & Co., wood wool 

Reid, G. A., pictures . .- 

Reid, Mary H., do 

Watson, H., do 



Framing pictures for Rural Schools ($318.88) 



C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 87 66 
Doyle, I. F., crating pictures.. 16 50 
G. T. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 22 77 



Matthews Bros., Ltd., frames . . 

Thompson, Jno. R., glass in 

frames and fitting same 



75 00 

125 00 

9 60 

103 45 

300 00 

150 00 

11 00 

18 00 

100 00 

75 00 

175 00 



191 20 



Flag shields for Rural Schools ($283.00) 
Map Pub. Co., flag illustrators, etc 



75 



283 00 



Special Grants to Art Department and Teachers in Art in Public, Separate, 
and Continuation Schools ($215.00) 



Treasurer, Board of Education: — 

Brantford 

Chatham 

Peterborough 

Grants for Equipment, Rur* 
obsen 

The Trustees, P. S. Section: — 
7 Ancaster 


25 00 
50 00 
50 00 

il Public 

-ation pui 

15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 


Instructors in Art: — 

Austin, Jean S 30 00 

Dowswell, May 30 00 

Shannon, L. A 30 00 

School Boards," for use of schools for 
rposes ($780.00) P** 

3 Gloucester 15 00 

5 do 15 00 


12 do 


10 do 


15 00 


6 Barton 


13 do 


15 00 


7 do 


16 do 


15 00 


8 Dorchester 

11 do 


20 London 

22 do . •. 


15 00 
15 00 


11 Douro 


23 do 


15 00 


3 Downie 


27 do 


15 00 


4 do 


4 Markham and Vaughan . . . 

2 Mornington .• 

4 do 


15 00 


6 do 


15 00 


9 do 


15 00 


4 S. Easthope 

7 Ellice 


13 do 


15 00 


3 Nepean 


15 00 



110 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION— Continued. 

Grants for Equipment, Rural Public School Boards, for use of schools for 
observation purposes. — Continued. 



7 Osgoode 


15 00 


13 Otonatee 

16 do 


15 03 

15 00 


4 Sialtfleet 

9 do 


15 00 
15 00 


1 Smith 

3 do 


15 00 
15 00 


5 do 


15 00 


6 Southwold 

2 Vaughan 

1 Vaughan and Markham . . . 
4 Westminster 


15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 0>0 


8 do 


15 00 



14 Westminster 



15 
16 
17 
18 
19 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



2a Widdifield 



do 
do 
York 
do 
do 



15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


16 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 


15 


00 



Special Grants to Schools at James Bay ($500.00) 

His Lordship, The Bishop of Moosonee 



500 00 



Grants to Teachers in Rural Public Schools, r used for observation purposes ($1,040.00) 



Auckland, A. . . . 
Auckland, N. . . . 

Baker, E 

Brown, F. M. ... 

Bush, J. A 

Carter, R 

Clarke, B. E. ... 
Cleveland, F. . . 

Cooke, C. E 

Coulter, E 

Davey, I 

Deyell, L 

Draper, I 

Eagan, M 

Earle, C. C 

Elliott, M 

Fuller, B 

Grace, L 

Grady, E 

Hamilton, S. 

Harris, M •. 

Hawley, E. E. 
Higginson, H. L. 
Horning, C. E. . 
Husband, T. M. 
Hugill, M 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Hutchison, T. 

Jones, W 

Laidley, G. E. 
Langford, G. . 
McConnell, L. 
MoCormack, T. 
McKay, L. . . . 
MoMane, J. . . 
McVicar, L. . . 
Manning, C. E. 
Marsh, A. ... 
Moffatt, L. . . . 
Patton, C. ... 
Porter, M. . . . 
Redick, L. M. 
Robinson, H. . 
Rowatt, J. H. 

Smale, A 

Smith, A 

Stinson, G. M. 
Sutton, V. . . . 
Tierny, O. . . . 
Turner, B. . . . 
Warren, C. 
White, C. M. . 
Wilson, M. E. 



20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


oo 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 


20 


00 



Travelling expenses of N.S. Students to Rural Public Schools for nature 

study ($1,155.34) 



Casselman, A. C 37 00 

Garvin, O., livery hire 45 00 

London St. Ry. Go., car tickets. 17 00 

Morgan, S. A 120 75 

Ottawa Electric Ry. Co., car 

tickets 36 04 



Radcliffe, S. J. . 

'Scott, Wm 

iSilcox, IS 

Vanderburgh, M. 

Walker, D 

White, J. F 



193 10 
248 80 
178 6-0 
45 
144 00 
134 60 



Grants to Public School Inspectors for services in connection with visits 
to Public Schools of Normal School Students and Masters ($220.00) 



Atkin, W 

Broderick, G. E. 
Campbell, A. L. 



20 00 
20 00 

20 00 



Christie, D. M. . 
Edwards, C H. 
Jamieson, Thos. 



20 00 
20 00 

20 00 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



Ill 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Grants to Public School Inspectors for services in connection with visits to Public 
Schools of Normal School Students and Masters.— Continued. 



Lees, R. .• 

(Mulloy, C. W 

Smith, J. H. ('Hamilton) 



20 00 
20 00 
20 00 



Smith, J. H. (Stratford) 
Thompson, P. J 



20 -00 
20 00 



Special Lectures in Rural and Urban Schools, including travelling expenses 
and contingencies ($1,357.21) 



Beal, A. W., trav. expenses, 
292.45; services as lecturer, 
1,050.00 1,342 45 



Briggs, Wm., books 2 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing, 2.20; stationery, 10.56 12 76 



Special Lectures at Normal Schools and Associations, including travelling 
and other expenses ($1,295.75) 



Blewett, Mrs. Jean, services as 
lecturer at 20.00 per lecture, 
140.00; trav. expenses, 71.55.. 211 55 

Coleman, A. P., services as lec- 
turer at 20.00 per lecture, 
140.00; trav. expenses, 55.60.. 195 60 

Currelly, C. T., services as lec- 
turer at 20.00 per lecture, 
140.00; trav. expenses, 67.65.. 207 65 



DeWitt, N. W., services as lec^ 
turer at 20.00 per lecture, 
140.0O; trav. expenses, 55.45.. 195 45 

Hill, H. W., services as lecturer 
at 20.00 per lecture, 160.00; 
trav. expenses, 81.15 241 15 

Grant, W. L., services as lecturer 
at 20.00 per lecture, 140.00; 
trav. expenses, 104.35 244 35 



School Gardens for Normal Schools ($130.70) 



Andrew, J. A., seeds 

Carter's Tested Seeds, bulbs 

Cochrane Hardware, Ltd., tools. 

Cooper, J., services on grounds 
at 2.00 per diem .• 

Dunkley, Jno., services on 
grounds with team at 5.00 per 
diem 



19 10 

13 80 

1 65 

26 00 



12 50 



Graham Bros., seeds • 

Leduc, N., soil 

McKinley, (P., services 
grounds at 2.00 per diem 

Morgan, A. J., seeds 

Nelson, J., manure 

Pearsall, S., rakes ■ 



22 36 
50 

19 00 
3 99 
6 00 
6 00 



Reference Books for Normal School Libraries ($1,487.00) 



Britnell, A., books 34 40 

Carnochan, J., books 2 25 

McClelland & Goodchild, books. . 1,298 82 



MacMillan (Co. of Canada, books . 71 44 
Methodist Book & Pub. House. 

books 80 09 



Bulletins on Educational Matters, preparation and distribution and 
contingencies ($1,377.90) 



King's Printer, distribution, half 
tones, etchings, etc., 263.59; 
printing and binding, 1,076.51. 1,340 10 

Hobson, Maud, trav. expenses . . 8 90 



Morgan, S. A., services revising 

manuscript 20 00 

Wilson, Mrs. M., trav. expenses. 8 90 



Special travelling expenses for County and other Inspectors ($161.46) 
Houston, J. A 37 96 Stuart, J. R 



123 50 



Re=filing Official Departmental correspondence, services and 
contingencies ($437.82) 



Grand & Toy, Ltd., table and 
trays 35 00 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., guides, 
folders, etc 270 32 



United Typewriter Co., type- 
writer desk and chair 



132 50 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($281.04) 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., filing secretary, blank forms, guides, etc 281 04 



112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Educational Work, League of the Empire ($250.00) 

League of the Empire, grant 250 00 

Encyclopedias for Normal Schools ($453.60) 

Publishers' Association of Canada, encyclopedias 453 60 



Normal and Model Schools, Toronto. 
Salaries ($44,986.60) 



William Scott: Twelve months' salary 

D. D. Moshier: do 

Wm, Prendergast: do 

D. Whyte: do 
R. H. Walks: Six do 
Auta Powell: Twelve do 
Guy de Lestard: do 
A. T. Cringan: do 
R. W. Murray: do 
M. A. Sorsoliel: do 
T. Mustard: do 

F. McCordick: do 
I. Richardson: do 
M. Meehan: do 
M. K. Caulfield: do 
A. F. Laven: do 
C. E. Kniseley: do 

A. Harding: do 
.Stella Till: do 

E. H. Price: do 
T. M. Watson: do 
Jean Somers: do 

Emma MdBeth: do 

M. W. Brown: do 

M. Mclntyre: do 

E. Cody: do 

J. H. Wilkinson: do 

G. Leroy: do 
N. A. Ewing: do 
Chas. Soady: do 
J. Boasi: do 
Wm. Noble: do 
Thos. Mannell: do 
H. Blunt: do 
Geo. Walton: do 
T. Hunt: do 
R. J. Beeman: do 
E. Knox: do 
Chas. Maddocks: Seven do 

B. Simpson: Twelve: do 



as Principal 

Department Master 

do 

do 

do 

Drawing Master 

French Master 

Music Master ■ 

Head Master, Model School 

Assistant, Boys' Model School 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Head Mistress, Girls' Model School . 

Assistant, do 

do do 

do do 

do do 

Pianist 

Drill Master 

Writing Master 

Instructor in Calisthenics in Girls' 

Model School 

Instructor in Sewing 

Instructor in Reading 

Director of Kindergarten 

Assistant do 

Instructor in Manual Training 

Clerk and Stenographer 

Instructor of Household Science . . 

Head Gardener 

Asst. do 

Fireman and Watchman 

Fireman 

Laborer on Grounds 

do 

do 

Janitor of Normal School 

do do 

Janitor of Boys' Model School 

do Girls' do 



3,100 


00 


2,340 


00 


2,260 


00 


2,200 


00 


1,003 


33 


1,600 


00 


300 


00 


1,600 


00 


2,100 


00 


1,800 


00 


1,560 


00 


1,480 


00 


960 


00 


1,540 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,200 


00 


1,120 


00 


1,120 


00 


250 


00 


300 


00 


300 


00 


600 


oo 


600 


00 


500 


00 


1,540 


00 


1,100 


00 


1,600 


00 


700 


00 


1,180 


00 


1,050 


00 


850 


00 


950 


00 


750 


00 


550 


00 


725 


02 


707 


97 


700 


oo 


550 


00 


450 


28 


550 


00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies ($2,053.37) 



Barchard & Co., Ltd., packing 

cases 7 04 

Bell Telephone Co., messages... 77 

Birimstin, Geo., duplicate key 20 

Cairns, B., date stamps 6 50 

Canada Customs, duty charges. . 19 
Can. Delivery & Cartage Co., 

cartage 1 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 50 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., dictionary 1 35 



Cowan, John, services as watch- 
man at 58.00 per month 702 14 

Craig, E., services as accom- 
panist 5 00 

Dutch Studio, enlargement of 
picture and frame 13 00 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., chalk, 
pencils, brushes, etc., 83.08; 
drawing paper, 26.50 109 58 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



113 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Toronto. — Continued. 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 



Glasgow, Brook & Co., books... 

Globe Printing Co., advertising. 

Grand & Toy, brass clips 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., book and 
supplies 

Higgins, J. J., rent of palms . . . 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, cartage 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 513.32; cartage, 25c; 
directory, 10.00; paper, 42.13; 
printing and binding, 257.97.. 

McClelland & Goodchild, books. . 

Macbeth, Mrs. E., trav. expenses 

Macmillan Co., books 

Mail Printing Co., advertising. . 



18 


OC 


6 


18 




60 


91 


80 


24 


00 



1 25 



823 67 

6 40 

23 25 

15 00 

5 32 



Matthews, R., supplies 

Mills, Mrs. W. B., services as 

pianist at closing 

Mills, iM., postage stamps 

News Publishing Co., advertising 
Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., rug, 

towelling, etc 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 
Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets. . 
Toronto Telegram, advertising 
Toronto World, advertising . . . 
Turner, C. M., trav. expenses.. 
United Typewriter Co., type 

writer, 94.00; supplies, 13.70 
Warren & Ellis, bamboo rod . . . 



80 



5 00 


18 00 


8 34 


19 26 


5 30 


10 00 


5 76 


5 32 


4 95 


07 70 


20 



Unpaid Accounts, 1913 ($72.00) 

King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



72 00 



Text and blank books for Model School Pupils ($770.15) 



Briggs, Win., books 4 80 

Copp*, Clark Co., Ltd., books 156 27 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., books 24 38 

Gage, W. J., & Co., Ltd., books. . 103 68 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., copy books 16 16 



King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery, 305.20; books, 128.46 

Macmillan Co. of Can., Ltd., 
books, 4.80; dictionary, 26.40. 



433 66 



31 20 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($123.53) 

Art Metropole, supplies 75 Simmers, J. A., Christmas tree 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., sup- and decorations 

plies 101 49 Simpson, Robt, Co., Ltd., sup- 

Higgins, J. J., rent of palms and plies 

ferns 7 00 



6 94 

7 35 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual T raining supplies ($956.28) 



5 15 



Art Metropole, supplies 

Boston Steam Laundry, laundry- 

ing 

City Dairy Co., milk tickets 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., sewing 

scrap books 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., chemicals . . 

Freek, Clark Co., tubing, etc 

Gearing, Thos. V., pine shelving 
Hendry, Geo. M., Co., casting and 

supplies 174 44 

Holman, J. W., supplies ... 37 32 

Knox, (Mrs. E., laundry ing 36 

Map Co., The, map of greater 

Toronto 10 00 

Meredith, Thos., & Co., supplies. 1 00 



49 76 
10 00 

59 85 
1 00 

21 75 
4 40 



Pearsall, Geo., & Son, turpentine, 
gas stove, nails, etc 

Potter, C, carbons 

Rowland, Hy. A., drugs, etc 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 

Stewart, R. H., supplies 

Stuart, D. G. C, chemicals 

Sweeney, Mrs., laundrying 

Toronto University, slides and 
box 

Underwood & Underwood, lan- 
tern slides 

Williamson, Wm., lumber 

Wood, Lloyd, chemicals 



61 


45 




90 


11 


85 


142 


28 


45 


42 




35 




42 


9 


10 


38 


80 


269 


88 




80 



Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School games ($45.00) 
Scott, Wm., grant 



45 00 



Toronto Board of Education ($1,500.00) 

Board of Education, Toronto use of school for students in training 1,500 00 

8 P.A. 



114 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal and Model Schools, Toronto. — Continued. 



Furniture and furnishings ($1,186.53) 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 
locks 2 34 

Fiddes & Hogarth, installing 

wiring and fan 56 70 

Gearing, Thos. V., & Co., making 
step ladders, 30.00; table, 30.00 60 00 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, tun- 
ing pianos, 10.00; rental of 
organs, 31.00 41 00 

Hendry Geo. M., Co., Ltd., desks 
and blackboards, 284.40; seats, 
96.00 380 40 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, laco lamps 281 00 



MoBrien, P. G., scoops, hose, etc. 22 86 
Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
desks, bookcase, etc 117 25 



Queen City Glass Co., glass 

Reynolds, G. N., & Co., table 

Ryrie Bros., Ltd., clock 

Simpson, Robt, Co., Ltd., brush, 

mats, shade, library table, 

etc 

Toronto Electric Light Co., 

lamps 

Turner, J. J., & Sons, flags 

Williams, R. S., Sons, & Co., 

Ltd., rent of piano 



4 85 
18 00 
20 00 



129 79 

17 00 
27 3B 

8 00 



Scrubbing, cleaning, and supplies ($991.26) 



Common Sense Mfg. Co., services 
exterminating rats 100 00 

Dominion iSales Co., vacuum 
sweeper 15 00 

Eze Mfg. Co., ammonia 9 00 

Gearing, T. V., sawdust • 30 

Kleano Specialty Co., cleaning 
compound 5 50 

MacGillivray Bros., tissue 
towels and holders 48 00 

Ontario Reformatory Indus- 
tries, brooms 16 00 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., floor oil, 
etc 175 97 



Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 

Pearsall, Samuel, lye, mops, 
pails, etc 

Queen City Carpet Cleaning Co., 
cleaning and relaying carpets 

Rowland, H. A., soap 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., clean- 
ing supplies 

Soclean, Ltd., soclean 

Sweeney, Mrs., laundry ing 

Williams, C. B., sawdust 

Woods, G. M., lye, etc 



461 


50 


53 30 


48 


01 


3 


00 


43 


08 


10 


50 




80 




75 




55 



Expenses of grounds, including wages of extra Labourers and supplies ($4,404.33) 



Chandler, Geo., services as lab- 
orer at 2.25 per diem 704 25 

Cormack, Jno., services as lab- 
orer at 2.25 per diem 211 50 

Davies, Wm., Co., fertilizer ..... 18 00 

Fenwick, W. H., carting ashes, 
leaves, etc 156 29 

Gearing, Thos. V., & Co., making 
snow plow 23 75 

Pay lists, laborers' wages 2,406 40 



Pearsall, Geo., & iSon, hardware 
sundries 

Pearsall, Samuel, shovels, oil, etc. 

Pickard, W. J., clearing snow.. 

Plumb, Geo. L., plants 

Rennie, Wm., bulbs 

Simmers, J. A., seed and bulbs. 

Weston, Jno., services as laborer 
at 2.25 per diem 

White, iGeo., plants •. . 



9 


75 


40 


55 


3 


30 


126 


75 


92 


82 


108 


83 


344 


25 


157 


89 



Fuel and light ($6,512.54) 



Burns, P., & Co., Ltd., 105 tons 
730 lbs. egg coal at 7.20, 758.63; 
569 tons 940 lbs. egg coal at 
7.4-0, 4,214.09; 1 ton 800 lbs. 
chestnut coal at 7.40, 10.36; 7 
tons 1,950 lbs. soft coal at 5.50. 
43.87; 1 cord slabs, 5.75; 2 
cords slabs at 5.50, 11.00 .... 5,043 70 



Consumers' Gas Co., gas 97 76* 

Payle, V. P., meals re weighing 

coal 6 30 

Pearsall, Samuel, coal oil, etc. . . 6 10 

Pearsall, Geo., & iSon, candles. . . 90 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 15 00 
Toronto Electric Light Co., Ltd., 

light, 896.58; power, 446.20... 1,342 78 



Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice. 



Water ($446.03) 

80 45 Toronto, City of, water 



365 58 



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115 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Toronto.— Continued. 



Aikenhead Hardware, 

hardware 

Ashall, Wm., care of clocks . . . 

Beaver Lock and Brass Works, 
locksmithing 

Booth Coulter Copper and Brass 
Co., repairing fire extinguish- 
ers 

Brimstin,. Geo., Co., locksmith- 
ing 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. . . 

Day Sign Co., signs 

Fiddes & Hogarth, Ltd., repair- 
ing valves 

Gearing, Thos. V., panel door, 
lumber and moulding 

Gourlay, Winter & Leeming, tun- 
ing pianos 

Meredith, Thos., & Co., hardware 
supplies 



Repairs, including material, etc. ($456. 66) 
Ltd., 



4 
125 


15 
34 


13 


20 


14 


65 


5 

12 


35 

76 
00 


7 


15 


50 


57 


5 


00 


17 


30 



Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 

castings 40 

Pearsall, Samuel, varnish, fur- 
nace scoop, etc 12 60 

Pearsall, Geo., & Son, wire, 
rivets, screw eyes, keys, lock- 
smithing, etc 15 85 

Pickard, W. J., cartage 75 

Rowland, H. A., sulphuric acid. 63 

Smith, C. T., services decorating 
schools . . . 25 00 

Stewart, John, painting and glaz- 
ing 47 95 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., cylinder 

oil and compound 82 01 

Victoria Electric & Supply Co., 

supplies 25 

Whale, Albert, upholstering... 15 75 



MoCleary, W. J., services as car- 
penter 



Wages of Carpenter, Night Fireman and Watchman ($1,499.00) 

800 00 

Uniforms for Guards, Attendants, etc. ($75.25) 



Thompson, Joseph, services as 
night fireman and watchman. 



Greer Bros., uniforms 



699 00 



75 25 



J. F. White: Twelve 
W. J. Karr: 

E. J. Slemon: Ten 
J. W. Gibson: 

J. W. Forbes: Two 

G. A. Miller: 

R. F. Fleming: Twelve 

J. Fleury: 

T. A. Brown: 

C. Emery: 

H.G.Braithwaite: Ten 

F. C. Anderson: One 

F. A. Jones: Twelve 

H. M. iLeppard : 

C. E. Mark: 

E. M. Cluff: 

M. E. Butterworth : 

A. G. Hannahoe: 

Jennie Foster: 

A. M. Delaney: 

M. Elliott: 

E. Bolton: 

A. H. Baker: 

J. S. Harterre: 

A. E. Robertson: 

E. E. Marshall: 

A. Heaney: 

J. Mooney: 



Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa. 

Salaries ($36,903.66) 

months' salary as Principal 3,100 00 

do Department Master 2,200 00 

do do 1,882 00 

do do 1,882 00 

do do 333 33 

do do 333 33 

do Drawing Master 1,600 00 

do French Master 730 00 

do Music Master 1,600 00 

do Instructor in Drill and Calisthenics 750 00 

do Writing Master 250 00 

do do 23 00 

do Head Master Boys' Model School. 2,260 00 

do Assistant do 1,560 00 

do do do 1,560 00 

do do do 1,060 00 

do Head Mistress, Girls' Model School 1,540 00 

do Assistant do 1,180 00 

do do do 1,180 00 

do do do 1,100 00 

do do do 1,140 JO 

do Director of Kindergarten 1,540 00 

do Assistant do 1,090 00 

do Instructor of Manual Training.... 1,600 00 

do Instructor in Household Science.. 1,180 10 

do Secretary and Librarian 700 00 

do First Engineer and Gardener 800 00 

do Second do do 600 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa.— Continued. 

Salaries. — Continued. 

W. Hunt: Twelve months' salary as Carpenter 800 00 

C. Horton: do Caretaker 730 00 

E. Murphy: do Nightwatchman and Fireman 600 00 



Reference books, periodicals, binding, stationery and contingencies ($2,110.16) 



American Express Co., charges. 

Art Metropole, Ltd., drawing 
boards 

Barchard & Co., packing cases. 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 94.00; messages, 
40c 

Bostch Cooking School Maga- 
zine Co., book 

Canada Customs, duty 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Floral Co., flowers 

Can. Northern Express Co., 
charges 

Copp, Clark & Co., <books 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges.. 

Dom. Express Co., charges.... 

Dom. Warehousing Co., cartage 

Eaton, T., Co., .Ltd., books 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., books.. 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams 

G. T. Ry. Co., cartage 

Hope, Jas., & Sons, stationery, 
books, periodicals and postage 

Hurd & Co., repairing footballs. 

Jarvis, A. H., drawing paper and 
stationery i 

Journal Printing Co., advertis- 
ing 

Ketchum & Co., repairing foot- 
ball, etc 

King's Printer, distribution, 
books, 64.80; paper, 22.23; 
printing and binding, 52.08; 
stationery, 331.18 

Library Bureau of Canada, sup- 
plies 

Longmans, Green Co., book 



1 75 

14 40 

7 04 



94 40 



1 


50 


12 


48 


4 


10 




50 


8 


7S 


10 


08 


7 


18 


24 


18 


2 


21 


50 


00 


18 


00 


1 


54 


1 


29 


735 


81 




65 


6 


00 


12 


00 


2 


15 



470 29 

1 25 
1 35 



Lorane, ,Mrs. J. M., services as 
substitute French teacher, at 
4.00 per diem 

Manual Arts Press, book 

MacMillan, A., engraving medals 

MacMillan Co., book, 2.22; en- 
graving medal, 1.25 

McClelland & Goodchild, book.. 

McKechnie .Music Co., books... 

Might Directories, Ltd., direc- 
tory 

Mills, M., post cards 

Modern Press, forms and cards 

Murphy, (Eugene, services as 
fireman at 45.00 per mo 

National Educational Assn., dues 

Nelson, Thos., & Sons, cyclo re- 
newal pages 

O'Malley, E., services as sten- 
ographer, 1 week 

Ottawa Citizen, advertising . . . 

Ottawa Electric Ry., car tickets 

Ottawa Free Press, advertising 

Ottawa Paper Box Co., card- 
board 

Popham, G. H. f stationery 

Rochester Mechanics' Institute, 
books 

Rand, McNally & Co., advertis- 
ing 

Reid, J. B., stationery 

Row, Peterson & Co., books 

Scribner's Sons, books, etc. . . 

Scrim's Florist, flowers 

Stewart, P., paper, paste, etc... 

Styles, Geo. G., services as taxi- 
dermist at 3.00 per diem 

Thorburn & Abbott, books and 
stationery 



252 00 



1 


00 


1 


15 


3 


47 


4 


00 


18 


46 


5 


00 


7 


00 


11 


00 


89 


26 


2 


00 


5 


00 


7 


50 


9 


00 


1 


00 


9 


00 


1 


80 


55 


95 




60 




87 


1 


00 


1 


47 


4 


13 


2 


25 



9 85 



30 00 



87 4^ 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies ($937.62) 



American (Book Co., book 

Art -Metropole, school supplies. 

Beattie, T., cleaning supplies.. 

Binks, C, photos 

Boyce, A., laundrying 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd., supplies. 

Capital Planing Mill Co., Ltd., 
lumber 

Carleton Drug Store, chemicals 

Dom. Electric Co., repg. iron. . . 

Esmond & Co., supplies 

Fuller, Geo. D., lantern slides.. 

Good Shepherd Laundry, laun- 
drying 

Green, H. J., instruments 



5 


60 




45 


20 


00 




60 


30 


81 


20 


46 


24 


40 




75 


12 


25 


30 


00 


30 08 


5 


25 



Hendry, G. M., Co., Ltd., cutting 
paper 

Hendry, W. J., bird's eyes 

Hope, James & Sons, paint 
brushes, etc 

Imperial Laundry, laundrying. 

Jarman, Frank, apparatus 

Kavanagh Bros., groceries 

IMcKinley & iNorthwood, croquet 
set and repairing coil 

McMorran, R. M., cloth and sup- 
plies 

Modern Press, elementary 
course designs, etc 



1 


30 


1 


00 


76 


40 


3 


40 


9 


75 


62 


50 


15 


60 


77 


59 


15 


00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



117 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa.— Continued. 

Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science and Manual Training supplies.— Continued. 



Mulhall Hardware Co., glue and 

hardware 8 SI 

Murphy, Gamble Co., art sup- 
plies 1 60 

Ogilvie, Chas., Co., Ltd., canvas, 

wool, etc 18 52 

Ottawa Dairy, milk 9 40 

Popham, Geo. H., supplies 37 65 

Rankin, W. A., hardware sun- 
■ dries 



Rea, A. E., Co., towel rollers . . . 
Scrims, plants and cut flowers. 

Slattery, B., provisions 

Sproule, R. A., lumber 

Thorburn & Abbott, apparatus, 

stationery, etc. 

Topley Co., apparatus and photo 

supplies 

Woolworth, F. W., supplies 



2 


75 


2 


50 


8 


25 


130 


00 


155 


81 


116 


27 


1 


20 



1 21 

Unpaid Accounts, 1909=10 ($153.75) 
Askwith, Thos., lumber 153 75 



Text=books for Model School pupils ($164.03) 
Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., books 20 00 Hope, Jas., & Son, books 



144 03 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., books 

and supplies 119 04 



Supplies for Kindergarten ($121.04) 

MciNab, W. M., Christmas tree. 



2 00 



Annual Grant in aid of Boys' and Girls' Model School games ($45.00) 

White, J. F., grant 

Payment to Ottawa Public School Board ($1,200.00) 

Treasurer Board of Education grant, payment for use of school, students 
in training 



45 00 



1,200 00 



Birkett, Thos., & Son Co., gar- 
den tools 

Brooks, H. W., sand 

Capital Planing Mills Co., plank- 
ing 

Egleson, B. F., sprinkling ma- 
chine 

Freeman, W. A., Co., bone meal 



Expenses of grounds ($151.82) 

Gray, Harvey & Co., netting. . . 

7 98 Graham Bros., bulbs 

2 25 Mulhall Hardware Co., brackets, 

hooks, etc 

13 44 iScrim, plants and seeds 

Sharpe, D., fertilizer 

Standing, J., potting earth 



Heney, Jno., & Son, 15 cords 
millwood at 4.50 

Independent Coal Co., 

coal at 7.90 2,834 13 

Less damage to pass- 
ageway 13 44 



2,820-69 



Steam coal at 5.50 
per ton 



83 87 



20 00 
1 75 



Fuel and light ($3,230.97) 
67 50 



5 


35 


30 


55 




75 


63 


25 


4 


50 


2 


00 



Municipal Electric Dept, power, 
11.99; light, 190.12 

Ottawa Gas Co., gas 

Rankin, W. A., candles and coal 
oil 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel contracts 



202 11 
35 35 

6 00 

15 45 



2,904 56 



Heney, J., & Son, Ltd., mill- 
wood at 4.00 per cord 

Independent Coal Co., Ltd., 
coal at 5.50 per ton, 7.70; 



Unpaid accounts, 1913 ($400.45) 

60 00 



steam coal at 5.50 per ton, 
82.50; egg coal at 7.70 per 
ton, 250.25 



340 45 



118 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal and Model Schools, Ottawa.— Continued. 



Water ($420.34) 



Kingsbury, G. E., ice. 
Ottawa, City of, water, 



1 50 
160 84 



Ottawa Wine Vault Co., Ltd. 
water 



258 00 



Power for operating ventilating: system and ash-hoist ($168.10) 

Ottawa, City of, electric power 



168 10 



Furniture and incidentals ($783.41) 



Bishop, A. F., glassware 75 

Bryson-Graham, Ltd., felt and 

blinds 38 06 

Cameron & Co., Ltd., flooring. . 14 05 
Can. Office & iSchool Furniture 

Co., desks and chairs 127 00 

Capital Planing Mills Co., lum- 
ber 52 82 

Cockburn, R. E., winding and 

repairing clocks 95 00 

Davidson & Cooke, grate bars, 

repairs to wheelbarrow, etc.. 63 31 
Enright & Co., repairing lock. 75 
Garrioch, Godard & Co., elec- 
tric supplies 105 68 

Gilson, H. H., bunting and flags 1 00 

Holbrook & ,Son, repairing 

stonework 13 92 



Hooper Bros., repairs to doors. 3 00 
Lindsay, C. W. f tuning piano.. 10 00 
McKinley & Northwood, cast- 
ings and repairs to plumbing 130 71 

McMorran, R. M., towelling 5 40 

Mulhall Hardware, Ltd., sup- 
plies 19 17 

Oliver & Sons, desk castings... 1 25 

Ottawa Wire Works Co., hooks 25 
Rankin, W. A., wrench, wick, 

oil and hardware supplies 26 64 

Sales, V. M., Co., cups 4 50 

Stewart, P., paint, glass, etc... 30 53 

Storey, D., sockets, etc 2 75 

Trudel & McAdam, angle iron. 3 17 

Twin City Oil Co., graphite 33 70 



Unpaid accounts, 1913 ($35.35) 

Stewart, P., paint, lead, oils, etc 



35 35 



Scrubbing, cleaning, etc. ($1,146.04) 



Bryson-Graham, Ltd., cleaning 

supplies 28 10 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., floor 

oil and soap 45 02 

Esmonde Mfg. Co., brooms, etc. 4 95 

Good Shepherd Laundry, laun- 

drying 1111 



Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 1,030 86 
Rankin, W. A., soap and brooms 3 90 

Red Diamond Polish Co., Ltd., 

brooms 3 70 

Rea, A. E., paper towels 90 

Tully, J. C, dustbane 17 50 



Snow clearing, cartage, etc. ($296.00) 



Dom. Warehousing Co., cartage 

Harris, E. J., cartage 

Harper, N., cartage of ashes . . 

Henderson, T., snow clearing at 
20c. per hour 

Lynch, J., snow clearing at 20c. 
per hour 

McKinley & Northwood, clear- 
ing snow from roofs 

Milns, Wm., snow clearing at 
30c. per hour 



25 

2 75 

54 25 

12 40 

80 

211 05 

4 60 



Morris, A., snow clearing at 

20c. per hour 

Morrison, A., snow clearing at 

20c. per hour 

Murphy, Thos., snow clearing 

at 20c. per hour 

Ottawa Transfer Co., cartage . . 
Watson, J., snow clearing at 20c. 

per hour 



1 20 

2 90 

3 20 
1 00 

1 60 



Normal School, London. 

Salaries ($17,668.33) 

S. J. Radcliffe: Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,100 00 

J. Dearness: do Department Master 2,500 00 

E.T.White: do do 2,160 00 

A.Stevenson: do do 2,260 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



119 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, London. — Continued. 



Salaries. — Continued. 



S. K. Davidson : 
J. Westervelt: 
C. E. Percy: 
A. Slatter: 

S, Pickles : 
A. B. Neville: 
N. Heffernan: 
A. Templeman: 
W. C. Robertson 
Geo. Pitchett: 
Wm. (Casey: 



Twelve months' salary as Drawing Master 720 00 



Eight 
Twelve 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Reference books, periodicals 

Adams, E., & Co., Ltd., toilet 

paper 5 

Barchard & Co., Ltd., packing 
cases 7 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 193.50; messages, 
4.35 •. 

Briggs, Wm., books 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co., Tel., telegrams 

Chapman, Chas., Co., binding 
and paper 

Cooper, J., services as acting en- 
gineer at 25c. per hour 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dearness, J., trav. expenses . . . 

Pitchett, Geo., services as night 
watchman at 600.00 per an- 
num 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., books.. 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., books 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., atlas and 
supplies 

Jolley, A. E., & Co., mat, board, 
glue, etc 



Writing Master 

Music Master 

Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics and 

Calisthenics 

.Instructor of Manual Training 

Instructor of Household Science.. 

Stenographer and Librarian 

Engineer 

Caretaker 

Night Watchman 

Gardener 

stationery, and contingencies ($1,066.76) 

Jones, H. J., Son, Ltd., surface 

50 paper 

King's Printer, distribution 

03 paper, 22.23; printing and 

binding, 40.82; stationery, 

18.38 

85 Langford, A. A., Co., Ltd., rulers 

53 London Printing & Lithog. Co., 

15 printing forms, booklets and 

60 stationery 

MadMillan Co., Ltd., books .... 

17 05 McClelland & Goodchild, books. 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

4 75 book 

25 38 Mills, M„ postal cards 

24 45 Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., blank 

25 books 

00 Reason, H. T., & Co., boxes 

59 Red Star iNews Co., almanac . . 
50 Smith, C. R., Stationery Co., 
20 stationery, printing and bind- 
ing 

13 87 United Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

supplies 

3 90 Vernon, H., & Son, directory . . . 



197 
11 
10 



197 

18 

1 



33 



300 00 
720 00 

225 00 
1,600 00 
1,100 03 
700 00 
700 00 
500 00 
433 33 
650 00 



11 50 



81 


43 


6 


54 


61 


38 


5 


00 


4 


27 


1 


49 


7 00 


71 


40 


10 


00 


1 


25 


1 


00 



108 65 

19 25 
4 00 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual Training- supplies ($667.02) 



Back, J. H., & Co., photo sup- 
plies 11 05 

Chapman, Chas.. Co., strawboard, 
binder cloth, etc 

Cooper, Jas., block maple 

Cowan Hardware Co., tools .... 

Gammage, J., & Son, flowers . . . . 

Gummery, H., college slides 

Howden, D. H., & Co., Ltd., plans, 
gauges and scissors 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., apparatus, 
chart, etc 

Jolley, A. E., &Co., paint brushes, 
crayons, etc 

Kernohan, Geo. N., Lumber Co., 
lumber 

Kerr & Son, supplies • 

London Crockery Co., brass jar- 
dinieres and supplies 13 40 



17 


00 


1 


50 


1 


60 


1 


00 


1 


08 


47 


60 


26 


85 


18 


18 


55 


90 


60 


14 



McClary Mfg. Co., plates, etc. . . . 
Morgan, A. J., thermometer and 

supplies 

Newton & Co., arc lamp collar 

for carbon 

Owen, F. S., supplies 

Potter, Chas., oxygen, lantern 

supplies, etc 

Ruxton Co., tables 

Smallman & Ingram, canvas, 

needles and supplies 

Summer's Pharmacy, chemicals 

Sumner, T. N., chemicals 

Taylor, R., sharpening tools... 

Topley Co., apparatus 

Westman, A., leather belting 

and hardware supplies 

Young, R. J., & Co., towelling, 

muslin, etc. .• 

Zick, W. P., supplies 



53 30 



5 10 



2 


00 


2 


25 


14 


05 


16 


50 


132 


91 


1 


10 


6 


65 


7 


20 


46 


40 


83 


38 


39 


01 


1 


87 



120 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal School, London.— Continued. 
Payment to London Board of Education ($2,250.00) 
Treasurer Board of Education, grant 2,250 00 



Chantler Bros., coal at 6.70 per 
ton, 955.16; slabs at 6.50 per 
cord, 19.50 

City Gas Co., gas 



Fuel and light ($1,255.49) 

London Hydro-Electric, light. . . 48 70 

Newspapers, advertising 4 20 

974 66 Water Com., Electrical Dept., 

27 87 light • 200 06 



Water ($99.61) 

London Water Commissioners, water rates 



99 51 



London Hydro-Electric, power.. 
Water Com., Electrical Dept., 



Power for ventilating system ($39.54) 

16 01 power 



Furniture, incidentals, etc. ($671.13) 



Abram, Robt. S., repairs to 
boiler-room door and putting 
on storm sash 40 92 

Boardman, ;S., repairing and tun- 
ing pianos 

Bugler, W. J., tap 

Colerick Bros., glazing, hanging 
pictures and shades 

Gas Appliance Co., rubber ends 

McClary Mfg. Co., holders 

Mayford, Wm, tie iron 

Meakins & Sons, cocoa mats and 

window poles 11 45 



6 


00 


1 


00 


143 


31 




10 


11 


52 




10 



Quick, L., reglazing . . .*. 

Skilly, Wm., repairs to water 
pipes and ends 

Sutherland Bros., repairs to con- 
ductor pipes 

Trafford, Wm., Furniture Co., 
tables 

Water Com., Electrical Dept., 
supplies and repairs 

Westman, A., hardware supplies 

Winnett, R., & iSon, repairing 
boiler, etc 

Wood, W. A., repairs to clock.. 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($587.50) 



Cooper, J., services on grounds 
at 1.60 per diem, 7.20; services 
at 2.00 per diem, 146.00 ...... 153 20 

Dunkley, J., manure 2 50 

Hyslop, J., manure 60 00 

Kaiser, W. W., services mowing 

lawn with horse 103 50 

Morgan, A. J., fertilizer, seed 
and bulbs 58 55 



Pelham Nursery Co., trees, 
shrubs, etc. ...-.• 

Pegler, A., plants and planting. . 

Smith, E. B., manure 

Thompson, F. H., repairing 
lawn mower 

Westman, A., hose, etc 



Adams, Edw., & Co., Ltd., soap 
and sal soda 

Berry, W. J. T., cleaning win- 
dows per agreement, 30.00; 
cartage, 37.00 

Brownlee, J. A., mop-wringer.. 

Cotterill, Alf., cartage 

Gray, P., cartage 



Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($1,124.44) 

Hockin, A., cartage 



80 96 



67 00 

1 50 
10 00 

2 10 



Meakins & 'Sons, brooms and 
dusters • 

Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 

Simon, Peter, mops and oil 

Vankoughnet, A., cartage 

World's Only Dustless Brush 
Co., dusters and brushes 



23 53 



2 


00 


74 


32 


1 


80 


165 


00 


134 
4 


56 

82 


70 
3 


66 
57 


16 

175 

2 


25 
00 
00 


1 
15 


15 
35 



1 00 

5 25 

942 38 

4 00 

50 

9 75 



Normal School, Hamilton 
Salaries ($15,265.00) 

S. A. Morgan: Twelve months' salary asPrincipal 3,100 00 

F. F. Macpherson: do Department Master 2,260 00 

J. Voaden: do do 2,260 00 

E. T. Seaton: do do 2,260 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



121 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, .Hamilton.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

J. B. iSeavey: Twelve months' salary as Drawing Master 720 00 

O. Main: do Writing (Master 300 00 

H. A. Stares: do (Music Master 680 00 

J. Skinner: do Instructor, Drill, Gymnastics, and 

Calisthenics 225 00 

A. J. Painter: do Instructor of Manual Training 720 00 

C. E. Elliott: do do Household Science . . 540 00 

A. M. Peebles : do Stenographer and Librarian 700 00 

Geo. Henderson: do Engineer 750 00 

L. Slaughter: do Caretaker 750 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery, and contingencies ($468.45) 



Barchard & Co., Ltd., packing 
cases 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
strument, 33.75; messages, 
7.00 

Buntin, Gillies & Co., stationery 
supplies 

Can. Express Co.,- charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . . 

Clark, Adam, plumbers' supplies 

Dom. Express Co.. charges 

Hand, T. W., Fireworks Co., 
paper 

Glasgow, Brook Co., book 

G. T. Ry. Co., charges 



7 04 



40 75 



120 


98 


3 


31 


1 


50 




80 


10 


10 




50 


18 00 




75 



G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
books, 54.00; paper, 22.23; 
printing and binding, 40.81; 
stationery, 1.78 

Mills, M., post cards 

McQueen, P., cartage 

Nelson, Thos., & Son, cyclo pages 

Thompson, John R., charcoal... 

Turnbull, A. C, books, postage 
and stationery 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies .• 

Woods, Walter, & Co., toilet 



paper 



60 



118 82 
7 00 
1 00 
5 00 

35 

105 95 

18 00 

7 50 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual Training supplies, ($499.86) 



Alexander Hardware Co., Ltd., 
hardware supplies 

Brennen, M., & Son Mfg. Co., 
lumber 

Qom. Express Co., charges 

Hand, T. W., Fireworks Co., sur- 
face paper 

Hamilton Engine, Boiler and 
Pumping Machine Works, vise 
handles and castings 

Haygarth, R., iron tray, etc 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., lab- 
oratory supplies 

Hill, W. E., & Bro., photo sup- 
plies 



42 33 

75 31 
50 

2 00 



2 90 
1 60 

85 03 

1 50 



Hoodless Furniture Co., stools.. 20 40 

Painter, R., case and contents of 
mounted birds 

Parke & Parke, chemicals 

Peebles, Hobson & Co., supplies. 

Pure Milk Co., milk 

Robinson, G. W., Co., towels and 
supplies 

Semmens, J. M., supplies 

Seymour Photo Supply Store, 
photo supplies 

Thompson, Jno. R., map board. 

Topley Co., apparatus 

Wood, Vallance & Co., hard- 
ware 4 55 



50 


00 


8 


35 


12 


57 


1 


60 


86 


74 


31 


20 


22 


32 


4 


56 


46 


40 



Payment to the Hamilton Board of Education ($2,250.00) 
Treasurer Board of Education, grant 2,250 00 



Fuel, light, etc. ($936.11) 
Citizens' Fuel & Ice Co., slabs.. 6 67 Newspapers, advertising re fuel 



Hamilton Gas Light Co., gas... 3 10 

Hamilton Hydro-Electric, light. 157 80 
Myles, Thos., & Sons, coal at 

6.12 per ton 752 24 



contract 

United Gas & Fuel Co., gas 



3 70 
12 60 



Water ($32.50) 



City of Hamilton, water 



32 50 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, Hamilton.— Continued. 

Furniture and incidentals, etc. ($364.26) 



Alexander Hardware Co., hard- 
ware supplies 

Brennen, M., & Sons Co., carpet 
strip 

Commercial Oil Co., oil 

Garlock Packing Co., steam hose 
cup packings, etc 

Hamilton Engine, Boiler & 
Pumping Machine Works, re- 
pairs to heating plant 

Hamilton Mill .Supply Co., cylin- 
der oil 



19 35 

21 
3 25 

11 54 



7 10 



2 75 



Hamilton Mirror Plate Co., 

glass 8 62 

Haygarth, R., nickled taps, 

washers, repairing roof, etc... 25 20 
Henderson, P., repairing poker. . 25 

Home Pitting Co., cork linoleum 207 91 
Morden, Fred. D., shade, cord, 

and electrical supplies 5 78 

Painter, A. J., plate rail, picture 

moulding, etc 13 80 

Souter, A. M., & Co., cocoa mats. 10 00 
Wood, Vallance & Co., hard- 
ware supplies 48 50 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($118.79) 



Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., 

clover seed, bulbs, etc 22 38 

Cleary, G. H., manure 3 00 

Ellison, Stanley, services on 

grounds • 7 25 

Freeman, W. A., & Co., bonemeal 3 50 



Housego, E. & C, services on 
grounds at 30c. per hr., 5.70; 
plants and bulbs, 54.38 60 08 

Wood, Vallance & Co., hardware 

supplies 22 58 



Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($857.22) 



Apps, A., cartage 25 

Brooks Oil Co., floor oil 17 80 

Cleary, G. H., cartage 20 00 

Fuller Brush Co., brushes . 9 80 

Garlock Packing Co., duster cot- 
ton and flue brush 3 50 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., floor 

oil, etc 2 73 

McQueen, P., cartage 1 00 



Morton, D., & Son, .Ltd., soap. . . 
Parke & Parke, sponges and soap 
Pay lists, wages of charwomen. 
Robinson, Geo. W., Co., Ltd., 

cleaning material 

Semmens, J. M., soap, etc 

Simons, P., & Son, furniture 

polish and mops 



3 


00 


2 


40 


783 


94 


6 


00 


4 


20 



2 60 



Normal School, Peterborough. 



Salaries ($15,205.00) 

D. Walker: Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,100 00 

■H. G. Park: do Department Master 2,260 00 

S. J. Keyes: do do 2,260 00 

W. I. Chisholm: do do 2,200 00 

J. C. McCrea: do Drawing Master 720 00 

E. E. Logan: do Writing Master 300 00 

M. R. Rannie: do Music Master 680 00 

do Six do Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics, and 

Calisthenics 112 00 

J.J.Thompson: do Instructor in Drill, Gymnastics, and 

Calisthenics 113 00 

A. F. Hagerman : Twelve do Instructor of Manual Training 720 00 

E. Ferguson: do Instructor Household Science 540 00 

B. Mawry: do • Stenographer and Librarian 700 00 

Wm. Gibbs: do Engineer 750 00 

Wm. Clancy: do Caretaker 750 00 

Reference books, periodicals, stationery, and contingencies ($773.68) 

Barchard & Co., Ltd., packing Briggs, Wm., books 60 77 

cases 7 03 Can. Express Co., charges 5 40 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- C. P. R. Co., freight charges . . 2 68 

struments, 42.00; messages, Cubitt, F. C, paste 6 00 

3.05 45 05 Davidson, A., twine 10 



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123 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal School, Peterborough. — Continued. 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 



Dom. Express Co., charges . 

Gibbs, R., cab iiire 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., books. . . 

G. T. Ry. System, freight char- 
ges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

Green, J. M., Music Co., pitch 
pipes 

Higgins Hardware Co., glue . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 7.82; printing and 
binding, 40.82; stationery, 
247.02 

Library Bureau of Canada, 
cards 

McClelland & Goodchild, books 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 



27 


55 


1 


50 


18 


00 




70 




25 


2 


40 




50 



295 66 

7 61 
4 00 

8 90 



Mills, M., postcards 

Mowry, L., postage stamps . . 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 

Perry Picture Co., pictures .... 

Peterborough Examiner, adver- 
tising 

Peterborough Review Ptg. Co., 
printing lists, 52.25; station- 
ery, 13.08; music sheets, 14.50; 
advertising 2.00 

Reid, R., postage stamps 

Soden, R. J., thumb tacks, 
toilet paper, etc 

Trebilcock Bros., blank books 
and stationery 



7 00 
15 00 

125 05 
4 95 

3 00 



81 83 
10 00 

8 00 

24 75 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual Training supplies ($338.21) 



Braund, J. T., grocery supplies 
Canada Independent Telephone 

Co., dry cells 

Connal, Peter & Son, grocery 

supplies 

Davidson, A., grocery supplies. 
Davies, Gordon Co., Ltd., sup- 
plies 

Elcome, Edwin, taxidermy 

Fair, Root., & "Co., Ltd., canvas, 

tape, etc 

Panning's Laundry, laundrying 
Gillespie, G. A., milk and cream 



2 46 



10 80 





28 


3 


22 


1 70 


15 


00 


93 


96 


13 


41 


1 


86 



Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
school supplies 

Higgins Hardware Co., hard- 
ware supplies 

Jordan Bros., flowers 

McDonald, Estate of H., lumber 

Morgan Hardware Co., plyers . . 

Nugent Drug Store* chemicals 

Peterborough Hardware Co., 
Ltd., scissors 

Peterborough Planing Mill Co., 
dressed lumber 

Potter Chas., carbons 

Topley Co., apparatus 



46 93 



21 


69 


2 


55 


12 


25 




90 


5 


00 


10 


95 


46 


21 


2 


64 


46 


40 



Payment to Peterborough Board of Education ($2,250.00) 
Treasurer, Board of Education, grant 



2,250 00 



Peterborough Light & Power 
Co., Ltd., light and gas, 
72.28; ooal at 7.50 per ton, 
329.70; slabs at 2.25 per oord, 
2.25 



Fuel, light, etc. ($414.23) 



404 23 



Peterborough Fuel & Cartage 

Co., slabs at 2.25 per cord . . 4 50 

Sundry Newspapers, advertising 

re fuel contracts 5 50 



Water ($89.45) 

Peterborough Water Commissioners, water 



89 45 



Furniture, Incidentals, etc. ($255.47) 



Adamson & Dobbin, tumblers, 

soap holders, etc 

Alexander & Miller, electric 

lamps 

Detcher, R. G., repairing poker 
Fair, Robt., & Co., cork carpet 
Fitzgerald & Co., repairing cab- 
inet, etc 

Hoover, A. F., tuning piano . . 



10 70 



39 


30 




75 


35 


00 


1 


90 


2 


00 



Higgins Hardware Co., galvan- 
ized boxes, belting and hard- 
ware supplies 52 82 

Morgan Hardware Co., leather 

belt 5 50 

Peterborough Hardware Co., 

Ltd., hardware supplies 4 10 

Peterborough Lock Co., keys . . 2 00 

Redner, T. A., keys 1 00 

Routley, C. B., blind rollers . . 40 



124 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Normal School, Peterborough.— Continued. 
Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($154.50) 

Higgin's Hardware Co., flower Peterborough Hardware Co., 

guard and hose washers ... 5 20 grass shears 85 

Jordan Bros., plants, seeds, etc. 28 70 Redner, T. A., sharpening mow- 

Kerr, David, services on grounds ers 2 75 

at 1.80 per diem, 112.00; top 

dressing, 5.00 117 00 

Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($841.31) 

Davidson, A., soap, etc 11 80 Hunter, R. H., soap, etc 21 75 

Flaretty, E., cartage 20 50 Pay lists, wages of charwomen 753 85 

Higgins Hardware Co., floor oil, Peterborough Fuel Co., cartage 91 

brooms, etc 32 50 



S. iSilcox: . Twelve 


months' 


J. D. Campbell: 


do 


J. H. Emery: 


do 


J. M. McCutcheon: 


do 


H. Mayberry: 


do 


E. M. Cottle: 


do 


J. Bottomley: 


do 


M. G. Gearing: 


do 


R. Patterson: 


do 


Wm. Casson: 


do 



Normal School, Stratford. 

Salaries ($13,745.00) 

Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,100 00 

Department Master 2,000 00 

do 2,260 00 

do 2,260 00 

Drawing Master 720 00 

Writing Master and Instructor in 
Drill, Gymnastics and Calisthen- 
ics 525 00 

Music Master 680 00 

. 700 00 

. 750 00 



Stenographer and Librarian. 
Engineer , 



Caretaker • 750 00 



Reference books, periodicals, stationery, and contingencies ($1,302.63) 



Abraham, Alex., blank books, 
paper and printing 32 00 

Alexander, A. H., postage stamps 
and stationery supplies 

Barchard & Co., packing cases 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 46.50; messages, 
6.35 

Briggs, Wm., books 

Brown Bros., paper 

Can. Express Co., charges .... 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., telegrams . . 

Cottle, E M services as drill in- 
structor at 10.00 per week . . 

Craig, W. G., trav. expenses . . 

Dawson, Wm., & Son, periodi- 
cals 

Dent, B., services presiding at 
examination at 4.00 per diem. 

Dick, A. B., & Co., stationery . . 

Easson, H., livery hire 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., books.. 

Globe Wernicke Co., folders . . 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., binders, 

guides, bookrack, etc 13 90 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 1 60 



123 


46 


7 


04 


52 


85 


6 


35 


3 


30 


41 


45 




30 


133 


33 


250 


22 


109 


35 


6 


00 




92 


1 


00 


18 


00 


1 


50 



Heinbuck, Geo., repairing type- 
writer, etc 

Kilgour Bros., boxes 

King's Printer, distribution, 
paper, 22.22; printing and 
binding, 40.83; stationery, 
42.48 . .' 

Knight, W. H., cab hire 

McClelland & Goodchild, books 

Mills, M., post cards 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., sta- 
tionery supplies 

Patterson, H. M., postage, 10.00; 
stationery supplies, 135.87 . . 

Robertson, J., services as steno- 
grapher at 10.00 per week . . 

Schmidt Bros., 200 copies of 
songs 

Stratford Desks, Ltd., rent of 
typewriter and repairs 

Taylor & Shelvey, binding maga- 
zines 

Taylor, A. E., magazines, sta- 
tionery and binding 

Vernon, Henry Co., directory.. 



5 
10 


18 
00 


105 
1 

4 

7 


53 

50 
00 
00 


15 


33 


62 


40 


145 


87 


95 


00 


2 


00 


8 


00 


18 


75 


17 

2 


00 
50 



Travelling expenses, Manual Training, and Domestic Science teachers ($240.45) 
Neville, A. B 113 00 Pickles, S 



127 45 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



125 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, Stratford. — Continued. 



• Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual Training supplies ($683.12) 



Abraham, Alex., stationery and 

printing 9 20 

Alexander, A. H., drawing 

paper, etc 4 10 

Bausch & Lomb Optical Co., 

screen 10 00 

Bradshaw, J. L., crockery, etc. 7 76 

Central Scientific Co., lantern 

slides 5 87 

Curtis Standard Test, apparatus 1 27 

De Laval Dairy Supply Co., 

lactometer v . 25 00 

Easson, R. J., photo supplies.. 1 40 

Fraser, Donald D., dry goods, 

supplies 23 09 

Gardner, Geo. S., & Co., appara- 
tus 45 00 

Goodman, iH. C, lantern slides 17 50 
Gregory & Jury, lantern slides 2 75 

Hampson, S. A., brushes 1 15 

Heinbuch, Geo., hardware sup- 
plies 15 05 

Henneck, C. Co., apparatus . . 6 80 
Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., ther- 
mometer and apparatus 84 99 



Hill, W. E., & Bros., photo sup- 
plies 155 

Kalbfleisch. Planing Mill, lumber 22 65 
Keystone View Co., lantern 

slides 21 32 

McCartney, G. P., chemicals, etc. 34 32 

McCully, W. J., supplies 82 70 

McGill University Literary, lan- 
tern slide 17 00 

Myers, J. R., & Sons, hardware 

supplies 47 84 

Purdy, Mansell, Ltd., diaphragm, 

rubber, brass plate, etc 5 75 

Robertson, E. A., kodak supplies 

and apparatus 6 85 

Stokes, John A., lantern slides 10 80 

Stratford Dairy Co., milk 3 90 

Toronto School Supply Co., 

supplies 5 95 

Topley Co., apparatus 46 40 

United Photograph Stores, 

photos and supplies 6 94 

Victor Animatograph Co., car- 
bons 2 25 

Wliyte Packing Co., supplies .. 13 42 
Zick, W. P., supplies 92 55 



To defray cost of Shakespeare reproduction ($72.55) 



Abraham, Alex., printing 6 00 

Art Metropole, oil colors, etc. . . 4 55 

Literary Society, railway fares 10 40 



McKenna, A., & E., rent of cos- 
tumes 41 40 

Zick, W. P., scenery sheeting . . 10 20 



Expenses in connection with annual At Home ($25.00) 
Tony Viitra Orchestra, services and expenses of orchestra 



25 00 



Payment to Stratford Public School Board ($2,250.00) 
Board of P. S. Trustees, rent of Public School, for students in training. 



2,250 00 



Fuel, light, etc. ($802.43) 



Schnider, Co., coal at 6.50 per 
ton, 721.97; slabs at 5.00 per 
oord, 30.00 751 97 

Stratford Gas Co., gas 16 76 



Stratford Light & Heat Com- 
missioners, light 

Sundry newspapers, advertis- 
ing re fuel contract 



Unpaid accounts, 1913 ($10.00) 

Stratford Light and Heat Commission, light 

Water ($96.25) 

Duggan & Gray, Co., Ltd., ice 1 10 Stratford Water Commissioners, 

water 



120 

3 70 

10 00 
95 15 



Furniture and incidentals ($485.80) 



Bennington, W., bell wire, etc. 5 90 

Down & Fleming, music cab- 
inet, shades, etc 44 60 

Globe Wernicke Co., Ltd., book- 
cases and filing sections 82 70 

Greenwood & Vivian, Ltd., 

shades 2 95 



Heinbugh, Geo., blacksmithing, 
etc 7 60 

Kalbfleisch Planing Mill, lumber, 
boxes, steel pins and repair- 
ing windows 21 53 

McDonald & Henry, galv. pipe 
etc 55 23 



126 



PUBLJC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Normal School, Stratford.— Continued. 

Furniture and incidentals.— Continued. 



Myers, J. R., & Sons, hardware 
supplies 

Pendrith Machinery Co./ links 

Playter & Sons, services of 
bricklayers and laborer .... 

Preston & Co., repairing benches, 
cases, doors, etc., 22.95; cup- 
board, glass case, etc., 137.30 

Stepney, Geo., services putting 
on dormer windows at 25c. 
per hour 



8 26 
1 75 

39 60 



160 25 



3 50 



Stratford Chair Co., repairing 
stool 

Stratford Hardware Co., sup- 
plies 

Stratford Heat & Light Com., 
tungsten lamps 

Tilbrook, S., services putting on 
dormer windows, at 25c. per 
hour 

Twin City Oil Co., oil 

Ward, G. T., & Son, hardware 
supplies 



50 



13 05 



14 40 



2 50 
6 00 

15 48 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($435.50) 



Bruce, J. A., & Co., bulbs .... 9 81 
Burnham's, the Florist, plants 

and bulbs 70 09 

Connon, Jno., & Co., plants . . 3 10 

Jones, Thos., manure 1 00 

Manser, S. G., earth and manure 11 00 
Myers, J. R., & "Sons, garden 

tools 12 21 

Parker, John, services on 

grounds at 2.00 per diem . . 22 00 



Simmers, J. A., bulbs, seeds, 

and trees 

Stepney, G., services on grounds 

at 2.00 -per diem 

Tilbrook, |S., services on grounds 

at 25c. per hour 271 50 

Wraith, H., services on grounds 

at 20c. per hour 4 40 



Scrubbing:, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($817.95) 



Lloyd, Jas., & iSon, towelling.. 15 00 
Pay Lists, wages of charwomen 776 11 
Richardson, Wm., cartage 7 84 



27 48 



3 00 



4 00 



Stephney, Geo., cartage 

West Disinfecting Co., liquid 
soap 15 00 



A. C. Casselman: 
J. B. MoDougall: 
J. C. Norris: 
C. Ramsay: 
H. Wildgust: 
J. E. Chambers: ' 
C. E. Green: 
Ada McCaig: 
H. A. Beat/tie: 
Jas. McCreight: 
J. Clark: 



Normal School, North Bay 

Safaries ($14,759.67) 

Twelve months' salary as Principal 3,0(M) 00 

do Department Master 2,200 00 

do do 2,200 00 

do Drawing Master 1,360 00 

do Music Master 1,280 00 

do Instructor in Manual Training 1,540 00 

do Instructor in Household Science. . 1,060 00 

Eight do Stenographer ard Librarian 466 00 

One do Stenographer and Librarian 53 67 

Twelve do Engineer 800 00 

do Caretaker 800 00 



Reference books, Periodicals, stationery, and contingencies ($757.08) 



Appleton, D., & Co., books 

Barchard & Co., Ltd., packing 

cases 

Beattie, H. A., services as sec- 
retary and librarian at 1.66% 

per diem 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges 
Casselman, A. C, accountable.. 

Copp, Clark & Co., books 

Comtois, A., rent of post office 
box 



1 24 



7 03 



64 86 

43 40 

21 21 

1 16 

18 78 
44 

3 00 



Cornwall Standard, books 

Cornstock Pub. Co., books 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Doyle, J. J., livery hire 

Darrell, L., services in furnace 

room at 2.00 per diem 

Posdick, F. S., stationery 

Glasgow, Brook & Co., books.. 
G. N. W. Tel. Co., telegrams . . 
G. T. Ry. System freight charges 
Harcourt, E. H., Co., strawboard 
Houghton, Mifflin Co., books . . 
King's Printer, distribution, 

paper, 22.25; printing and 



2 


64 


6 00 


29 


28 


1 


00 


24 


00 




65 


18 


00 




83 


1 


32 


7 


50 


1 


20 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



127 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, North Bay.— Continued. 

Reference books, perio dicals, stationery and contingencies.— Continued. 

stationery, 



binding, 40.83 

190.80 

McClelland & Goodchild, books 

McDonald, W. D., postage 
stamps, 20.00; rent of P.O. 
box, 3.75 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 

Mills, M., postal cards 

Newspapers and periodicals, sub- 
scriptions 



253 88 
4 00 



23 75 

26 10 

7 00 

113 15 



Office Specialty Mfg. Co., list 
cards 

Rand, McNally & Co., books . . 

Richardson, J. W., toilet paper 

Smith, C. P., books 

Thomas Co., stationery 

United Typewriter Co., mimeo- 
graph stencil 

Upper Can. Bible Society, books 

Warnooth, A. R., books 



55 



30 
88 
00 
24 
20 

99 
70 
35 



Apparatus, chemicals, Domestic Science, and Manual 1 raining supplies ($520.35) 



Beamish & Smith, supplies . . 41 92 
Bedingfield, C. H., repairing 

barometer 

Begg Bros., felt supplies .... 
Cochrane Harware Co., supplies 

Dufaure, M. J., supplies 

Eloome, E., mounting birds and 

* weasel 

Fosdick, F. S., chinaware, etc.. 

Gentile, F., eyelets 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., apparatus 

Johnston, A., supplies 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery . . 23 65 



6 


00 


13 


44 


51 


66 


14 


40 


20 


80 


21 


55 




85 


59 


75 




25 



Northern Planing IMills, Ltd., 

lumber, doors, etc 

Parsons, W. J., & Sons, crockery 

and cutlery 

Richardson, J. "W., sharpening 

saw 

Richardson & Co., hardware 

sundries 

Smith, E. P., chemicals 

SpringhiUFarm Dairy, supplies 

Star Grocery, supplies 

Stoddard Bros., supplies 

Topley iCo., apparatus 

Winters, C. E., & Co., flowers 



Students' board and travelling expenses ($10,873.67) 

Sundry students, board and travelling expenses 



Fuel,?light, etc. ($1,368.24) 



Lindsay & McCluskey, coal 
8.75 per ton, 758.23; coal 
7.75 per ton, 519.25; coal 
8.00 per ton, 8.00; slabs 
4.50 per cord, 
3.75 per cord, 



at 

at 

at 

at 
18.00; slabs at 
7*.50 1,310 98 



North Bay Light, Heat & Power 
Co., Ltd., electric current . . 

Richardson & Co., coal oil .... 

Richardson, J. W., coal oil . . 

Sundry Newspapers, advertis- 
ing re fuel contract 



60 


18 


19 


60 




60 


26 


95 


2 


20 




50 


98 


71 


6 


64 


50 


10 




60 


10,873 


67 


50 


16 




30 



30 



6 50 



Furniture, incidentals, etc. ($143.89) 



Burrows & Parmelee, lamps . . 
Cherry, S. J., & Co., washers . . 
Cochrane Hardware Co., Ltd., 

supplies 

Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., 

locks, stops and springs .... 
Raccinto, F., locksmithing and 

bolts 



13 00 
95 

32 46 

55 



Randal, A., glass anl glazing . . 

Richardson & Co., hardware 
supplies 

Richardson, J. W., alcohol, tur- 
pentine, etc 

Smart, Turner Machine Co., 
pump spools 

Vokes Hardware Co., hardware 



Expenses of grounds, trees, etc. ($142.35) 



Bunyan, R., seeds 

Carmichael, W., trees 

Cochrane Hardware Co., tools, 

hose, etc 

Doyle, J. J., services mowing 

lawn, 12.00; livery hire, 4.50 
Dudley & Lafarge, repairing 

lawn mower 

Elston, F., services on grounds 

at 2.00 per diem 

Garvin, O., Hvery hire 



6 10 
10 00 

14 95 

16 50 

40 

12 60 
8 00 



Mackay, W. R., earth 

Millard, D. T., seeds 

Richardson, J. W., lawn mower 

castings and hose nozzle 

Scott, Thos., services on grounds 

at 2.00 per diem 

Simmers, J. A., seeds 

Wagar & Griffith Furniture Co., 

hessian for flower beds 

Winters, C. E., seeds 



6 3S 
70 12 
18 15 



1 46 
50 


7 00 
10 


7 20 


34 60 
15 20 


9 00 

70 



128 



PUBUC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Normal School, North Bay.— Continued. 

Scrubbing, cleaning, cartage, etc. ($828.54) 



Bigg Bros., towels 2 00 

Cochrane Hardware Co., supplies 11. 10 
Donovan, D., cartage 150 



Pay Lists, wages of charwomen 809 39 
Richardson & Co., pail, mop 
cloth and brushes 4 55 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes. 
Salaries ($9,300.00) 

J. E. Wetherell: Twelve months' salary as Inspector 3,100 00 

H. B. Spotton: do do 3,100 00 

J.A.Houston: do do 3,100 00 



Grants ($161,839.58) 



Treasurer, Board, High Schools 
and Collegiate Institutes: — 

Alexandria 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Amherstburg 

Anrprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Aurora . "* 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Beamsville 

Belleville 

Berlin 

Bowmanville 

Bradford 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brighton 

Brockville . : 

Caledonia 

Campbell! ord 

Carleton Place 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Clinton 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Cornwall 

Deseronto 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

Elora 

Essex 

Fergus 

Flesherton 

Forest 

Fort William 



88 
00 



25 

82 



834 68 
67'5 37 
685 55 
640 09 

1,030 64 
730 27 
917 70 
843 93 
497 73 

1,015 

1,197 
632 36 

1,241 14 

1,266 35 
910 67 
715 

1,129 

1,502 82 
561 24 

1,492 72 
773 48 
878 49 
773 19 

730 15 
1,419 86 

515 07 

770 54 

- 601 83 

1,206 90 

1,436 63 

602 01 

511 98 

1,188 66 

1,254 89 

750 94 

526 25 

825 29 

1,003 85 

6?6 79 

731 19 
659 52 
890 72 
770 02 
558 96 
733 33 

2,827 68 



Gait 1,241 85 

Gananoque 900 13 

Georgetown 886 87 

Glencoe 690 02 

Goderich 1,333 04 

Gravenhurst 1,455 84 

Grimsby 717 47 

Guelph 1,312 93 

Hagersville 690 63 

Haileybury 2,007 02 

Hamilton 1,518 80 

Harriston 856 54 

Hawkesbury 676 78 

Ingersoll 1,261 25 

Iroquois 801 54 

'Kemptville 880 08 

Kenora 1,780 72 

Kincardine 1,010 40 

Kingston 1,325 96 

Leamington 970 16 

Lindsay 1,416 04 

Listowel 941 48 

London 1,318 40 



Lucan . . 
Madoc . . 
Markdale 
Markham 



752 7'4 
756 87 
523 48 
838 55 



Meaford 1,245 60 

Midland 947 29 

Mitchell 812 80 

Morewood 627 87 

Morrisburg 1,1 74 44 

Mount Forest 842 36 

Napanee 1,165 18 

Newburgh 636 02 

Newcastle 551 04 

Newmarket 1,046 50 

Niagara 556 82 

Niagara Falls 1,515 76 

Niagara Falls, South 740 24 

North Bay 2,122 86 

Norwood 736 53 

Oakville 856 25 

Omemee 536 55 

Orangeville 1,060 52 

Orillia 1.411 98 

Oshawa 1,219 04 

Ottawa i 1,511 60 



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129 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



High Schools and Collegiate Institutes.— Continued. 



Grants.— Continued. 



Owen Sound 1,47'6 80 

Paris 899 76 

Parkhill 763 71 

Pembroke 1,028 86 

Penetanguishene 786 18 

Perth 1,112 33 

Peterborough 1,217 



33 
804 51 

88 



Petrolea 

Picton 1,464 

Plantagenet 575 97 

Port Arthur 3,040 46 

Port Dover 578 



19 

669 15 

40 



Port Elgin 

Port Hope 1,133 

Port Perry 776 26 

Port Rowan 557 74 

Prescott 909 24 

Renfrew 1,391 36 

Richmond Hill 731 38 

Ridgetown 1,017 



39 

697 46 

40 

52 



Rockland 

Sarnia 1,318 

Sault Ste. Marie 2,514 

Seaforth 1,080 31 

Simcoe 987 18 

Smith's Falls 1,526 27 

iSmithville 640 09 

St. Catharines 1,392 75 

St. Mary's 1,397 23 

St. Thomas 1,414 34 

Stirling 753 95 

Stratford 1,494 08 

Strathroy 1,113 15 

Streetsville 702 55 



Sudbury 2,398 20 

Sydenham 846 56 

Thorold 641 15 

Tillsonburg 942 57 



Toronto: — 

High School, Commerce and 
Finance 

Harbord 

Humberside 

Jameson Avenue 

Jarvis Street 

Malvern Avenue 

North Toronto 

Oakwood * 

Riverdale 

Trenton 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vienna 

Walkerton 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterf ord 

Watford 

Welland 

Weston 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamstown 

Winchester 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodstock 



1,147 71 

1,314 87 

1,488 80 

1,311 20 

1,280 80 

1,360 00 

87*2 12 

1,414 40 

1,520 14 

774 52 

820 72 

1,180 64 

526 14 

899 05 

518 47 

595 84 

720 69 

827 36 

892 42 

874 01 

788 13 

701 43 

915 22 

528 80 

1,486 75 

978 26 

1,233 16 



Night Hiffh Schools ($2,955.25) 

Treasurer, Board of Education: — Stratford C. 1 102 44 

Hamilton 691 03 St. Thomas 79 56 

London 110 76 Toronto . . ., 1,971 46 



Military Instruction, High School Cadet Corps ($3,456.99) 



Brantford 50 00 

Brockville 50 00 

Campbellford 50 00 

Chatham 50 00 

Clinton 50 00 

Cobourg 50 00 

Collingwood 100 00 

Cornwall 50 00 

Dunnville 50 00 

Essex 50 00 

Fergus 50 00 

Fort William 100 00 

Gait 50 00 

Goderich 50 00 

Guelph 100 00 

Hamilton 50 00 

Kingston 50 00 

Lindsay 50 00 

London 100 00 

9 P.A. 



Madoc 

Meaford 

Midland 

Morrisburg . . 
Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Niagara Falls 

North Bay 

Orangeville . . 

Orillia 

Owen Sound . 

Perth 

Peterborough 
Port Arthur . 
Port Hope ... 
Port Perry . 

Renfrew 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 



50 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 



130 



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No. 1 



Smith's Falls 
St. Catharines 
St. Thomas . . . 

Stratford 

Strathroy . . . 

Toronto 

Trenton 

Uxbridge 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

High Schools and Collegiate Institutes.— Continued. 

Military Instruction, High School Cadet Corps.— Continued. 



50 00 Vankleek Hill 

1TT0 00 Walkerton 

50 00 Whitby 

50 00 Windsor 

50 00 Woodstock 

150 00 King's Printer, distribution, 

50 00 ipaper, 1.25; printing and 

100 00 binding, 4.49; stationery, 1.25 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
100 00 



6 99 



Art Department of High Schools ($1,050 00) 

Grants: — Hood, Finlay, as instructor .. 100 00 
Brockville Collegiate Institute 50 00 Johnston, Geo. L. ; as instructor 100 00 
Clinton Collegiate Institute. . 50 00 Nelson, Arietta, as instructor 100 00 
Ford, K. P., as instructor ... 100 00 Ottawa Collegiate Institute. . 50 00 
Giles, A. Edith, as instructor. 100 00 St. Thomas Collegiate Institute 50 00 
Haileybury Collegiate Institute 50 00 Thomas, INeil J., as instructor 100 00 
Hamilton Collegiate Institute 50 00 Toronto, re Humberside Col- 
Hatch, S. B., as instructor... 100 00 legiate Institute 50 00 

Stationery, postage, and incidentals ($832.87) 

Brown Bros!, note books 3 00 binding, 347.18; mailing cases, 

King's Printer, distribution, 12.81; stationery, 97.85 679 87 

paper, 222.03; printing and Mills, M., postage stamps 150 00 

Travelling expenses ($1,563.77) 

Carf ort, G. A 4 90 Spotton, H. B 516 11 

Gundry, A. V 23 40 Turner, J. B 2 15 

Houston, J. A 545 70 Wetherell, J. E 471 51 



Library and Museum. 

Salaries ($10,928.00) 

H. R. Alley: Twelve months' salary as Librarian 2,000 00 

R. B. Orr: do Superintendent of Museum 1,800 00 

Geo. R. Barnes: do Clerk 1,250 00 

C. A. H. Clarke: do do Museum 1,250 00 

E. King: do Stenographer in Library 750 00 

L. A. Hynes: do do Museum 775 00 

W. A. Poole: do Guard in Museum 800 00 

C. W. Nash: do Naturalist • 1,500 00 

Geo. Chapman: do Nightwatchman, Museum and De- 
partmental Buildings 803 00 

Stationery, printing, labels, postage and contingencies ($955.72) 



American Anthropological Assn., 
dues 

Art Metropole, Ltd., supplies . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Figary, P., photo supplies 

Freek, Clark & Co., asbestos... 

Gaylord Bros., labels 

Hamilton, C. H., adhesive rolls 

Harris, E., Co., brushes, etc. . . 

Hartz, J. F., Co., compressed air 
tank, pump and spray 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 202.52; 
stationery, 254.49; directories, 
20.00 



6 00 

2 27 
10 15 

3 35 
36 90 

1 55 

2 70 
2 00 

4 30 

27 75 



477 01 



Library Bureau of Canada, 
guides, 22.99; filing section 
and stool, 62.00; card cabinet, 

5.00; stationery, 21.00 

Matthew Bros., picture moulding 
McColl Bros. & Co., metal polish 
Methodist Book & Pub. House, 

printing circulars 

National Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 

Newspapers and periodicals 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., book 

supports 

Ontario Lime Co., plaster 

Pearsall, Geo., &lSon, shellac, oil, 
files, etc 



10 
2 

1 


99 
00 
70 


5 


50 


10 
2 


00 
50 


50 
13 


00 

75 



2 55 



191314 



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131 



• EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Library and Museum.— Continued. 

Stationery, printing, labels, postage and contingencies.— Continued 

120 00 



Planet Bicycle Co., Yale locks. 
Robinson, Heath & Young, 

brokerage and express charges 6 80 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 9 00 

Rowland, H. A., shellac and 

alcohol 10 40 

Simpson, Robert, Co., cork 24 00 



Superintendent of Public Docu- 
ments, Washington, documents 5 00 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 1 75 

United Photographic Stores, 
trays 1 80 

United Typewriter 'Co., rental of 
typewriter 4 00 



Virtue & Co., books 



Unpaid accounts, 1913 ($30.50) 



30 50 



Books ($1,272.01) 



Annual Review Pub. Co. ... 

Atkinson Metzer & Co., 

Botsford, B. T., Ltd 

Bell & Cockburn 

Bibliopole, The 

Black, A. & C. . . . ~ 

Britnell, Albert 

Britnell, John 

Can. Courier 

Cassell & Co 

Caxton Pub. Co 

Chivers, Cedric, Ltd 

Clark, A. H., Co 

Clark, John & Co 

Collier, P. F., & Son 

Columbia University 

Copp, Clark Co 

Davis, John 

Dawson, Wm„ & Son 

Dent, J. M., Son, Ltd 

Deighton, Bell & Co 

Dominion Book Store 

Doubleday, Page Co 

Educational Book Co., Ltd. . 
Encyclopoedia Britannica Co.. 

Freud & Co 

Gerrard's Library Shop 

Hamwood, L 

Harper, J. M 



7 50 

1 42 

18 83 



02 
50 
00 



28 98 



35 
50 
69 



7 
4 
2 

12 62 
101 78 

13 06 

3 75 
12 60 

7 87 

4 07 
10 86 

5 20 

6 00 

8 50 
35 

2 01 

3 12 
42 75 
28 56 

93 
2 00 
1 50 



Historical Pub. Co 

Heaton's Agency 

Huntting, H. R., Co 

Imperial News Co., Ltd 

Frowde, H 

Leonard Scott Pub. Co 

Lingwood, F. H 

Lovell, John, & Son 

MaoMillan Co., Ltd • 

McClelland & Goodchild 

Methodist Book & Pub. House. 

Milford H 

Millard, C 

National Educational Assn 

National Review 

Nelson, Thos., & Son 

Playgrounds & Recreation Assn. 

Pratt, W. S 

Publishers Assn. of Canada 

Renouf Pub. Co 

Sherratt & Hughes 

Staley, John E. 

Stephens, B. F., & Brown 

Taylor, W. H 

Thorburn & Aobott 

Todd, Geo 

Tyrrell, Wm, & Co., Ltd. 

University of Chicago 

Wren, C 



4 


00 


1 


00 


4 


40 


2 


45 


1 


02 




86 


5 


GO 


4 


00 


83 


02 


27 


23 


528 


00 




40 


10 


29 


3 


50 


3 


05 


8 


68 


4 


50 


1 


60 


198 


00 


4 


47 




21 


1 


75 


6 


54 


1 


00 


1 


50 


2 


61 


9 


65 


7 


90 


1 


00 



Binding and repairing books, pamphlets, and periodicals ($116.30) 

King's Printer, distribution, Wilson, H. W., printing and 
printing and binding 113 75 binding 2 55 

Subscriptions to newspapers and periodicals ($543.11) 

Newspapers and periodicals, subscriptions 543 11 

Binding and repairing books, King's Printer accounts, 1913 ($44.05) 

King's Printer, distribution, binding 44 05 



Archaeological researches, collections, busts, etc. ($3,255.18) 

All ward, Walter S., bust of Sir Castrucci, O. A., services repair- 

500 00 ing busts, etc., at 3.50 per diem 1,095 50 



Wilfrid Laurier 



Borthwick, H., services as sten- 
ographer at 628.00 per ann.. 



628 00 



Florentine Statuary Co., clay, 
glue, plaster of paris, etc 



48 55 



132 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Library and Museum.— Continued. 

Archaeological researches, collections, busts, etc.— Continued. 



Gearing, Thos. V., & Co., alter- 
ing show cases, tables, cases, 

etc 598 48 

McBrien, Fred G., trays 30 00 

Mathews Bros., Ltd., frames... 16 80 

Ontario Lime Co., plaster 8 75 

Orr, R. B., trav. expenses 148 55 



Pearsall, Geo., & Son, hardware 6 35 

"Records of the Past" Explora- 
tion Society, copies of records 12 00 

Stewart, John, painting and 

glazing 158 65 

United Photographic Stores, 
photo supplies 3 55 



Natural History collections ($1,265.15) 



Carter & Leonard, fish 50 

Hairsine, M., 2 snakes 50 

Maughan, Jno. (Jr.), services 



mounting specimens at 75c. 

per hour 1,258 50 

Pearsall, S., tin 2 00 

Rowland, H. A., chemicals 3 65 



Public Libraries. 

Salaries ($5,375.00) 

W. R. Nursey: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,300 00 

Wm. Lemon: do Clerk i. 1,300 00 

S. B. Herbert: do Assistant in Library work 1,000 00 

Dora Allen: do Stenographer 775 00 



m Grants ($38,644.39) 



Acton 

Admaston . . 
Ailsa Craig , 

Almonte 

Alton 

Amherstburg 

Angus 

Arkona 

Arnprior . . . 

Arthur 

Atwood .... 

Auburn 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Barrie 

Bath 

Bayham 

Beachville . . 
Beamsville . 
Beaverton . . 

Beeton 

Belleville . . . 
Bellwood . . . 

Belmont 

Berlin 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 
Bracebridge . 
Brampton . . . 
Brantford . . . 

Brigden 

Bridgeburg . . . 

Brighton 

Brockville . . . 



85 


32 


21 


36 


37 


15 


59 


80 


10 


40 


81 


48 


10 


00 


16 


63 


26 


15 


90 


27 


22 


30 


16 


31 


69 


01 


223 


15 


91 


07 


149 


66 


CO 


36 


21 


8S 


41 


67 


53 


82 


15 


00 


59 


63 


260 


00 


30 


68 


29 


69 


260 


00 


97 


60 


20 


76 


66 


47 


65 


46 


57 


26 


58 


09 


149 


30 


253 


66 


260 


00 


15 


00 


105 


83 


58 


02 


174 


43 



Brooklin 

Brownsville . . 

Brucefield 

Brussels 

Burk's Palls . . 
Burlington . . . 
Burgessville . . 

Bradford 

Caledon 

Camlachie 

Cambray 

Campbellford . 

Canfield 

Cannington . . . 

Cardinal 

Cargill 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville . . . 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Cheapside 

Chesley 

Claremont 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobourg 

Colborne 

Coldstream . . . 
Collingwood . . 

Comber 

Coniston 

Copleston 

Cornwall , 

Delhi 

Delta 

Depot Harbor . , 

Deseronto 

Don 

Dorchester 



61 90 
30 99 
48 43 
75 24 
84 52 
72 70 
24 44 
10 00 
38 21 
58 65 
37 20 

132 36 
10 00 
16 81 
51 66 

105 83 

135 64 

33 89 

260 00 

27 60 
35 02 
68 19 
44 56 
42 73 

260 00 
201 82 
24 69 
21 or, 
248 57 
50 D9 
19 72 
18 50 

133 10 
65 12 
30 56 
10 00 

105 91 

28 75 
17 05 



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133 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Public Libraries.— Continued. 

Grants.— Continued. 



81 

65 

31 

146 

30 

163 

17 

69 

13 

161 

41 

32 

128 

58 

49 

72 

123 

30 

73 

53 

87 

16 

58 

29 

98 

5 

54 

121 

260 

53 

10 

260 

Gananoque 174 



Drayton 

Drumbo 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dungannon 

Dunnville 

Dunvegan 

Durham 

Duart 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Ennotville 

Erin 

Essex 

Ethel 

Exeter 

Penelon Falls . . 

Fergus 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Fordwich 

Forest , 

Foresters' Falls 

Fort Erie 

Fort Frances . 
Fort William . 

Frankford 

Fullarton 

Gait 



Garden Island . 
Georgetown . . . 
Glanworth 

Glencoe 

Glen Morris . . . 

Goderich 

Gore Bay 

Gore's Landing 

Gorrie 

Grafton 

Grand Valley . 
Gravenhurst . . . 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Haliburton 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriettsville . . 

Harriston 

Harrington .... 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Hawkesville . . . 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Hillsdale 

Hillview 

Highland Creek 
Holstein 



110 

139 

14 

5 

25 

184 

17 

28 

19 

55 

108 

24 

140 

260 

33 

36 

260 

129 

48 

102 

38 

56 

11 

14 

15 

76 

21 

54 

17 

51 



46 Honeywood 

68 Huntsville , 

31 Ingersoll , 

99 Inwood 

62 Islington , 

52 Iroquois 

80 Jarvis , 

96 Kars 

60 Kemble 

02 Kemptville , 

73 Kenora , 

64 Kincardine 

56 Kingston , 

98 Kingsville 

56 Kinmount , 

36 Kintore 

48 Kirkfield 

19 Kirton 

99 Komoka 

91 Lakefield 

60 Lanark 

13 Lancaster , 

19 Leamington 

07 Lefroy 

65 Lindsay 

00 Linwood 

04 Listowel 

26 Little Britain 

00 London 

05 Lucknow 

00 Lyn 

00 MacDonald's Corners 

37 Madoc 

75 Mallorytown 

21 Manilla 

04 Manotick 

00 Markdale 

22 Marksville 

12 Meaford 

54 Melbourne . . . .' 

84 Merrickville 

06 Merritton 

09 Metcalfe 

93 Midland 

96 Millbrook 

00 Mildmay 

00 Milton 

38 Milverton 

91 Minden 

00 Mitchell 

57 Monkton 

90 Mono Centre 

11 Mono Mills 

55 Mono Road 

68 Morrisburg 

01 Morriston 

82 Mount Albert 

00 Mount Brydges 

10 Mount Forest 

16 Nanticoke 

23 Napanee 

92 Napier 

25 Newburgh 



26 


65 


62 


25 


145 


39 


75 


72 


58 


55 


24 


06 


35 


57 


5 


00 


20 


00 


77 


24 


97 


52 


37 


93 


260 


00 


81 


60 


13 


69 


139 


51 


44 


43 


44 


07 


63 


08 


109 


13 


52 


16 


26 


23 


205 


90 


10 


00 


260 


00 


25 


15 


113 


12 


66 


48 


260 


00 


65 


09 


33 


60 


13 


04 


15 


00 


79 


72 


65 


77 


10 


00 


98 


34 


23 


22 


116 


60 


30 


87 


37 


39 


16 


59 


49 


75 


235 


88 


117 


72 


10 


00 


124 


31? 


53 


09 


17 


69 


68 


20 


18 


83 


25 


90 


23 


92 


9 


39 


92 


34 


7 


25 


45 


04 


53 


35 


97 


20 


19 


54 


197 


75 


33 


49 


79 


SI 



134 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public Libraries.— Continued. 



Grants.— Continued. 



Newbury 32 40 

New Dundee 37 11 

Newington 10 CO 

New Liskeard 157 43 

Newmarket 161 40 

Niagara 138 87 

Niagara Falls 260 00 

Norland 8 73 

North Bay 223 98 

North Cobalt 68 80 

North Gower 19 94 

Norwich 101 17 

Norwood 36 65 

Oakville 112 36 

Oakwood 18 20 

Odessa 39 88 

Omemee 65 46 

Orangeville 164 49 

Orillia 180 49 

Orono 14 83 

Oshawa 161 62 

Ottawa 360 00 

Otterville 51 72 

Owen Sound 311 39 

Paris 164 37 

Paisley 97 56 

Pakenham 108 61 

Palmerston 58 51 

Parry Sound 105 94 

Parkhill 50 06 

Pembroke 260 00 

Penetanguishene 255 00 

Perth 88 03 

Peterborough 260 00 

Pickering 41 63 

Pinker-ton 46 91 

Picton 239 93 

Plattsville 83 37 

Point Edward 16 26 

Port Arthur 260 00 

Port Carling 47 50 

Port Colborne 23 77 

Port Credit 39 57 

Port Dover 58 15 

Port Elgin , 92 46 

•Port Hope 260 00 

Port Perry 119 28 

Port Rowan 25 31 

Port Stanley 41 18 

Powassan 65 71 

Prescott 144 32 

Preston 169 60 

Queensville 45 86 

Rainy River 56 28 

Renfrew 88 29 

Richmond Hill 57 24 

Ridgetown 66 20 

Ridseway 39 54 

Ripley 22 00 

Riverdale 20 00 

Rockwood 5 00 

Romney 54 65 

Runnymede 17 53 



Russell 

St. George 

St. Helen 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Sarnia 

S&ult Ste. Marie 

Scarboro 

Scotland 

Seaforth 

Shelbourne 

Shetland 

Simcoe , 

Singhampton . . . 
Smith's Falls . . . 

Smithville 

Solina 

Southampton . . . 
South Mountain 

Speedside 

Springfield . . .-. 

Stevensville 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek . . 
Stouffville 
Stratford ...... 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton . . .• 

Sydenham 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Teeswater 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thornbury 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonfburg 

Tiverton 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Tweed 

Underwood 

Unionville 

Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill . . 
Victoria Mines . 
Victoria Road . . 

Walkerton 

Walkerville .... 
Wallacelmrg 

Walton 

Wardsville .... 

Warkworth 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 



38 


79 


71 


61 


35 


36 


136 


76 


260 


00 


260 


00 


248 


64 


87 


40 


40 


17 


184 


65 


81 


36 


21 


99 


155 


27 


5 87 


146 51 


15 00 


34 


03 


59 


08 


29 


41 


55 


84 


10 


00 


55 


10 


23 


28 


55 


58 


57 


48 


101 


35 


260 €0 


102 71 


78 73 


24 


26 


38 


52 


16 


93 


47 


34 


VI 


99 


69 


21 


&2 


92 


80 


15 


30 00 


67 


33 


10 


00 


73 


81 


74 


38 


123 


16 


16 


06 


,879 


85 


19 


28 


100 


64 


72 


69 


35 


20 


55 


16 


38 


72 


36 


41 


10 


00 


136 


9-3 


260 


00 


138 


53 


5 


00 


62 


14 


10 


00 


69 


43 


26 


96 


260 


00 


99 


92 



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135 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Public Libraries. — Continued. 



Welland 

Wellesley 

Westf ord 

Westhome 

Weston 

Wuitby 

White Lake 

Wiarton 

Winchester • 

Williamstown 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wroxeter 

Contingencies : — 

AJL.A. Pub. Board, book lists 

American Library Assn., mem- 
bership fees 

Bowker, R. R., & Co., subscrip- 
tion Weekly Library Jour- 
nal 

Britnell, Albert, books 

OjPjR. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

C.P. Ry. Co., freight charges. 

Carson, W. 0., trav. expenses. 

'Courtney, W. M., services at 
2.24 per diem 

Craig, Jessie, services at 2.24 
per diem 

Craig, W. G., services at 2.712 
per diem 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Gaylord Bros., paper, binding, 
etc 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

GiN.W. Telegraph Co., tele- 
grams 

Gurd, Norman, trav. expenses. 

Hardy, E. A., services prepar- 
ing and selecting list of 
books 



Grants.— Continued. 

97 23 Hardy, Judge, trav. expenses. 5 50 

43 41 King's Printer, distribution, 

40 93 printing and binding, 

10 00 925.45; stationery, 320.38; 

104 25 paper, 113.02; directory, 

93 92 10.00 1,368 85 

29 76 Library and Bookworld, suh- 

57 43 scription 3 39 

66 15 Library Bureau, transfer 

43 46 cases, etc 26 25 

260 00 Library Bureau, Chicago, sub- 

259 45 scription 2 25 

30 90 Macdonald, John A., books ... 20 00 

260 00 Might Directories, press clip- 

23 25 pings 54 45 

54 46 Mills, M., postage stamps 250 00 

Nursey, W. R., trav. expenses 142 71 
Peterborough Times Pufb. Co., 

1 00 maps 6 00 

Riddell, B., services at 3.04 per 

2 00 diem , 919 52 

Sinclair, W. F., services at 3.84 
per diem, 1,003.04; trav. ex- 

8 00 penses, 119.95 1,122 99 

334 50 Smith, Wm. E., services at 2.96 

per diem 904 80 

1 47 Spereman, Patricia, services 

55 at 2.24 per diem, 672.16; 

50 10 trav. expenses, 331.90 1,004 06 

Special Library Assn., dues. 2 00 

687 67 Thompson, Ahern & Co., 

flQ9 1 brokerage charges 1 00 

b^ 15 Toronto Py. and Steamboat 

R r ft 4 o Guide, subscription 5 20 

11 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets. . 20 00 
Walker, R., services at 15.00 
7 25 P er week 30 00 

1 qo Wellington Field Naturalists' 

€lu<b, copies of service bul- 

2 83 letin 50 00 

15 10 Wilson, H. W., Co., books 5 00 

Wisconsin Free Library Com- 
mission, books 4 20 

200 00 



Unpaid accounts, Kings Printer ($12.50) 
King's Printer, distribution, stationery 



12 50 



Library Institutes ($3,175.41) 

King's Printer, distribution, Postmasters, postage 6 80 

paper, 1.98; printing and bind- Sinclair, Wm. F., trav. expenses 18 02 

ing, 89.06; stationery, 5.96... 97 00 Spereman, P., trav. expenses.. 143 50 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, Expenses of Delegates attending 

printing programmes, circu- meetings: — 

lars, etc 99 72 Beaverton 179 45 

Nursey, W. R., trav. expenses. . 348 49 Colbourg 101 95 

Ont. Library Assn., printing pro- Deseronto 81 65 

grammes, circulars, etc., Jarvis 68 80 

280.07; postage, 5.55 285 ©2 Kenora 206 45 



136 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Library Institutes. — Continued. 



London 


104 87 


Meaford 


74 25 


Ottawa 


200 62 


Orangeville . . . 


109 05 


Simcoe 


flfi in 


Library S 


Instructors: 




Darnstead, Winifred, services 


80 00 


Dars, Eva B., services 


20 00 






150.00; expenses, 4.40 


154 40 


Hamilton, R. J., services 


10 00 




10 00 


Horning, Prof. L. E., services, 




125.00; trav. expenses, 4.00. 


129 00 


Langton, H. H., services 


10 00 






trav. expenses, 23.85 


48 85 


Contingencies: 




A. L. A. Pub. Board, books. . . 


25 71 


Crashley, Thos., cartage 


2 00 



Stratford 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Sutton 

Toronto 

Windsor 



James, Wm., photos of stu- 
dents 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding 

Library Bureau of Canada, 
cards 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

Nursey, W. R., special services 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., cata- 
logues 

Russell, S., services as janitor 

Stanton, O. B., & Wilson uo., 
stationery • 

Sundry students, trav. expns. 

University of Toronto, sundry 
disbursements 



232 54 
277 55 
55 50 
168 48 
280 00 



6 00 
5 24 

45 17 

2 55 

100 00 

28 73 
15 00 

80 90 
&3 75 

22 20 



Travelling Libraries 



Cost of books, services, and expenses ($2,257.05) 



Annual Review Ptg. Co., 50 

copies Review 150 00 

Bowker, R. R., & Co., books ... 2 50 

Bell & Cockburn, books 186 61 

Boston Book Co., books 4 50 

Britnell, A., books 45 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 101 44 

Canadian Facts Pub. Co., books 33 80 

Can. Manfs. Assn., books 15 00 

Can. Nor. Express Co. charges. . 5 00 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges . . 4 40 

Carnochan, Janet, books 112 50 

Chittic, James, books 11 20 

Copp, Clark Co., Ltd., books 97 92 

Costumer Art iSchool, books .... 15 00 

Crashley, Thos., cartage 4 00 

Cross, S., books 9 00 

Currie, Jessie F., books 24 00 

Dent, J. M., & Son, books 37 50 

Dom. Express Co., charges 88 53 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., books 70 92 

Canadian Institute, books ..... 43 75 

Gage, W. J., & Co., books 12 48 

G. T. Ry. Co.,, freight charges. . 3 59 

Grolier Society of London, books 40 00 

Hargott, W. S., books 56 00 

Harper, J. M., books 22 80 



Hartz, J. F., Co., books . . . . 

Heaton's Agency, books 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 27.42; 
stationery, 2.50 

Maclean Pub. Co., subscription. . 

MaclMillan Co., Ltd., books .... 

McAinsh & Co., Ltd., books .... 

McClelland & Goodchild, books. . 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., books. . 

Munn & Co., books 

Planet Bicycle Co., locks 

Religious Tract (Society, books. . 

Renouf Pub. Co., books 

Secretan, J. H. E., books 

Staley, J. E., books 

Stewart, Jno., painting and glaz- 
ing • 

Tborburn & Abbott, books 

Thompson, Ahern & Co., broker- 
age charges 

Upper Canada Tract Society, 
books . 



12 


00 


10 


80 


35 


91 


2 


00 


103 


07 


191 


76 


224 


41 




50 


157 


32 


22 


87 


8 


55 


16 


50 


48 


47 


160 


35 


13 


20 


23 


25 


7 


80 


16 


80 




75 


3 


30 



Ontario Library Association ($400.00) 
Hardy, E. A., Treasurer, grant 



400 00 



Grant to Canadian Reading Camp Association ($2,000.00) 

Treasurer, Reading Camp Association • 2,000 00 



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137 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Rural School Libraries ($7,961.85) 



Public. Separate. 



Treasurer, County of: 

Brant 

Bruce 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Elgin 

Essex 

Frontenac 

Grey 

Haldimand 

Haliburton . ....... 

Halton 

(Hastings 

Huron 

Kent 

Lambton 

Lanark 

Leeds and Grenville. 
Lennox and Adding- 

ton » 

Lincoln 

Middlesex 

Norfolk 

Northumberland and 

Durham 

Ontario 

Oxford 

Peel . 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Prescott and Russell 

Prince Edward 

Renfrew 

Simcoe 

Stormont, Dundas 

and Glengarry . . . 

Victoria 

Waterloo 

Welland 

Wellington 

Wentworth 

York 



71 61 
451 52 
143 77 
128 60 
428 80 
214 59 
103 76 
498 22 
162 27 
40 80 
45 89 
265 20 
261 64 
221 70 

213 28 
180 77 

161 33 

8 41 

172 83 

140 55 

30 48 

302 67 

214 93 

162 13 
83 29 

153 68 
165 64 

52 63 
34 04 

154 24 
442 95 

2139 77 
190 73 
87 13 
120 21 
267 38 
288 86 
361-99 



30 00 



10 00 
20 00 



40 00 

30 00 



10 00 



10 00 



30 00 

2666 



10 00 



Trustee, Public School District of: 
Algoma: — 

3 Johnson 10 00 

2 Laird and Tarbutt 7 74 

1 Prince 10 00 

4 St. Joseph 7 93 



Kenora: — 
4 Paipoonge 



Muskoka: — 
2 Draper . . . 
do 
do 
Macauley . 
Medora . . . 
Monck . . . 
Morrison . 
do 
do 
Muskoka . 
Oakley . . . 
Stephenson 
do 
do 



U2 Stisted 



do 
do 
Watt 
Wood 



Nipissing: — 
1 Chisbolm 



Parry iSound: — 

3 Foley 

Joly 

Lount 

McMurrich 

Perry 

Strong 



Rainy [River and Thunder 
Bay: — 

1 Atikokan 

3 Blue 

2 Carpenter 

3 Crozier 

1 Jack Fish 

9 Morley 

1 Woodyatt 

1 Roddick 



Sudbury: — 

1 Biscotasing 

7 Denison 

1 Dryden 

3 Garson 

Mills, M., postage stamps 



10 00 



7 


00 


7 


00 


7 


00 


7 


00 


9 


03 


14 


00 


10 


00 


8 


42 


10 


00 


7 


00 


10 


00 


8 


79 


10 


00 


7 


07 


7 


91 


7 


00 


9 


31 


9 


31 


9 


56 



10 00 



9 


40 


8 


68 


10 


00 


7 


98 


10 


00 


8 


43 


10 


00 


7 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


7 


00 


7 


00 


7 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


100 


00 



Canadian Free Library for the Blind ($500.00) 

Canadian Free Library for the Blind, grant 500 00 



Art School Grants and Art Museum Expenses 

Purchasing pictures, extra services and contingencies ($1,150.00) 

Sherwood, W. A., two water- 



Canadian Art Club, grant 500 00 

Ontario Society of Artists, grant 500 00 



color paintings 



150 00 



Central Ontario School of Art and Design and other Art Societies ($3,500.00) 

Central Ontario School of Art and Design, grant 3,500 00 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Literary and Scientific Societies ($3,900.00) 



Grants: — 

Canadian Institute 1,500 00 

Institut Canadien Francais.. 200 00 
Hamilton Scientific Associa- 
tion 400 00 

L'Alliance Francaise 300 00 



Le Club Litteraire Canadien 

Francais 

Ottawa Field Naturalist Club 
Royal Astronomical Society . 
Society of Chemical Industry 
St. Patrick Literary and 
Scientific Association 



Historical Societies ($3,000.00) 



Grants: — 

Brant 

Elgin 

Essex 

Huron 

Kent 

Kingston , 

London and Middlesex 
Lennox and Addington 
Lundy's Lane 



Niagara 

100 00 Ontario 

100 00 Simcoe County and Pioneer. 

100 00 Thunder Bay 

100 00 Waterloo 

100 00 Wentworth 

100 00 Women's Canadian, Ottawa. . 

100 00 Women's Canadian, Toronto. 

100 00 Women's, Wentworth 

200 00 



300 00 
200 00 
600 00 
200 00 

200 00 



200 00 
800 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
100 00 
300 00 



Technical Education 



Salary ($3,600.00) 

F. W. Merchant, twelve months' salary as Director 



Grants, scholarships, equipment, etc. ($31,143.01) 



Amherstburg High School Board 
Belleville Board of Education. . . 
Berlin Collegiate Institute 

Board 

Brantford Collegiate Institute 

Board 

Brantford Public School Board 
Brockville Public School Board 
Oollingwood Board of Education 
Cornwall Public School Board. 
Gait Collegiate Institute Board 
Guelph Board of Education . . . 
Guelph Consolidated School 

Board 

Hamilton Collegiate Institute 

Board 

Hamilton Board of Education . . 
Hamilton Separate School Board 
Ingersoll Collegiate Institute 

Board 

Jordan Harbor Public School 

Board 

Kingston Board of Education . . 

London Board of Education 

London Collegiate Institute 

Board 

Niagara Falls South High 

School Board 



150 


45 


307 


06 


846 


42 


568 02 


387 


60 


562 


28 


412 


46 


79 


90 


658 


68 


648 


77 


268 


47 


233 


75 


1,903 


57 


315 


14 


397 


80 


115 


39 


605 


41 


1,762 


70 


516 


80 


128 


56 



Ottawa Public School Board . . 

Owen Sound Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board 

Paris Board of Education 

Port Arthur Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board 

Peterborough Board of Educa- 
tion 

St. Thomas Board of Educa- 
tion 

Sault Ste. Marie Collegiate In- 
stitute Board 

Smith's Falls Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board 

Stratford Collegiate Institute 
Board 

Thorold High School Board . . . 

Toronto Board of Education . . 

Walkerville Board of Education 

Woodstock Collegiate Institute 
Board 

Windsor (Board of Education.. 

Contingencies : — 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 14.28; 

stationery, 1.08; paper, 1.08 

Mills, M., postage stamps 



3,600 00 



3,396 46 



572 
471 


90 
41 


802 


33 


913 


00 


328 


74 


857 


65 


442 64 


666 19 

42 50 

9,295 40 

.443 28 


743 77 
1,181 07 


16 
100 


44 
00 



Sault Ste. Marie ($300.00) 
Treasurer, High School Board 300 00 

Mining Education ($7,000.00) 
Haileybury High School, grant 5,000 00 Sudbury High (School, grant .. 2,000 00 



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139 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Technical Education. — Continued. 



Agriculturalltraining in High Schools ($37,120.33) 



The Treasurer, Collegiate Insti- 
tute Board: — 

Collingwood 1,400 00 

Fort William 1,900 00 

Gait 750 00 

Lindsay 1,300 00 

Morrisburg 1,300 00 

Perth 1,212 00 

Picton 1,500 00 

Napanee 1,300 00 

Whitby 1,300 00 



Norwood 1,200 00 

Orangeville 1,400 00 

Paris 1,300 00 

Petrolea 1,200 00 

Port Hope 1,500 00 

Sault Ste. Marie 1,900 00 

Simcoe 1,200 00 

Stirling 1,500 00 

Sydenham 1,200 00 

Walkerton 1,300 00 

Welland 1,300 00 



The Treasurer, High School 
Board: — 

Athens 1,300 00 

Dutton 1,300 00 

Essex 1,400 00 

Newmarket 1,400 00 



The Treasurer, Continuation 
School Board: — 

Carp 1,500 00 

Markdale 1,500 00 

New Liskeard 1,758 33 



Special Industrial and Agricultural Education ($2,206.16) 



Appleton, D., & Co., books 1 26 

Bell Telephone Co., messages . . 1 00 

Dawson, Wm, & Sons, Ltd., 

books 16 95 

Hattin, Florence, ten months' 

salary as stenographer 500 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 

printing and binding, 582.52; 

stationery, 266.25; 'paper, 

326.58 1,175 35 



Mack, C. W., rubber stamps . . 

Manual Arts Press, subscrip- 
tion to Vocational Education 

McCready, S. B., trav. expenses 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
books 

Mills, M., postage stamps 

Newspapers and periodicals, 
subscriptions „ . 

Silver Burdett & Co., books . . 



1 65 

1 75 
342 77 

2 76 
150 00 

11 65 

1 02 



Day'and Evening Industrial Classes ($54,939.87) 



Treasurer, Board of Education: 

Berlin 

Collingwood 

Fort William 

Guelph 

Hamilton 

Ingersoll 

Kingston 

London 

Oshawa 

Owen Sound 

Paris 

Pembroke 

Peterborough 

Port Arthur 

Renfrew 



650 28 
411 11 
234 50 

1,995 91 

12,967 61 

381 98 

270 64 

2,849 25 
176 30 
546 64 
225 73 
662 64 
881 no 
627 22 
285 67 



St. Thomas 441 95 

Smith's Falls 622 13 

Toronto 17,204 99 

Windsor 2,247 23 

Treasurer, Collegiate Institute: 

Brantford 2,594 12 

Brockville 1,318 76 

Cornwall 2,593 71 

Gait 1,155 05 

Ottawa 2,467 69 

Stratford 1,052 28 



Treasurer, Public (School Board: 
Drayton 



74 61 



Superannuated Teachers ($51,997.10) 



Adair, C. F 

Adams, Adam . . . 
Alexander, Robert 

Allan, D. L 

Amos, W. T 

Amoss, Jas 

Anderson, Jno. . . . 
Anderson, Wm. . 
Armstrong, J. W. 
Armstrong, J. E. 



158 
80 
385 
153 
199 
271 
151 
206 
171 
262 



00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
50 



Asselstine, N. A. 



192 00 



Aylesworth, Lucinda 179 



Baird, Geo. . , 

Banks, M 

Barber, Albert 
Beaton, K. G. 
Beatty, W. H. 
Bell, Wm. ... 
Bell, L. C. ... 
BigelOw, Geo. 



346 
172 
192 
299 
98 
251 
215 
184 



00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
50 
00 



140 



PUBLIC ACQOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Superannuated Teachers.— Continued. 



Biggar, Mrs. P. W. 

Birch, Jas 

Birchard, T. J. ... 
Blackman, Theo. . . . 
Blackwood, Robt . . 

Boal, Wm 

Bodaly, Jno 

Bowerman, Jas. . . . 

Bradley, W \ 

Braithwaite, T 

Brennan, Jno. W. . 

Bridge, Amos 

Bright, R. W 

Brown, Arth 

Brown, C. L 

Brown, J. C 

Bulmer, H. S 

Burrows. P. K 

Byfield, J 

Campbell, Alex. . . . 

Campbell, J. C 

Campbell, Wm 

Carnochan, Janet . . 
Carpenter, Gideon . 



86 00 

261 50 

293 50 

232 00 

132 50 

62 50 

83 00 

181 50 

101 00 

429 75 

65 50 

200 50 

281 50 

419 00 

86 00 

209 50 

173 50 

318 00 

116 00 

283 00 

203 50 

125 50 

269 00 

56 00 

Carroll, Wm 255 00 

Caswell, T. B 255 00 

Caverhill, A. E 240 00 

Ohenay, D 299 00 

Chislett, T 136 CO 

Clapp, David P 237 50 

Clark, L. J 342 00 

Clendenning, W. S 301 50 

Cochrane, J. G 241 00 

Collin, Jno 168 50 

Conner, J. W 276 00 

Cook, S. G 246 50 

Cork, Geo 310 00 

Courtney, Mrs. P. S 98 00 

Coyne, Maria H 279 50 

Crane, Geo 209 50 

Crawford, P. 205 50 

Crisp, Robt 68 00 

Cruikshanks, Robt 395 00 

Cull, F. A 200 00 

Cundall, Jno 200 00 

Currie, Malcolm 12000 

Dalglish, Jno 95 00 

Davidson, Wm 234 00 

Davis, Flavelle 246 00 

Davis, J. A 162 00 

Davison, W. M 146 00 

Deacon, J. S 327 50 

De Cou, Rebecca 327 00 

Derby, Samuel 128 00 

Dickson, J. E 177 50 

Dimsdale, A. W 113 00 

Doan, R. W 195 75 

Duncan, Jas 295 00 

Eckardt, T. . . . 194 50 

Eckert, W. D 375 50 

Eden, Wm 109 00 

Elmslie, Wm 109 00 

Fallon, Jas. J 68 00 



Ferguson, J. B 38 00 

Ferguson, R 176 00 

Fetterley, Mrs. Julia A 80 00 

Flynn, Mrs. Susan 266 00 

Fraser, Alex 153 50 

Froates ; A. S 214 00 

Fulton, Jas 185 00 

Gardner, S. A 353 00 

Garrett, G 215 50 

Gibson, Jas 87 00 

Gilbert, A. B 151 50 

Goodbody, Wm 182 00 

Gould, A. A 206 00 

Graham, T. C 65 00 

Graham, Harriet 155 00 

Grandy, Robert 115 00 

Grenier, Isaac 176 00 

Gripton, Chas. M 78 50 

Haight, Mrs. M. J 131 00 

Hamilton R. E 78 00 

Hamilton, Geo 23150 

Hammond, Thos 129 00 

Hanna, Jno 179 00 

Hanson, Mary E 227 00 

Henderson, A. G 139 50 

Hendry, Andrew 160 75 

Hendry, Wm. J 157 25 

Henstridge, J. W 229 00 

Hewson, E. T 142 00 

Hewson, A. J 160 50 

Hickie, Mrs. Alicia 223 50 

Hicks, Robt. W 140 25 

Hickson, Wm 169 00 

Hindson, Wm 220 50 

Hobbs, J. H. 119 00 

Hobbs, W. B 45 00 

Hogarth, Thos 251 o0 

Houston, Jno •. 150 00 

Hunt, Mrs. F. S 168 00 

Husband, Henry 293 50 

Ireland, Mrs. Irene 50 00 

Jardine, W. W 215 00 

Johnson, Mrs. Rebecca 86 00 

Johnson, Alex 87 00 

Johnson, G. W 213 00 

Johnston, W. D 157 00 

Judge, W. L 227' 00 

Kearney, Jas 56 00 

Keenan, D. D 185 00 

Kennedy, Elizabeth E 241 00 

Kessack, Jane 192 00 

Kidd, M. R \ 199 00 

Kidd, Wm. G 363 50 

Kiermann, Wm 122 50 

Kilman, Alva H 149 50 

King, S. G 203 00 

Kilpatrick, S. J 1 14 00 

Knowles, R. H 202 50 

Kyle, Jos 147 50 

Langdon, Jno 217 00 

Latter, Jos 234 00 

Lee, A. H 116 00 

Lee, Fred, K 92 00 



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141 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Superannuated Teachers. — Continued. 



Leighton, S. H 142 00 

Leitch, A. L 130 00 

Lennox, Robt. R 230 50 

Le Riche, P. F 128 00 

Levergood, Mrs. M. A 122 00 

Linton, Chas. B 132 50 

Lockhart, M 109 00 

Lusk, Chas. H 272 50 

McAuley, Donald 173 00 

McBain, J. W 116 00 

McBride, Geo. D 95 00 

McBride, Dugald 361 50 

McBrien, A. B 78 50 

McColl, D 129 50 

McCrae, W. H 80 00 

iMoCreary, Jas 20,2 50 

McDiarmid, H. F 279 50 

McDonald, D 178 00 

McDonald, Mrs. R. R 119 00 

McEachern, W. C 229 00 

McEachern, Peter 136 00 

McEwen, Robt 206 00 

McFaul, L. L 209 50 

McGeehan, Ella 140 00 

McGinnis, D. L 136 00 

MoGratli, Jno 150 50 

McGregor, Alex 167 00 

McGregor, Robt. C 127 50 

Mcintosh, Angus 286 50 

McKee, Geo 216 50 

McKeown, Wm 260 00 

McKinnell, Geo 176 00 

McKinnon, A. J 131 00 

McLean, Jas 89 50 

McLean, John 208 50 

McMahon, Mary A 95 00 

McMillan, Alex 156 50 

McMillan, Robt 77 00 

McNamara, Jno 98 00 

McNaughton, Alex 398 50 

McPhee, Hugh 202 00 

McQueen, Robt 220 00 

Mackie, Mrs. Vina L 74 00 

Marriott, G. W 113 00 

Martin, R. F 195 50 

Martin, Samuel 188 50 

Mathews, Jno 100 00 

Mathewson, Wm 146 00 

Maynard, Roger 262 00 

Middleton, Geo 152 50 

Mills, David 216 50 

Minchln, Wm. H 219 00 

Morgan, J. W 234 00 

Moyer, F. H 218 00 

Narraway, J. W 169 50 

Nichols, Jno 170 00 

O'Connor, D 98 00 

Osbornef A. C 193 50 

Osborne, W. J 248 00 

Page, T. 218 50 

Palmer, L. C 124 00 

Parker, Thos 131 00 

Patterson, Alex 167 50 



Payne, G. F. B. 



170 00 



Pearce, Thos 374 00 

Pegg, Jas. P 76 50 

Perrett, H. W 98 00 

Peters, Geo 129 00 

Plunkett, Wm 203 00 

Prouty, C 164 00 

Rabb, Jno 215 50 

Rankin, Thos 230 00 

Reavley, A. W 174 50 

Redmond, J. K 140 50 

Reid, J. C 156 00 

Reid, W. K 244 00 

Reynolds, Rose B 197 00 

Richardson, Mrs. M. Y. 183 50 

Riches, Mrs. G. S 258 50 

Robertson, C. M 166 00 

Robertson, Dorcas D 174 50 

Robertson, G. E 97 50 

Rose, Jno. G 136 00 

Ross, N. G 249 00 

Rothwell, A. T 125 00 

Rothwell, B 240 50 

Sanderson, Robt 213 00 

Shanks, R. P 206 00 

Sharman, Geo 232 00 

Shaw, Jno 275 00 

Shaw, P 194 00 

Shirreff, Benj 193 00 

Shoemaker, Elizabeth 155 00 

Simpson, Elizabeth M 149 00 

Simpson, Jessie A 297 Ofr 

Sinclair, A 187 00 

Sine, G. W 155 5^ 

Slavin, Annie 152 00 

Smith, David 167 50 

Smith, Jas 213 00 

Smith, A. B 278 50 

iSpafford, T. F 199 50 

Spillett, S 172 00 

iStevens, Edw. A 140 25 

Sutherland, Philip McK 107 00 

Telfer, Jno 61 50 

Terry, Robt. J 210 00 

Tilley, Jno. J 353 00 

Todd, Alex 150 00 

Tomilson, Jordan 212 00 

Treadgold, Carey 98 00 

Trovell, Wm., 139 50 

Tutt, Hanna E 251 50 

Vanderburgh, H 157 50 

Vanderwater, S 112 50 

Ward, Henry 220 00 

Ward, Edw 279 50 

Wark, Alex 323 00 

Washburn, S 107 00 

Waterson, Jno. A 160 50 

Watson, Alex. H 220 50 

Watts, Mrs. Mary 128 00 

Weatherston, Mary 157 00 

Wells, Elizabeth C 262 00 

White, James 288 50 

Wightman, Geo. E 244 50 

Wilkins, Elizabeth A 239 00 



142 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. • No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 

Superannuated Teachers.— Continued. 

Williams, D. L 188 50 Winterbottom, S. C 209 00 

Williams, Elizabeth A 290 00 Wright, A. W 155 50 

Wilson, A 92 00 Young, L. G 74 00 

Windsor, J. A 205 00 

Medical examination fees, printing, paper and contingencies ($48.14) 

Buchanan, J as., trav. expenses. 20 95 paper, 40c 2 09 

King's Printer, distribution, Reid, T. A., trav. expenses .... 25 10 

printing and binding, 1.69; 

Provincial University and Mining Schools. 
Purchase of Historical Papers for Education Department ($172.22) 

Toronto University, copies of King's Printer, distribution, 

.Historical Review 131 25 printing and binding, 32.65; 

paper, 8.32 40 97 

Unpaid accounts, Historical papers, 1911=1913 ($2,195.45) 

King's Printer, distribution, paper 2,195 45 

School of Mining, Kingston, Maintenance ($34,500.00) 

Treasurer, School of Mining, grant 34,500 00 

School of Mining, Kingston, Equipment ($7,500.00) 
Treasurer, School of Mining, grant 7,500 00 

Proportion of cost of Minister's report ($1,878.17) 

Figary P., photos 4 00 printing and binding, 1,087.27; 

King's' Printer, distribution, paper, 78*6.90 1,874 17 

High and Public School^Registers ($1,069.02) 

King's Printer, distribution, Mills, M., postage stamps 100 00 

printing and binding 969 02 

Purchase of text books ($11.39) 

Treasurer, County of York, grant 11 39 

Printing and supplying School Acts to Trustees ($188.51) 
King's Printer, distribution, printing and binding, 174.75; paper, 13.76 188 51 

Costs of Investigations (special law costs, etc.) ($500.00) 

Young, McGregor, legal service re Mackell vs. Ottawa Roman Catholic Separate 

School Board 500 00 

Exhibit at Canadian National Exhibition ($1,199.17) 

Art Metropole, cardboard 12 00 Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., brackets.. 1 59 

Banks, Geo. H., services prepar- Fenwick, Wm. H., cartage 96 65 

ing and arranging educational Figary, P., photos 4 50 

exhibit at 3.00 per diem • 102 00 Ford, Catherine, services at edu- 

Bird, V., meals of staff at exhibi- cational exhibit at 3.00 per 

tion 35 35 diem 35 00 

Can. Express Co., charges 22 34 Globe Printing Co., advertising 50 00 

C.P. iRy. Co., freight charges... 3 41 Hamilton, Percy, services pre« 

Davidson, Winnie, expenses dur- paring and arranging educa- 

ing demonstration 5 00 tional exhibit at 3.00 per diem 84 00 



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143 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Exhibit at Canadian National Exhibition.— Continued. 



Higgins, Thos., expenses during 

demonstration 5 00 

Kent, Ambrose, & Sons, badges 2 50 
Lester Storage & Cartage Co., 

cartage 17 75 

Macdonell, Marie P., meals for 

staff 22 50 

Mackenzie & Co., framing cards. 8 80 

Mail and Empire, advertising.. 50 00 

Mcllroy, S., cartage 75 

News Publishing Co., advertis- 
ing 50 00 

Pickering, S. J., signs 110 15 

Rankin & Co., excelsior 2 00 

Patterson, Clifford, expenses dur- 
ing demonstration 5 00 



Robertson, J. Ross, advertising. 

Stevenson, Muriel, expenses dur- 
ing demonstration 

Thompson, Jos. <E., premium on 
insurance policy 

Toronto Daily Star, advertising 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . . 

Toronto World, advertising 

Tulloch, Jas. E., rental of auto 
at 25.00 per week; 100.00; 
gasoline and oil, 20.18 

Turner, J. J., & ,Son, decorating 
Women's Building 

Women's C. T. Union, meals . . 



75 00 
5 00 

30 00 

50 0C 
10 00 
50 00 



120 18 

128 50 
4 20 



Fees for various Officials ($82.50) 



National Geographic Society. . . 



2 50 



Toronto Society of the Archaeo- 
logical Institute of America. . 



80 00 



Grant from Sale of Lands (60 Vic, Cap. 59, etc.) ($3,356.72) 
Toronto University, grant ' 3,356 72 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville. 



C. B. Coughlin, M.D. 
W. W. Boyce, M.D.: 
J. W. Pearce: 

B. A. Willoughby: 

D. R. Coleman: 
J. C. Balis: 

G. P. Stewart: 
W. J. Campbell: 
H. L. Ingram: 
T. A. Pratt: 
Sarah Templeton: 
F. Cross: 
I. Palen: 
Mary Bull: 
Sylvia C. Balis: 
Georgina Linn: 
Ada James: 
P. Campbell: 

C. Ford: 
N. Brown: 
M. Evoy: 

L. Deannard: 
C. Haynes: 

B. Riordan: 
S. \Nurse: 
M. Elliott: 
W. Nurse: 

C. J. Peppin: 

E. Doran: 

F. White : 

J. R. Shortill: 

J. N. Boyd: 
A. Morrice: 



Salaries ($33,714.62) 

Twelve months' salary as (Superintendent 2,400 00 

do Physician 750 00 

do Bursar 1,100 00 

do Matron 560 00 

do Teacher 1,200 00 

do do 1,000 00 

do do 1,300 00 

do do 1,300 00 

do do 1,150 00 

do do 8 £9 00 

••- ^ do do 750 00 

do do 700 00 

do do 750 00 

do do 400 00 

do do 700 00 

do do 604 00 

do do 450 00 

do do 650 00 

do * do 800 00 

do do 400 00 

do do 800 00 

do do 696 00 

do do 800 00 

do do 500 00 

One do do 49 50 

Twelve days' salary do 21 37 

Twelve months' salary Storekeeper 800 00 

do Engineer 800 00 

do Fireman and Watchman 420 00 

Ten do do do 320 00 

Twelve do Farmer and Agricultural 

Teacher 1,000 00 

do Baker 700 00 

do Shoemaker 650 00 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

Chas. R. Ford: Twelve months' salary as Printing Instructor 691 00 

N. C. Adams: Ten do Messenger 353 00 

W. S. Minns: Twelve do Supervisor of Boys 600 00 

W.Downey: Nine do do Girls 283 50 

M. Cameron: do Seamstress 212 90 

J. iMcBride: Twelve do Clerk and Stenographer 550 00 

P. Roberts: Two do Trained Nurse 67 00 

M. W. Parks: Twelve do Carpenter 700 00 

Geo. Carter: do Sewage Work 398 00 

A. L. Wainwright: Three do Teamster 92 00 

D. Lever: Nine do Teamster 277 00 

Clara Coombe: Ten do Trained Nurse 333 00 

Nicholas iStout: Two do Stoker 64 00 

F. White: do^ Messenger 72 00 

L. Reid: One do Supervisor of Girls 15 00 

Stella Gumming: One-and-half do do do 75 00 

Maude Hitchcox: One do Seamstress 2'5 00 

Cooks: . . . .- 218 71 

Assistant Cooks: 179 04 

Farm Labourers: 180 00 

Maids: . 1,716 50 

Laundresses: , 544 50 

Temporary Assistance : 357 60 

Nurses: 300 00 



Alexander & Cable, engraving 

and lithographing 

Allen, N., contract, coal, 37 tons 
at 7.49; 13 tons at 6.73; 844 
tons 145 lbs. at 4.50; 63 tons 

at 1.50 

Anderson, J. F., crab apples, 13 

bus. at 50c 

Anglesey, • J., frying pan, 2.00; 

tea kettle, 4.90 

Asselstine, A., livery hire 

Babcock, D., services, cleaning 

chimneys 

Bancroft Times, advertising 

Bell & iScannell, livery hire. . . . 
Bell Tel. Co., messages, 34.75; 

rent of instruments, 121.00; 

repairs, 90c 

Bellas, A., concrete floor, 4 sq. 

yds. at 75c 

Belleville Gas Co., gas 

Belleville Produce Co., corn, 1 

bus. at 1.75; millett 200 libs. 

at 4*4c; timothy, 25 lbs. at 

9c. 

Belleville Water Works, water. . 
Boyle, Geo., rhubarb, 30 doz. at 

50c.; potatoes, 25 bags at 90c; 

25 bags at 1.10, 215 bags at 

1.20, 22 bags at 1.25, 20 bags 

at 1.30, 44 bags at 1.50, 2 

bags at 2.00; wash tubs, 2 

at 1.50; lemons, 4 doz. at 40c; 

apples, 18 bus. at 90c, 1 bus. 

at 1.25, 1 bbl. at 3.00; nuts, 70 

lbs. at 17c, 60 lbs. at 18c, 100 



Expenses ($31,401.75) 

lbs. at 19c, 45 lbs. at 20c; 

20 09 oranges, 27 doz. at 27c, 33 doz. 

at 30c; cheese, 269 lbs. at 16c; 

corn meal, 2 bags at 2.65; 

haddie, 12 lbs. at 12%c; rolled 
4,257 42 oats, 47^ lbs. at 4c; cherries, 

1 basket at 1.00; cucumbers, 
6 50 4 bus. at 90c; sundries, 9.05; 

rubber rings, 6 gros. at 1.00; 

6 90 bacon, 16^ lbs. at 25c; bak- 

17 50 ing powder, 250 lbs. at 35c; 

candy, 215 lbs. at 13c; pump- 
8 00 kins, 12 at 10c; onions, 2 bags 

1 00 at 1.80; layer raisins, 3 boxes 

21 00 at 3.2>5; salt, 2 bbls. at 1.75; 

ham, 14 y 2 lbs. at 22c; rolled 

wheat, 57^ lbs. at 4c; berries, 

156 65 boxes, 75 at 8c, 100 at 10c, 

572 at 12c, 567 at 12%c, 195 

3 00 at 15c 958 71 

106 30 Briggs, Win., books 12 67 

Brosseau, J., freight and cartage 1 30 

Burpee, W. A., & Co., seeds 1 00 

Bursar, to pay sundries, 7.43; 
12 50 railway fares re removal of 

900 00 pupils, 99.50 106 93 

Campbell, P., trav. expenses 3 65 

Campbell, W. J., trav. expenses 7 65 

Can. Express Co., exp. charges 37 49 
Can. iNor. Express Co., charges 6 69 

Can. Office & School Furniture 
Co., Ltd., ink wells, S% doz. 
at 2.00; school supplies, 1.10. 17 77 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., messages 5 19 

Carey Phillip Co., paint, oils, etc 1 25 

Carter, W. J., electrical supplies 56 49 



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145 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



Central Prison Industries, 
brooms, 12 doz. at 4.00, 18 doz. 

at 4.2,5 

Champagne, Jas., freight and 

cartage 

Chisholm, C. F., & Son, honey, 

1,000 lbs. at 12c 

Clapp, Chas. S., cake, 6 lbs. at 

50c; ice cream, 25 qts. at 50c. 

Clapp, H. S., veterinary services 

Clark, Wm., contract, meat, 

4,316^ lbs. at 12c 

Clarke, F. C, drugs, chemicals, 

etc 

Clarke, H. J., services as literary 

examiner 

Clarke, W. IS., photos 

Cooper, R. B., flour, bags, 10 at 
2.40, 10 at 2.50, 10 at 2.60, 22 
at 2,70, 3 at 2.80, 1 at 2.90, 5 
at 3.00, 1 at 3.40; cracked feed, 
5,000 lbs. at 1.40 per 100; 
wheat, 49 bus. 4 lbs. at 65c, 30 
bus. at 1.15, 25 bus. at 1.20; 
corn, 20 bus. at 95c; 
shorts, 1,000 lbs. at 1.55; buck- 
wheat, 10 bus. at 80c; oats, 
225 bus. at 47c, 125 bus. at 
48c, 50 bus. 30 lbs. at 65c; 
bran, 2,000 lbs. at 1.15, 1,100 
lbs. at 1.20, 1,000 lbs. at 1.35; 
poultry feed, 500 lbs. at 1,32, 

1,500 lbs. at 1.35 

Corby, H., Distillery Co., Ltd., 
potatoes, 72 bags 20 lbs. at 1.00 
Coughlin, Dr. C. B., trav. expns. 
Cretney, Jas. F., blacksmithing 
Diamond, F. D., inspection of 

scales 

Diamond, L., trav. expenses 

Dickens, A. W., confectionery. . 

Dickens, E. F., & Son, cream, 

45 qts. at 40c; ice cream, 4 

bricks at 50c 

Dom. Express Co., exp. charges 
Doolittle, W. B., repairs to tele- 
phone system 

Downey Coal Co., 97 tons 50 libs, 
at 6.75, 20 tons 550 lbs. at 3.78, 

815 tons at 3.45 

Doyle, J. V., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 

Dunlop's, flowers 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., aprons, 4 at 

75c 

Educational Pub. Co., Ltd., sub- 
scription to Canadian Teacher, 

1.25; books, etc., 5.20 

Elcome, E., stuffing and mount- 
ing birds 

Evoy, M. A., trav. expenses 

Fairfield, H. E., carrots, 15 fous. 
at &5c; onions, 1 bag at 2.00; 
10 P.A. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

lard, 320 lbs. at 15c; oranges, 

5 doz. at 50c, 5 doz. at 40c; 

124 50 evaporated apples, 50 lbs. at 

lie; corn meal, 100 lbs. at 

7 20 2.50; pineapples, 36 at 12c, 4 

at 12%c; raisins, 28 lbs. at 

120 00 12c; barley, 2 bus. at 1.00; 

timothy seed, 1 bus. at 4.75; 

15 50 parsnips, 12 bus. at 65c; 

11 00 beans, 3 bus. at 2.75; salt, 1 

bbl. at 2.00, 1 bbl. at 1.60; 

517 98 bacon, 9% lbs. at 23c, 22% lbs. 

at 25c; shoe polish, 4 doz. 

78 20 at 1.10; ham, 14 lbs. at 25c; 

molasses, 5 gals, at 40c; sun- 

75 00 dries, 13.90; potatoes, 25 bags 

3 90 at 1.00 ... 163 57 

Farm Exchange, milk, 40,692 

qts. at 3c 1,220 76 

Farm Press, Ltd., subscription 

to the Canadian Farm 1 00 

Fay, E. A., books 46 00 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 185% 

lbs. at 30c 55 65 

Fletcher Mfg. Co., Ltd., pans, 2 
at 1.75; icing tubes, 1 set at 

3.00; sundries, 1.00 7 50 

Flindall, W. L., apples, 2H bbls. 

at 2.25 47 25 

Ford, C, trav. expenses 45 15 

Ford, F. D., sharpening tools . . 6 27 

Foster ' c - B » contract, filling 

648 41 ice house •. 125 00 

00 Forward, H. F., tobacco stems, 

It *l 101 M>s. at 2c 2 02 

J* fl Frappier, E., wiring chairs, 108 

11 6i> at 15c 16 20 

„ -« Geen, Albert L., subscriptions 

- Rn to sundry magazines, 40.50; 

^ ™ stationery, 139.51 180 01 

6 uu Globe Printing Co., advertising 4 48 

Gooderham & Worts, Ltd., spirit 
20 00 grain, 5 tons at 20.00 • 100 00 

2 95 Gorman, S. R., laces, 1 doz 1 75 

Graham Co., Ltd., maple syrup, 
oq oc 5 gals, at 1.25, 36 gals, at 1.35 54 85 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 41 26 

G. iN. W. Tel. Co., messages 9 C5 

3 562 22 Green & Co., contract, meat, 

26,067% lbs at 1234c; sausage, 

74 62 49 ^ libs - at 15c -> tongue, 13 

20 00 lDS - at 15c 3 > 333 u 

Greenleaf & Son, repairs to 

3 00 implements 9 75 

Gunn, Donald, hay, 4 tons 1,450 

lbs. at 15.00 • 70 88 

6 45 Hamilton Herald, advertising. . 13 75 
Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
80 supplies 9 25 

21 50 Hendry, G. iM., Co., Ltd., school 

supplies 35 13 

Howie, W M., livery hire 1 25 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for. the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



Huffman & Bunnett, alfalfa, 9 
tons 1,206 lbs. at 17.00; clover, 
4 tons 1,736 los. at 15.00 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., contract, flour, 
190 bbls. at 4.50 

Hydro-Electric iPower Commis- 
sion, laco lamps, 100 at 28.10, 
100 at 26.00 

Imperial Oil Co., gasoline, 60 
gals, at 17 Msc, 50 gals, at 18 y 2 c. 

Ingram, H. L., trav. expenses. . . 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 

Intelligencer, The, printing, 8.50; 
advertising, 37.26; subscrip- 
tion, 2 copies, 6.00 

International Railway Pub. Co., 
subscription to Railway Guide 

Jackson, Jas., blacksmithing 

James, A., trav. expenses • 

James, F. T., Co., -Ltd., fish, 242 
lbs. at 8MsC, 125 lbs. at 9c, 
68>6y 2 lbs. at 10c, 122 lbs. at 
12c; boxes, 2.20 

Jennings & (Sherry, school sup- 
plies 

Johnson, F., livery hire 

Jones, T. iByron, Repairs to 
boilers 

Kellogg, 'E. H., & Co., paint, oils, 
etc 

Ketcheson & GEarle, cotton, 40 
yds. at 12%c, 16 yds. at 15c; 
blinds, 10 at 1.3<2; napkins, 3 
doz. at 4.00; tape, 4 doz. at 
60c; thimbles, 1 gro. at 2.00; 
denim, 6 yds. at 25c ; sundries, 
6.65; table linen, 7 yds. at 
1.25; embroidery linen, 10 yds. 
at 55c; thread, 6 doz. at 50c;' 
elastic 24 yds. at 10c 

Kincaid, S. iR., potatoes, 3 bags 
47 lbs. at 1.00 

King's Printer, distribution 
stationery 

La-Lo Mfg. Co., Ltd., La4Lo 
spray, 48 gals, at 1.00; sprayer, 
8.00 

Lambert, W. L., livery hire 

Legare, H. G, silver polish, 10 
lbs. at 20c • 

Lewis, John, & Co., Ltd., force 
cup, 1 at 1.25; bibbs, 6 at 1.25, 
2 at 1.50; funnels, 2 at 75c; 
washers, 1 gro. at 2.25; pails, 
2 at 1.00, 1 at 1.50; repairs to 
range, 13.80; kettles 3 at 1.75; 
plumbing repairs, 43.71; iron 
hardware, etc., 33.92; drip 
pans, 4 at 1.00; repairs to 
utensils, 4.80; mop wringer, 1 
at 2.00; dust pan, 1 at 1.50; 
pan, 1 at 1.60; oil drip pans, 
5 at 70c • 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Lewis, T. G, pears, 10 bus. at 

1.00; wheat, 66^4 bus. at 90c; 

236 27 apples, 4 bbls. at 1.40; services 

of man and team, seeding, iy 2 

855 00 days at 4.00 81 23 

Lloyd, iS, W., turnips, 25 bus. at 
34c; potatoes, 13 % bags at 

54 10 1.00 . . 21 83 

Lugsdin, Herbert L., toilet paper,. 

19 75 10 cases at 7.00 70 00 

24 55 Mail and Empire, advertising. . . 21 03 

21 19 Malyea, Jas., repairs to flagpole 4 00 

Marmora Herald, advertising. . . 1 00 

Marshall, O. A., dental services. 26 50 

51 76 Matthews-tBlackwell, Ltd., lard, 

377 lbs. at 13%c 51 84 

2 00 Meyer Bros., laundry supplies.. 149 24 

11 25 Morton, G. A., blacksmithing. . 12 20 

1 20 Morton & Herity, advertising, 

8.25; subscription to Daily 
Ontario, 2 copies (3 years), 

18.00 • 26 25 

117 31 McCormick, R., printing photo- 
graphs 3 17 

2 20 McCoy, R., livery hire 63 75 

1 00 McFee, Angus, repairing clocks, 

etc 1 35 

6 75 McKeen, Francis, books 5 00 

McKeown, J. IS., drugs, chemi- 

32 40 cals, etc 62 85 

News Pub. Co., Ltd., advertising 33 00 
Ontario Institution for the Blind, 

school supplies 1 33 

Ontario iSoap & Oil Co., metal 

polish, 5 gals, at 1.25, can 50c 6 75 

Owens, Jas., stabling privileges. 15 00 

Page, Geo., Christmas trees 1 00 

Panter, John, & Son, cherries, 

240 boxes at 7%c; ham, 11% 
64 80 Dbs. at 24c, 45y 2 lbs. at 23c, 

61% lbs. at 22c, 15 lbs. at 20c, 

3 50 91 lbs. at 18%c; mustard, 4 

lbs. at 25c; pails, 6 at 30c; 

39 75 cheese, lbs., 5 9-16 at 18c; 96 

at 17y 2 c, 44 at 16y 2 c, 303 at 
15y 2 c, 43 at 15c, 82 at 14c; 

56 00 lard, 40 lbs. at 15%c, 200 lbs. 

12 00 at 15%c; ground ginger, 5 lbs. 

at 30c; apples, 3 bbls. at 3.50, 

2 00 10 bbls. at 2,30, 2 bus. at 1.10; 

chicken, 5 pr. at 1.25; onions, 
75 lbs. at 4%c; sundries, 
21.98; bacon, 66 5-16 lbs. at 
24c, 114 3-16 lbs. at 23c, 10^ 
lbs. at 22c; vinegar, 30 gals, 
at 23c; lemons, 6 doz. at 30c; 
salt, 1 Ibbl. at 1.60; grapes, 16 
bus. at 38c, 16 bus. at 32^0.; 
pepper, 5 lbs. at 25c; corn 
meal, 1 bag at 3.00, 1 bag at 
2.60, 3 bags at 2.50; beans, 107 
lbs. at 4y>c; eggs, 60 doz. at 
133 08 22c 361 89 



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EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



Pearce, J. W., trav. expenses. . . 

Peck & Wills, lumber 

Perry, Geo., rubber stamps ..... 

Postmaster, postage stamps 

Pratt, T. A., trav. expenses 

Prov. Paper (Mills Co., Ltd., 
paper, 2,515 lbs. at 5%c 

Pyne, Dr. A. R., analysis of flour 

Reid, Lizzie, trav. expenses .... 

Rennie, Wm, Co., Ltd., seeds.. 

Ritchie Co., Ltd., linen, 2 yds. at ' 
60c, 12 yds. at 12%c; cotton, 
yds., 23 at 18c, 30 at 15c, 12 
at 12y 2 c, 136 at 10c, 121 at 
5c.-; duck coats, 24 at 1.50; 
duck pants, 4 pr. at 1.25; flan- 
nelette, 10 yds. at 12%c; ging- 
ham, 6 yds. at 20c; elastic, 
lMs gro. at 5.40, 5-6 gro. at 
11.50; lawn, 15 yds. at 23c; 
braid, 72 yds. at 5c; shirts, 12 
at 1.00; cord, 54 yds. at 5c; 
laying carpet, 11.50; table 
linen, 135 yds. at 45c; towel- 
ling, 72 yds. at 17c; linoleum, 
31% yds. at 1.00; sundries, 
10.62; overalls, 13 prs. at 1.00; 
smocks, 7 at 1.00 ; mitts, 6 prs. 
at 25c; sheeting, 15 yds. at 
30c; dress goods, yds., 2 at 
2.00, 2 at 95c, 4 at 90c, 2 at 
75c; madras, 5 yds. at 25c; 
suit, 1 at 4.50; blouses, 2 at 
50c; denim, 7 yds. at 35c; 
blankets, 11 prs. at 3,40, 11 prs. 
at 3.27%; crash, 292 yds. at 
15c, 49 yds. at 12c; buck, 225 
yds. at 37c; laying linoleum, 
2.20 

Rochester Germicide Co., inc., 
disinfectant, 28 gals, at 2.00; 
paper towelling, 3 cases at 
10.00; holders, 3 at 50c 

Ruttan, Fred., freight and cart- 
age 

Sanford, B. A., fish, lbs., 14% 
at 15c, 249% at 13c, 12 at 12c 

Schuster Co., Ltd., lumber 

Scott, K. IB., trav. expenses 

Sharpe & IHart, repairs to build- 
ings 

Short Bros., livery hire 

Sills, Arthur A., repairs to fur- 
niture 

Sinclair, ID. V., tape, 96 yds. at 
5c; paper bodkins, 36 at 5c; 
spools, 4 doz. at 60c; dress 
goods, 2 yds. at 1.50; sateen, 
6 yds. at 1.20; scarf, 1 at 1.00; 
crepe, 5 yds. at 25c; sundries, 
6.28; thimbles, 60 at 5c; cot- 
ton, 16 yds. at 12V 2 c, 10 yds. 
at 10c;. buttons, 12 doz. at 20c, 



Expenses. — Continued. 

7 35 6 doz. at 40c; lawn, 12 yds. 
265 81 at 18c •. 34 69 

1 15 Singer ISewing Machine Co., Ltd., 

114 00 repairing sewing machines... 11 45 

1 53 Sloan, John & Co., rice, 1 bag 

at 3.50, 100 lbs. at 5c; salmon, 

138 33 12 doz. at 2.50, 20 doz. at 

6 50 2.37y 2 , 20 doz. at 2.07%, 8 doz. 

1 45 at 2.00; tapioca, 100 lbs. at 

10 51 5%c; cocoa, 96 lbs. at 39c; 

sapolio, 1 case at 2.85; syrup, 
3,405 lbs. at 3%c; washing 
blue, 12 lbs. at 17c; molasses, 
30% gals, at 33c; salt, 1 bbl. 
at 3.00, 2 bbls. at 2.85; rolled 
oats, 6 bbls. at 4,85, 2 bbls. at 
4.75; cream of wheat, 1 case at 
5.75; canned vegetables, 4 doz. 
at 80c, 4 doz. at 85c, 12 doz. 
at 95c, 12 doz. at 1.00; 611- 
lett's lye, 2 cases at 3.50; sun- 
dries, 10.24; corn starch, 240 
lbs. at T%c; gelatine, 6 doz. at 
1.15; sugar, lbs., 1,500 at 4.60, 
1,500 at 4.50, 1,000 at 4.31, 
3,000 at 4.21, 100 at 4.20, 100 at 
4.10, 100 at 3.81; bon-ami, 3 
doz. at 1.19; vinegar, 61 gals, 
at 25c; ammonia, 2 cases at 
2.50, 1 case at 2.40; currants, 
84 lbs. at T%c; prunes, 50 lbs. 
at 12c, 225 lbs. at ll%c; cod- 
fish, 48 lbs. at 7c; evaporated 
peaches, 50 lbs. at ll%c, 100 
lbs. at 8c; pepper, 25 lbs. at 
27c; tea, 25 lbs. at 25c, 50 lbs. 

at 24c 878 71 

Smith Hardware Co, snow 
501 83 shovels, 1 doz. at 3.50; nails, 4 

kegs at 2.75; pails, 4 at 50c; 
springs, 6 at 25c; drawer 
pulls, 3 doz. at 35c ; sash cord, 
87 50 10 lbs. at 40c; iron hardware, 

etc., 19.57; paint, oils, etc., 

1 55 8 -°°; repairs to building, 

24.40; paring knives, 6 at 25c; 

36 05 curtain stretchers, 2.00 78 52 

23 80 Spectator Printing Co., Ltd., ad- 

75 vertising 13 75 

Sprague, E. C., cleaning clothes, 
10 80 etc 12 30 

2 25 Sprague, Mark, turkeys, 421 

lbs. at 22c 92 62 

6 00 Standard Printing & Pub. Co., 

Ltd.. advertising 27 50 

Stewart, G. F.. trav. expenses 20 25 
Sulman, C. N., wall paper, 23.61; 
brushes, 2 doz. at 2.75, 3 doz. 
at 1.50; cups and saucers, 1 
doz. at 1.75, 9 doz. at 95c, 5 
doz. at 90c. 10 doz. at 60c; 
clothes baskets, 10 at 1.00; 

spoons, 1 doz. at 4.00; jars, 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



10 doz. at 1.20, 12 doz. at 1.10, 
20 doz. at 95c; soap, 132 lbs. 
at 8c, 2,588 lbs. at 7%c, 38 
boxes at 4.20, 4 boxes at 
3.7'5, 2 (boxes at 3.00; glass 
dishes, 2 doz. at 1.20; plates, 

1 5-12 doz. at 1.40; cedar 
mops, 10 at 15c; Gillett's lye, 

2 cases at 3.75, 32 doz. at 1.00; 
bowls, 2 doz. at 3.00; pins, 4 
doz. sheets at 55c; sundries, 
66.79; stationery, 329.80; pit- 
chers, 2 at 60c; glasses, 4 doz. 
at 2.25; baskets, 3 at 45c; 
slated cloth, 10 yds. at 1.50; 
silks, 88 spools at 5c; mir- 
rors, 24 at 25c; combs, 1 doz. 
at 1.44; flower pots, 200 at 
1.50, 100 at 2.00, 12 at 25c; 
toilet paper, 3 cases at 7.20; 
scollops, 2 doz. at 3.00; hockey 
sticks, 6 at 50c; dolls, 2 at 
75c, 4 at 60c, 6 at 50c; laces, 

1 gro. at 1.10, 1 gro. at 1.00; 3 
gro. at 90c, 1% gro. at 75c; 
tooth brushes, 2 doz. at 1.25; 
base balls, 4 at 1.25; footballs, 

2 at 5.00; flags, 2 doz. at 2.50, 
2 doz. at 1.00, "20 doz. at 50c, 
5 doz. at 30c; ammonia 
powder, 3 doz. at 90c; base 
ball bat, 1 at 1.00; base ball 
gloves, 4 at 1.25, 2 at 75c; 
catcher's mitt, 1 at 5.00; 
moulding, 48 ft. at 10c, 106 
ft. at 4c; rubber rings, 48 

doz. at 10c 1,102 92 

Sundry Newspapers, advertis- 
ing re fuel 29 50 

Thompson Bros., bacon, 8% lbs. 
at 26c, 22 5-16 lbs. at 28c; 
cheese, 85% lbs. at 20c, 47% 
lbs. at 19c; split peas, 25 
lbs., at 5c; oranges, Zy 2 doz. 
at 50c, 6% doz. at 40c; 
sundries, 4.75; barley, 25 lbs. 
at 6c; grapes, 16 bus. at 30c; 
cream of tartar, 5 lbs. at 80c 55 17 
Tickell & Sons, Co., repairs to 
furniture, 187.50; curled hair, 

15 lbs. at 60c 196 50 

Tissot Picture Society, school 

supplies 7 02 

Trenton Electric & "Water Co., 

Ltd., electric current 960 72 

Tweed News, advertising 2 00 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 

oils, fiftc 51 33 

Vallance, W. R., laundrying . . 34 14 
Vernon, H., & Son, city direc- 
tory, 1 copy 2 50 



Volta Bureau, subscription to 
the Volta Review, 3 copies, 
6.00; subscription to the 
Volta Magazine, 2.00 8 00 

Walker Foundry, repairs to im- 
plements, etc 81 21 

Walker, J. W., glass, 46.25; iron 
hardware, etc:, 60.47; paint, 
oils, etc, 29.10; horse blan- 
kets, 2 pr. at 9.00; roofing, 
9 rolls at 3.25; sash cord, %y 2 
lbs. at 40c; putty, 50 lbs. at 
4c; palmetto packing, 3 13-16 
lbs. at 1.50, 2 lbs. at 1.35; 
netting, yards: 8 at 25c, 20 
at 20c, 50 at 10c; rules, 1 
doz. at 1.50; try squares, 6 
at 35c; steel squares, 1 at 
1.25; ensilage fork, l at 1.75; 
gauge glasses, 1 doz. at 1.20; 
hinges, 12 prs. at 25c, 8 prs. 
at 20c, 18 prs. at 15c; leather 
belting, 40 ft. at 38c; ex- 
pansive bit, 1 at 1.25; horse 
boots, 1 pr. at 5.25; flake gra- 
phite, 5 lbs. at 30c; wire 
screen, 1 roll at 5.50; rope, 
22 lbs. at 20c ; locks, 2 at 1.50, 
4 at 60c; rim locks, 1 doz. 
at 3.60; rim knobs, 1 doz. at 
1.20; scoops, 2 at 90c; hose, 
50 ft. at 20c, 50 ft. at 15c; 
screen door, 1 at 2.00; tarred 
felt, 101 lbs. at 3c; keys, 2 
doz. at 1.25, 5 doz. at 40c; 
block planes, 2 at 1.00; whip, 
1 at 1.50; drill, 1 at 
2.00; glue, 2 pts. at 50c; 
hockey sticks, % doz. 
at 5.00; paint brushes, 1 at 
1.50, 2 at 75c, 10 at 35c; 
belt laces, 1 lb. at 1.25, 5 lbs. 
at 1.10; lawn mower, 1 at 4.50; 
door clamps, 4 at 2.00; rakes, 
4 at 75c, 4 at 25c; steel num- 
bers, 1 set at 1.00; nails, 1 
keg at 3.50, 2 kegs at 2.75; 
hoes, 3 at 50c; lock strikes, 
48 at 17%c; metallic tape, 
100 ft. at 3^c; coach screws, 
100 at 2.50, 150 at 2.00; brass 
screws, 1 gro. at 2.50, 1 gro. 
at 2.00; knives, 5 doz. at 
2.00; trunk keys, 12 doz. at 
45c, 8 doz. at 75c; metal 
lath, 260 sq. at l^c; binder 
twine, 25 lbs. at 14y 2 c 393 6& 

Wallbridge & Clarke, tea, 232 
lbs. at 39c, 25 lbs. at 27c, 122 
lbs. at 26c; pepper, 5 lbs. at 
35c; biscuits, 1,149 lbs. at 



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149 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued, 



Expenses.— Continued. 






9^c; cream of wheat, 1 case 
at 6.35; mop handles, 6 at 
20c; bacon, 3 2-16 lbs. at 28c, 
47 11-16 lbs. at 27c, 20% lbs. 
at 26c; mustard, 24 lbs. at 
44c; canned vegetables, 2 
doz. at 1.00; cider, 6 gal. at 
35c; raisins, 28 lbs. at 12 y 2 c; 
sugar, 100 lbs. at 4.35; ham, 
9 2-16 at 25c; cocoa, 48 lbs. 
at 39c; pineapples, 5 at 25c; 
sundries, 73.94; coffee, 4 lbs. 
at 40c, 410 lbs. at 32c; 
cornflakes, 3^ doz. pkgs. at 
1.00; water melons, 2 doz. at 
1.50; wash boards, 6 at 25c; 
cheese, 84 lbs. at 16c; grapes, 
16 bus. at 30c, 16 bus. at 35c; 
oranges, isy 2 doz. at 50c, 15 
doz. at 40c, 18 doz. at 35c; 
shelled almonds, 5 lbs. at 50c; 
mixed spice, 3 lbs. 40c; 
cranberries, 50 lbs. at 13*£c; 
prunes, 100 lbs. at lie; soap, 
4 cases at 4.25; oysters, 6 
. qts. at 60c; macaroni, 12 
pkgs. at lie 613 52 

Wallace, Jas., & Co., cherries, 
20 bus. at 90c; plums, 31 bus. 
at 75c; bread, 75 loaves at 
10c; peaches, 20 bus. at 
1.50; pears, 30 bus. at 75c. 105 75 

Walmsley, .1. E., Co., Ltd., tea, 
55 lbs. at 28c, 160 lbs. at 
26c, 180 lbs. at 24c; fly paper, 

1 case, 3.50; rolled oats, 4 
bbls. at 4.75, 3 bbls. at 5.00, 

2 bbls. at 6.50, 2 bbls. at 6.60; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 6y 2 c, 100 
lbs. at 7c; old dutch cleanser, 
2 oases at 3.60; canned vege- 
tables, 32 doz. at 80c, 28 doz. 
at 90c, 12 doz. at 95c, 12 doz. 
at 97y 2 c, 12 doz. at 1.00; 



matches, 1 case at 3.00; syrup, 
1 case at 2.65, 2 cases at 2.70, 
4,571 lbs. at 3%c, 1,863 lbs. 
at 4c; pepper, 25 lbs. at 24c, 
25 lbs. at 20c; currants, 100 
lbs. at 8c; rice, 100 lbs. at 
4c, 100 lbs. at 6c; prunes, 
125 lbs. at 10c; corn starch, 
80 lbs. at 7MjC, 40 lbs. at 
7%c; lye, 4 cases at 3.60; 
evaporated apples, 50 lbs. at 
10c; vinegar, 94 gals, at 25c; 
sundries, 21.00; soap, 6 boxes 
at 4.15, 6 boxes at 4.00; mol- 
asses, 47' gals, at 40c; sugar, 
1,500 lbs. at 4.31 per 100 lbs., 
3,000 lbs. at 4.41, 2,500 lbs. at 
4.50, 3,000 lbs. at 4.51, 100 lbs. 
at 5.41, 1,000 lbs. at 5.81, 1,500 
lbs. at 6.31, 1,500 lbs. at 6.81; 
snredded wheat biscuit, 1 
case at 3.60; canned salmon, 
12 doz. at 1.90, 32 doz. at 
1.97%, 16 doz. at 2,20, 40 doz. 
at 2.55; coffee, 12 lbs. at 35c, 
50 lbs. at 32c; gelatine, 2 doz. 
at 1.20; blacking, 4 doz. at 
90c; raisins, 84 lbs. at 7c, 
28 lbs. at 10c; washing blue, 
12 lbs. at 20c; salt, 2 bbls. 
at 3.00; cornflakes, 2 cases at 
2.85; ammonia, 3 cases at 
2.70; bon-ami, 1 case at 3.60; 
wyandotte soda, 1 ibbl. at 8.50; 
mustard, 24 lbs. at 24c 1,726 15 

Warwick Bros., & Rutter, sta- 
tionery 252 65 

Waters, D. M., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 222 01 

Weekly Sun, advertising 5 00 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, 
butter, 8,439 lbs. at 30c, 45 
lbs. at 28c 2,544 30 



Furniture, furnishings, etc. ($536.81) 



Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., 
Ltd., fire hose, 200 ft. at 55c; 
play pipe, 5.50 115 50 

Lewis, John, & Co., Ltd., hose, 
200 ft. at 20c; sprayers, 4 at 
75c; sundries, 1.20 44 20 

Ritchie Co., Ltd., bunting, 438 
yds. at 6c; cheese cloth, 216 
yds. at 5c; festoon drape, 
20.00; sundries, 1.00 58 08 



Smith Hardware Co., gas ranges, 

1 at 35.00, 1 at 32.00; connect- 
ing, rings, etc., 16.82; vacuum 
cleaner, 43.00 

Sulman, C. N., crockery, glass- 
ware, etc 

Wills, T. F., sewing machines, 

2 at 23.04; machine supplies, 
4.30 



126 82 



141 83 



50 38 



Bedding-, sheeting- and towelling ($280.73) 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., sheeting 



280 73 



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PUBI+LC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Deaf and Dumb, Belleville.— Continued. 

Lumber for boys to make tables, seats, etc. ($207.56) 

Pringle Co., The, lumber 



Lumber, hardware, plaster, oil, etc., for buildings generally ($445.88) 



Brandram - Henderson, (Ltd., 

paints, oils, etc 75 00 

Cooke & Boulton, paint, oils, etc. 42 25 
Gardner, Chas. A., electrical 
supplies 15 00 



Geen, Albert L., paint, oils, etc. 

McClung, S. B., & Co., iron, hard- 
ware, etc. 

Walker, J. W., iron, hardware, 
ware, glass, etc 



207 56 

134 95 
70 75 

107 93 



Wages of extra carpenters, painters, and plasterers ($498.14) 

Pay lists, wages of carpenters and painters 



498 14 



Unpaid Accounts. 1912-13 ($1,855.66) 



Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments 

Belleville Cemetery, care of plot 

Boyce, W. W., trav. expenses. . . 

Brown, Nina, trav. expenses . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

C.P.R. Co's Telegraph, messages 

Clarke, Wm, meat, 3,013 lbs. at 
12c 

Cook, David C, Pub. Co., peri- 
odicals 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Duckworth, J., repairs to vehicles 

Educational Pub. Co., Ltd., sub- 
scriptions sundry magazines. 

Fairfield, iH. E., salt, 1 bbl 

Farm Exchange, milk, 4,284 qts. 
at 3c 

Geen, A. L., iron, hardware, 
paints, etc 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

Greenleaf & .Son, repairs to im- 
plements, etc 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., flour, 50 bbls. 
at 4.60 

Hydro-Electric System, electrical 
supplies 



30 


25 


1 


00 


33 


90 


4 


30 


6 


67 


2 


72 


361 


56 


55 


7S 




60 


13 


00 


8 


10 


1 


50 


128 


52 


63 


02 


1 


36 


25 


10 


230 


00 


29 


70 



Intelligencer, The, advertising. . 

James, F. T., & Co., Ltd., fish, 
491 lbs. at 10c; boxes, 1.20 .. 

Lewis, J., & Co., (Ltd., plumbing 
repairs, 87.71; iron, hardware, 
etc.; 182.48 

Morton & Herity, advertising. . 

MoFee, Angus, repairing clocks, 
etc., 4.75; prizes for pupils, 
7.00 

Pratt, T. A., trav. expenses 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 

Roblin, J., gasoline, 5 gals, at 
30c 

Schuster Co., Ltd., lumber 

Scott, K. B., temporary assist- 
ance, 1 month 

(Sinclairs, table linen, 109% yds. 
at 45c; towelling, 35 yds. at 
10c, 100 yds. at 18c, 225 yds. 
at 15c, 25 yds. at 50c; tape, 
10 doz. yds. at 60c 

Sloan, John, & Co., sugar, 1,500 
lbs. at 4.40 cwt 

Willard & Co., Ltd., butter, 896 
lbs. at 30c 



1 


75 


50 


30 


270 
1 


19 
75 


11 

1 
5 


75 
35 
00 


1 
14 


50 
10 



25 00 

141 14 

6* 00 

268 SO 



Institution for the Blind, Brantford 



Salaries ($24,227.41) 

H. F. Gardiner, M.A.: Twelve months' salary as Principal 2,400 00 

W. B. Wickens: do Assistant Principal 1,400 00 

J. A. Marquis: do Physician 500 00 

G. H. Ryerson: do Bursar 1,300 00 

M. E. Sitewart: do Matron 600 00 

C. P. Kavanagh: do Teacher 600 00 

J. E. Ronan: Two do do 125 00 

D. Radcliffe: Ten do do 459 00 

Jos. M. Maloney : do do 625 00 

E. A. Harrington : Twelve do do 600 00 

M. Middlemiss: do do 500 00 

L. H. Haycock: do do 500 00 

Ella Cooper: do do 500 00 

H.Burke: Ten do do 180 00 

Thos. S. Usher: Twelve do do 600 00 



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151 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



A. Ostler: 

Ethel iSmyth: 

W. N. Andrews: 

W. B. Donkin: 

D. T. Green: 

M. J. Cronk: 

Geo. B. Lambden: 

J. B. Wilson: 

J. McDonald: 

Chas. F. Lewis: 

David Williits: 

A. C. Jackson: 

Adam Book: 

Geo. Grierson: 

Robert Quillie: 

Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Nurses: 

Temporary Assistance: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

Nine months' salary as Teacher 450 00 

Twelve do do 600 00 

do Musical Director 1,300 00 

do Trades Instructor ._. . . 1,000 00 

do Supervisor of Boys 600 00 

Nine do Visitors' Attendant 225 00 

Twelve do Carpenter and Instructor .... 900 00 

do Engineer 750 00 

do Assistant Engineer 675 00 

do Fireman and Farm Hand . . . 550 GO 

do Farmer and Gardener 550 00 

do Teamster 425 00 

do Porter and Messenger 300 00 

do Baker 500 00 

do Night Watchman 500 00 

do 415 03 

1,828 50 

635 70 

679 65 

454 53 



Agnew, John, shoe laces, 1 gro. 
at 90c, 1 gro. at 85c, 1 gro. at 
75c; shoe polish, 1 doz. at 
1.80; sundries, 1.35 

Allen, Mrs., services cleaning, 
at 1.00 per diem 

American Association of In- 
structors of the blind, books. . 

American .Bead Co., beads .... 

American Bible Society, books. 

American Laundry Machinery 
Co., duck, 9 yds. at 46c 

American Printing House for 
the Blind, school supplies .... 

Annual (Review Pub. Co., Ltd., 
subscriptions to Canadian 
Annual Review of public 
affairs 

Ballantyne, A., scissors, 1 pr. at 
40c, 1 pr. at 1.00 

Ballantyne, iR. fG., & Son, paint- 
ing and decorating 

Ballantyne, R. H., plumbing re- 
pairs 

Barron, H., milk, 509 qts. at 6c 

Bartle, Jesse, lumber, 36.25; re- 
pairs to buildings, 244.18 

Bell, Dr. B. C, medical services 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
13.15; rent of instruments, 
123.08 

Bier, Chas. R., plants 

Bishop, John, & Son, hose, 225 
ft. at 18c; binder twine, 20 
lbs. at 12c; methylated 
spirits, 5 gals, at 1.50; sun- 
dries, 50c 

Bloxham/'F. C, ham, 15 lbs. at 
23c 



Expenses ($19,199.17) 

Brant. Ave. Methodist Church, 

pupils' sittings 76 00 

Brantford, City of, lighting 

5 65 grounds 196 00 

Brantford Courier, advertising, 

4 25 50.92; printing, 80.95 131 87 

Brantford Gas €o., gas 102 65 

8 00 Brantford General Hospital, 

129 45 C are of pupils 107 50 

31 50 Brantford & Hamilton Electric 

Ry., freight charges 2 59 

4 i4 Brantford Hydro-Electric Sys- 
tem, electric current 30 65 

25 00 Brantford Street Ry., car tickets 8 00 
Brantford Water Works, water 
rates, 450.85; rent of hy- 
drants, 160.00 610 85 

Bremner Bros., repairs to 
1 .. vehicles 31 10 

1 4L Britnell, Albert, books 44 50 

,„ <m Brown, Geo. A., piano-makers' 

457 6i tools 11 05 

164 O0 Burpee, W. A., seeds 3 03 

3 q pj 4 Burrows, J. T., filling and pack- 
ing ice house 130 00 

ogn ao Bursar, to pay sundries, 14.85; 

64 o trav. expenses, 22.20 37 05 

Cameron, Cecil A. C, drugs, 

chemicals, etc 92 75 

136 23 Campbell Bros., plants, etc 5 70 

2 00 Canada Customs, duty charges. 31 19 

Can. Express Co., charges 24 62 

Canadian Office & (School Furni- 
ture Co., school furnishings.. 74 52 
C.P.R. Co.'s Telegraph, messages 1 33 
50 90 Canadian Teacher, subscription 6 40 
Carson, Chas., fish, 34^ lbs. at 

3 45 12c, 1,4061/2 lbs. at 13c 197 37 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Blind, Brantford. — Continued. 



Caudwell & Beckett, wool, 26 oz. 
at 7c, 36 oz. at 8c, 15 oz. at 
10c, 1 lb. at 1.50; sundries, 
5.78 . . . 

Caulbeck, A., sugar, 200 lbs. at 
4.30, 302 lbs. at 4.50; soap, 4 
boxes at 2.75, 1 box at 2.80; 
rolled oats, 1 bag at 2.50: 
baskets, 6 at 23c, 6 at 28c 
bon ami, 1 doz. at 1.32; starch, 
100 lbs. at 8'%c; canned sal- 
mon, 4 doz. at 2.40; old dutch 
cleanser, 1 case at 3.85, 1 case 
at 4.00; eggs, 10 doz. at 23c, 
10 doz. at 24c 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms, 2 doz. at 4.25, 2 doz at 
4.75, 1 doz. at 4.50, 1 doz. at 
4.00 

Clifford, C. J., couch 

Cockshutt Plow Co., Ltd., plow. . 

Collins, <S. M., repairs to furni- 
ture 

Cooper, Ella, trav. expenses . . . 

Copeland, R. M., rolled oats, 3 
bags at 2.75; lard, 100 lbs. at 
18c; eggs, 60 doz. at 38c; 
currants, 40 lbs. at 8c; cream 
of tartar, 5 lbs. at 37c; bacon, 
21 lbs. at 27c; maccaroni, 1 
doz. pkgs. at 1.50; old dutch 
cleanser, 1 case at 4.00; bovril, 
3 pts. at 1.00; corn starch, 28 
pkgs. at 8c; sundries, 5.85; 
soap, 437 lbs. at 6^0., 2 boxes 
at 2.85; sausage, 60 lbs. at 13c, 
20 lbs. at 12V 2 c; sugar, 300 
lbs. at 4.60, 586 lbs. at 4.70; 
cheese, 15 lbs. at 18c; syrup, 

1 pail at 1.75; biscuits, 17^ 
lbs. at 10c; corn flakes, 1 doz. 
pkgs. at 1.10; tea, 6 lbs. at 
50c; flavoring extracts, 2 
pints at 1.00 

Cronk, M., trav. expenses, 
23.74; services at exhibition, 

2 weeks at 10.00 

Cutcliffe, A. B., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Davison, W., trav. expenses . . . 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Draper, R., currants, 20 lbs. at 
8c; lard, 60 lbs. at 17c; beans, 
1 bus. at 2.50; rolled oats, 1 
bag at 2.75; salt, 1 doz. bags 
at 1.10; eggs, 120 doz. at 22c; 
tea, 12 lbs. at 45c; sundries, 
2.65; sugar, 200 lbs. at 4.50, 
301 lbs. at 4.75; raisins, 32 lbs. 
at 13c; corn flakes, 1 doz. at 
1.10; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 
9c; cheese, 10 lbs. at 19c; 
maple syrup, 5 gals, at 1.00.. 



Expenses,— Continued. 

Dutton, Jas., chickens, 5 at 60c 3 00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., cornets, 2 

at 85c 1 70 

13 48 Eby-Blain, Ltd., soap chips, 196 

lbs. at 6%c, 50 lbs. at 7c 16 73 

Elliott, Geo. A., Jr., repairs to 
utensils, 3.68; scissors, 2 pairs 
at 1.25; dust pans, 6 at 10c, 6 
at 20c; iron hardware, etc., 
20.35; pails, 6 at 1.10 ....... 34 73 

Expositor, The, advertising ... 8 17 
Faris, Dr. M. N., medical ser- 
vices 5 00 

Feely, R., repairs to utensils, 

73 52 etc, 19.35; boiler, 1 at 4.00; 

roast pans, 2 at 60c; ice box, 

1 at 1.50 26 05 

First Baptist Church, pupils' 

26 50 sittings 2 00 

8 50 Forde, J., Co., tea, 200 lbs. at 

13 00 30c; eggs, 90 doz. at 40c. 6 < 

doz. at 45c; sausage, 120 lbs. 
105 00 at 14c; canned salmon, 4 doz 

10 40 at 2.25; bacon, 24 lbs. at 25c; 

cheese, 30 1-8 lbs. at 18c; 
canned lobster, 6 tins at 28c; 
canned vegetables, 2 doz. at 
95c; lye, 1 doz. at 1.10; sugar, 
300 lbs. at 4.30; 294 lbs. at 
4.70; syrup, 2 gals, at 80c; 
corn flakes, 1 doz. at 1.10; 
yeast, 47 lbs. at 30c; sundries, 
4.35; rice, 25 lbs. at 7c, 100 
lbs. at 6%c; lard, 100 lbs. at 
17c; currants, 32 lbs. at 8%c; 
soap, 1 box at 2.80; buscuits, 
32 lbs. at 8y 2 c; soap chips, 
201 lbs. at 6M$c; tapioca, 25 
lbs. at 5Mjc; rolled oats, 1 
sack at 2.50; salt, 1 bbl. at 

1.45 240 37 

Foster, John W., soap, 6 cases 

at 4.15, 1,017 lbs. at 7c 96 99 

174 40 Frank, Dr. Harry R., medical 

services 10 00 

Gardiner, H. F., trav. expenses 23 75 

43 74 Ginn, Alfred, flowers, plants, etc. 11 68 

Globe Printing Co., advertising. 16 50 

22 75 Grace Church, pupils' sittings . . 64 00 

12 60 C. T. Ry., freight charges 24 22 

5 85 G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 1 03 

Green, Daniel T., prizes for 
sports, 10.10; trav. expenses, 

33.70 43 80 

Hall, Jno. iH., & Sons, Ltd., re- 
pairs to plant 9 45 

Ham, Albert, services as (musi- 
cal examiner, 75.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 7.50 82 50 

Harp, Fred. C, lard, 120 lbs. at 

17c; currants, 38 lbs. at 8c; 

syrup, 40 lbs. at 7%c; soap, 1 

91 66 box at 4.60, 3 boxes at 2.90; 



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Institution for 



cheese, 32% lbs. at 20c.; 
tapioca, 50 lbs. at 8c; bis- 
cuits, 51% lbs. at 9c; beans, 
2 bus. at 2.50; bacon, 12% lbs. 
at 28c; dutch cleanser, 4 doz. 
at 1.00; lye, 2 doz. at 1.00; 
sundries, 9.12; canned vege- 
tables, 2 doz. at 1.00; rolled 
oats, 2 sacks at 2.75; sausage, 
40 lbs. at 15c, 60 lbs. at 14c; 
canned salmon, 4 doz. at 2.30 ; 
cream of tartar, 5 lbs. at 40c ; 
sugar, 300 lbs. at 4.60, 299 lbs. 
at 4.7*5; soap chips, 236 lbs. 
at 6%c; corn starch, 40 lbs. 
at 8c; cornflakes, 1 doz. at 
1.10; canned lobsters, V 2 doz. 
at 3.60 

Harrington, E. A., trav. ex- 
penses 

Hartley Foundry Co., iron 
castings, etc 

Hawthorne, W. G., sharpening 
lawn mowers, etc 

Hay, James B.„ & Co., seeds . . 

Haycock, L. EL, Christmas tree 
supplies, 10.00; trav. expenses, 
30.00 

Hendry, Geo. ,M., Co., Ltd., 
school supplies 

Herald Printing Co., advertis- 
ing 

Hewson & Potter, repairs to 
buildings 

Howie & Peely, floor broom, 

1 at 2.50; brackets, 6 at 25c; 
twine, 2 balls at 87%c; metal 
polish, 1 doz. at 2.50; iron 
hardware, etc., 2.45; repairs 
to utensils, 3.30; tea kettles, 

2 at 1.50 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., contract, flour, 

10 bbls. at 4.60, 72% bbls. at 

4.50; corn flour, 1 bag at 2.50 
Hunt & Colter, ambulance hire, 

3.00; cartage, 7.25 

Jacksonian Mfg. Co., Ltd., bug 

exterminator, 1 gal. at 4.00, 2 

gals, at 3.00, 5 gals, at 2.40.. 
Ker & Goodwin, castings .... 

Kerr, A., blacksmithing . 

Kilmer, E. E. C, services as 

literary examiner 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 

Klinkhamer, Leo. J., eggs, 58 

doz. at 27c; sugar, 100 lbs. 

at 4.50, 100 lbs. at 4.90, 297 

lbs. at 6.00; vinegar, 66 gals. 

at 30c; tea, 6 lbs. at 50c; 

lard, 40 lbs. at 16c; sundries, 



the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 

Expenses. — Continued. 

6.50; ham, 16% lbs. at 21c; 
coffee, 6 lbs. at 40c; soap, 1 
box at 2.70; 1 box at 4.35; 

tapioca, 10 lbs. at 10c 92 50 

Lambden, G. G., trav. expenses 1 50 

London Free Press, advertising 16 50 
Long, M. E., Furnishing Co., Ltd., 
linoleum, 34% yds. at 60c; 
laying linoleum, 4% hrs. at 

50c 23 05 

Lyons Electric Co., electrical 

repairs 2 80 

Mail & Empire, advertising . . 16 50 
Maloney, J. M., trav. expenses. . 14 65 
Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 

to implements 2 19 

Matthews, Nina M v varnishing 
160 92 cards, 200.16; services at 
Canadian National Exhibition, 
4 50 3 weeks at 10.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 38.99 269 15 

1 00 Miller, Mrs. A., services as 

nurse, 13 days at 2.00 26 00 

2 90 Mintern, T., contract, meat, 
45 88 2,77'0 lbs. at 10.75; 14,602 

lbs. at 12.75; lamb, 1 side, 

5.00; credit by tallow, 6.09. . 2,158 45 

40 00 Mitchell, C. J., repairs to im- 

plements 9 15 

41 34 MacBride Press, Ltd., printing 99 00 

MacLean Pub. Co., subscription 
13 75 to Power House, 1.00; money 

order, 2c 1 02 

84 05 McCann Bros., soda, 560 lbs. at 

4c; honey, 120 lbs. at 10c; 

pepper, 5 lbs. at 30c; lard, 

120 lbs. at 16c; rice, 100 lbs. 

at 7c; rolled oats, 2 sacks at 

2.50; currants, 30 lbs. at 10c; 

beans, 1 busi at 2.25; tea, 6 
17 03 lbs. at 45c; biscuits, 34% lbs. 

at 9c; salt, V bbl. at 1.75; 

cream tartar, 5 lbs. at 35c; 
374 75 wyandotte soda, 560 lbs. at 

4c; sundries, 5.45; canned 

10 25 vegetables, 2 doz. at 1.00; 

sugar, 400 lbs. at 4.50, 307 lbs. 

at 4.80, 100 lbs. at 5.75; 

22 00 tapioca, 25 lbs. at 8c; saus- 

1 25 age, 49 lbs. at 12%c; cheese, 

11 50 41% lbs. at 18c; soap, 4 

boxes at 2.80; bacon, 20 lbs. 

65 00 at 28c; salmon, 4 doz. at 2.25; 

syrup, 2 pails at 1.25; eggs, 

281 96 30 doz. at 28c 202 34 

McDonald, D., contract, coal, 10 
tons, 1,285 lbs. at 6.30; 79 
tons, 1,180 lbs. at 6.20, 102 
tons, 645 lbs. at 5.99; 16 tons, 
1,455 lbs. at 5.89; 592 tons, 
675 lbs. at 4.35 3,848 59 



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No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



McFarland, Andrew, wardrobe 

hangers, 1 doz 4 50 

McGregor, Jias., lard, 100 lbs. 
at 16c; currants, 52 lbs. at 
8c; tapioca, 25 lbs. _at 8c; 
cheese, 30 lbs. at 18c; eggs, 
30 doz. at 22c; 60 doz. at 24c; 
flavoring extract, 1 pt. at 1.00 ; 
bacon, liy 2 lbs. at 25c; 
starch, 45 pkgs. at 9c; pep- 
per, 5 lbs. at 35c; salt, 1 bbl. 
at 1.50; soap, 1 box at 4.50, 
1 box at 2.75; sugar, 200 lbs. 
at 4.25, 100 lbs. at 4.35; 
syrup, 4 gals, at 80c; sun- 
dries, 7.83; rolled oats, 1 bag 
at 2.70; beans, 1 bus. at 2.50; 
biscuits, 19 y 2 lbs. at 9c; 

honey, 20 lbs. at 14c 100 63 

McGregor, The Misses, wool, 
64 skeins at 12y 2 c, 50 oz. at 

9c, 30 oz. at 10c 15 50 

McLaughlin, S. W., apples, 50 

bbls. at 2.00 100 00 

National Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

rent of typewriter 2 50 

Newham, J., ham, 28 lbs. 6 oz. 
at 20c; weiners, 20 lbs. at 

; 10c 7* 68 

Newman, E. H., & Sons, re- 
pairing clocks 3 75 

Ogilvie, Lochead & Co., wool, 1 
lb. at 1.60; thread, 7 doz at 
50c; cotton, 15 yards, at 
12^c; lace, 10 yds. at 12^c, 
10 yds. at 15c; sheeting, 50 
yds. at 12%c, 100 yds. at 15c, 
200 yds. at 35c; linen, 6% yds. 
at 1.00, 5 yds. at 50c; sun- 
dries, 17.14; nainsook, 15 yds. 
at 20c; shades, 1 at 2.75, 1 
at 3.75; embroidery, 5y 2 yds. 
at 29c; oil cloth, 48 yds. at 
25c; towelling, 102% yds. at 
15c; 102 yds. at 17c, 98% 
yds. at 25c, 100 yds. at 
12y 2 c; napkins, 1 doz. at 2.95 223 01 
Orr, Jos., repairs to harness, 

etc., 23.30; whip, 3.00 26 30 

Park & Co., photographs 24 50 

Parker, A. A., oat chop, 2,700 
lbs. at 1.45, 3,800 lbs. at 1.50; 
bran, 1,000 lbs. at 1.20, 500 
lbs. at 1.25, 400 lbs. at 1.30, 
3,200 lbs. at 1.35; shorts, 500 
lbs. at 1.40; crushed oats, 800 
lbs. at 1.50; oil cake, 100 lbs. 
at 1.75, 700 lbs. at 1.50; straw, 
1 bale, 60c; linseed meal, 100 

lbs. at 3.50 198 15 

Patte, J. W., wool, 1 lb. at 1.40; 



thread, 2 doz. at 50c; sun- 
dries, 1.45; tape, 6 doz. at 50c 6 85 
Patterson, Alfred, coffee, 6 lbs. 
at 45c; eggs, 23 doz. at 25c, 
15 doz. at 26c; sugar, 302 lbs. 
at 5.00; sundries, 2.65; lard, 
20 lbs. at 18c; nam, 15*4 lbs. 

at 23c 37 20 

Patterson, C, trav. expenses.. 9 20 
Peachey, John, crockery, glass- 
ware, etc 5 20 

Pearce, W. T., cheese, 26 lbs. 

14 oz. at 20c; lard, 160 lbs. at 

17c; vinegar, 31 gals, at 30c; 

eggs, 5 doz. at 28c, 11 doz. at 

34c, 10 doz. at 32c, 30 doz. at 

31c, 53 doz. at 30c, 16 doz. 

at 35c; sugar, 400 lbs. at 4.75, 

297 lbs. at 5.00, 300 lbs. at 

7.00, 300 lbs. at 6.50; cream 

tartar, 5 lbs. at 35c; tapioca, 

50 lbs. at 7c, 15 lbs. at 9c; 

canned lobster, 6 tins at 25c; 

dutch cleanser, 48 tins at 

8y 2 c, 4 doz. at 1.00; bovril, 

3 pts. at 1.00; corn starch, 40 

lbs. at 8c; beans, 60 lbs. at 

5c; flavoring extracts, 1 pt. 

at 1.25; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; 

sundries, 13.23; sausage, 80 

lbs. at 12y 2 c, 40 lbs. at 14c; 

biscuit, 40 lbs. at 9c; soap, 

3 cases at 2.80, 1 case at 2.75; 

currants, 40 lbs. at 9c, 10 lbs. 

at lie; rolled oats, 2 bags 

at 2.60, 1 bag at 3.60; starch, 

48 bags at 9c; bacon, 32% 

lbs. at 28c; raisins, 28 lbs. 

at 12y»c; syrup, 1 pail, at 

1.60; macaroni, 1 doz. pkgs. at 

1.20; fly paper, 2 doz. at 1.00; 

brooms, Y 2 doz. at 6.00 265 37 

Perrott, H. E., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 37 34 

Pickels, L. C, picture moulding, 

250 ft. at 5c 12 50 

Pickles, A. L., sugar, 277 lbs. at 
4.50, 300 lbs. at 4.25; canned 
vegetables, 2 doz. at 1.00, 2 doz. 
at 1.08; old dutch cleanser, 4 
doz. at 1.00; soap, 2 boxes at 
2.80; naking powder, 1 doz. 
tins at 2.76; rice, 100 lbs. at 
6%c; beans, 1 bag at 2.50; cur- 
rants, 20 lbs. at 8y 2 c; biscuits, 
18% lbs. at 9c; sundries, 3.77; 
vinegar, 30 gals, at 30c; gela- 
tine, 1 doz. at 1.50; bacon, 19 
libs, at 26c; lard, 40 lbs. at 
16c; rolled oats, 1 bag at 
2.60; cheese, 13y 2 lbs. at 19c; 
molasses, 3 gals, at 35c 86 01 



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155 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Blind, Bran tford.— Continued. 






Postmaster, postage stamps 

Publishers' Assn. of Canada, 
Ltd., books 

Pugsley, Dingman & Co., soap 
chips, 810 lbs. at 6^4c 

Pyne, Dr. A. R., analysis of flour 

Radcliffe, Walter A., coffee, 310 
lbs. at 35c. tea, 115 lbs. at 30c, 
18 lbs. at 50c, 25 lbs. at 35c, 
6 lbs. at 45c 

Reid & Brown, tables, 1 at 6.00, 
1 at 4.25; couch, 1 at 9.00 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
typewriters, 5 at 50.00 

Richardson, Robert, services 
cleaning shoes 

Roberts, E. C, straw, 2 tons 1,580 
lbs. at 6.00 

Robson, The, Co., chop feed, 6,200 
lbs. at 1.40 per 100 lbs.; bran, 
4,300 lbs. at 1.15; shorts, 900 
lbs. at 1.25; shell, 50 lbs. at lc 

Roger, Tom, contract, blinds for 
Bursar's house 

Russell & Co., bread, 30 loaves at 
5c . 

Ryerson, T. iE„ & Co., turkey, 
119% lbs. at 25c, 82% lbs. at 
28c, 16% lbs. at 29c; cran- 
berries, 48 qts. at 12 %c. f 32 
lbs. at lie; oranges, 19 doz. at 
30c, 50 doz. at 40c, 4 doz. at 
50c; candy, 108 lbs. at 15c, 
9% lbs. at 40c; brushes, 9 at 
40c, 1 doz. at 2.75; jelly pow- 
der, 8 doz. at 1.00; raisins, 100 
lbs. at 12%c, 22 lbs. at 25c; 
currants, 10 lbs. at 8c, 50 lbs. 
at 12y 2 c; haddie, 35 lbs. at 
10c, 35 lbs. at 12c, 30 lbs. at 
14c; eggs, 36 doz. at 23c, 30 
doz. at 30c, 30 doz. at 
35c, 30 doz. at 40c; hali- 
but, 129 lbs. at 13c; lemons, 
5 doz. at 20c; cherries, 2 bus. 
at 1.25; blue berries, 2 bus. at 
1.75; plums, 13 bus. at 
60c; peaches, 8 bus. at 1.65; 
chickens, 1 pr. at 1.60, 6 prs. 
at 1.50, 1 pr. at 1.40, 3 prs. at 
1.70, 4 prs. at 1.75, 3 prs. at 
1.80, 2 prs. at 2.10, 1 pr. at 2.20, 
1 pr. at 2.40, 2 prs. at 2.15, 
123% lbs. at 20c; ciseoes, 3 
doz. at 40c 3 doz. at 50c. ; sun- 
dries, 59.56; nuts, 12 lbs. at 
40c, 36 lbs. at 50c; prunes, 
400 lbs. at 10c; flavoring ex- 
tracts, 2 pts. at 1.25, 1 pt. at 
1.00; figs, 26 lbs. at 6y 2 c, 
102% lbs. at 7c, 28 lbs. at 8c; 
bananas, 32 doz. at 20c; mops, 
1 doz. at 1.50;; canned vege- 



Expenses.— Continued. 

93 00 tables, 1 case at 2.00, 2 doz. at 

1.00; pickles y 2 doz. at 2.40; 

64 80 berries, 180 boxes at 10c, 128 

boxes at lie, 261 boxes at 

50 62 12%c; currants, 15 boxes at 

6 50 15c; goose berries, 2 has. at 

1.25; tomatoes, 29 bas. at 25c; 

jars, 5% doz. at 90c 556 10 

Scace, Emma L., trav. expenses 5 65 

163 45 Schultz, Bros., Co., Ltd., kindling 

wood 4 50 

19 25 Seago, C, iSr., & (Son, table 

frames, 5 at 8.00; chair 

250 00 frames, 5 at 8.00; lumber, 

21.90; matting, 5 yds. at 40c. 103 90 
2 00 Sentinel Pub. Co., advertising.. 8 25 

Shaver, A. W., hay*, 1 ton 350 
16 74 lbs. at 11.00 12 93 

Shurly^Dietrich Co., Ltd., 
sharpening saws 2 00 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, etc. 13 20 
148 00 Simpson, J., Mfg. Co., repairs to 
vehicles, etc, 28,35; handtruck, 
23 30 20.00 48 35 

Singer iSewing Machine Co., re- 
1 50 pairs to machines 1 20 

Smallpiece, H. E., advertising. . 11 00 

Smiley, A. W., drugs, chemicals, 

etc -. . 71 32 

Sneath, Geo., repairs to buildings 89 17 

Squire, T. A., window screens, 8 
at 35c, 9 at 20c, 3 at 25c; 
sundries, 1.70 7 05 

St. Andrew's Church, pupils' sit- 
tings 32 00 

St. Basil's Church, pupils' sit- 
tings • 26 00 

St. Michael's (Hospital, care of 

pupil 47 00 

Standard Seed & Grain Co., chop 
feed, 500 lbs. at 1.45, 200 lbs. 
1.50, 500 lbs. at 1.60, 1,000 lbs. 
at 1.90; shorts, 1,000 lbs. at 
1.40, 500 lbs. at 1.50; rye, 14 
bus. at 1.10; bran, 1,600 lbs. at 
1.35, 1,300 lbs. at 1.50; crushed 
oats, 700 lbs. at 1.50, 1,200 lbs. 
at 1.60, 1,300 lbs. at 1.90; bags, 
1.50 171 15 

Stedman's Bookstore, Ltd., sta- 
tionery, 127.29; office furni- 
ture, 88.80; toilet paper, 6 
cases at 5.50, 3 cases at 5.00; 
subscriptions to sundry maga- 
zines, 40.70 304 79 

Sterne, W. ( S., refrigerator, 45.00; 

electric irons, 2 at 4.50 54 00 

Stewart, M. E., services cleaning 
shoes - 2 00 

Stratford Herald, advertising. . 8 25 

Suddaby, S., sugar, 200 lbs. at 
4.50, 726 lbs. at 4.75; rice, 100 
lbs. at 7c; cheese, 11 lbs. 7 oz. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



EDUCATION.— Continued. 



Institution for the Blind, Brantford.— Continued. 



at 18c.; soap, 3 boxes at 2.85; 
bacon, 9 lbs. 10 oz. at 28c; 
eggs, 30 doz. at 23c; rolled 
oats, 1 bag at 2.90; sundries, 
4.50; tapioca, 25 Ids. at 7c; 
mustard, 4 lbs. at 25c; lard, 
40 lbs. at 15c; jam, 10 lbs. at 
16c, 14 lbs. at 9c; corn starch, 
40 lbs. at 9c; biscuits, 19 lbs. 
at 9c 

Summerhays, Chas., blacksmitn- 
ing 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel 

Sutherland, J. L., stationery 

Tapscott, S., & Co., drugs 

Taylor, A., plumbing repairs. . . . 

Thomas, J. iS., inspecting scales 

T. H. & <B. Ry., freight charges . 

Toronto Type Foundry, printers' 
supplies 

Toronto World, subscription to 
Daily World, 3.00; subscrip- 
tion to Sunday World, 2.00; 
advertising, 16.50 

Tullock & Strobridge, earth, 6 
loads at 1.50; rent of horses, 
8 hours at 50c 

Turnbull & Cutcliffe, Ltd., dish 
pan, 1 at 3.75, 2 at 2.00; pie 
plates, 6 at 17%c; kettles, 2 
at 1.65, 2 at 1.25; tin, 100 
pieces at 10c; platters, 2 at 
1.00, 2 at 85c ; repairs to range, 
15.21; iron hardware, etc., 
8.20; repairs to utensils, 50c; 
trays, 4 at 65c; milk pans, 6 
at 50c 

Turner, E., services cleaning cis- 
tern 

Vanstone, A. L., plates, 1 doz. at 
1.20, 1 doz. at 1.10, 5 doz. at 
90c; glasses, 1 doz. at 3.00, 1 
doz. at 1.35, 2 doz. at 90c; jugs, 

1 doz. at 2.40, 1 doz. at 2.60, 

2 doz. at 60c; cups and 
saucers, 1 doz. at 1.75; vege- 
table dishes, 2 at 80c, 2 at 
65c; nappies, 2 doz. at 75c; 
crockery, glassware, etc., 3.10 

Vernon, Henry, & Son, city direc- 
tory, 2 copies at 3.00 

Wade, B. J., sheet music, 8.50; 
repairs to musical instru- 
ments, 21.78 

Waldrons, plants 

Walsh, F. H., slabs, V 2 cord at 
6.50 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Warren, Alf., services cleaning 

windows, 2V 2 days at 1.00 2 50 

Waterous Engine Works Co., 

Ltd., repairs to boiler 6 CO 

Webster, Fred., electrical sup- 
plies . 14 14 

Welsh, R. & J., biscuits, 55 lbs. 
at 10c; canned vegetables, 6 
doz. at 1.00; bacon, 8% lbs. 

94 99 at 27c, 21 lbs. at 23c; sausage, 

60 lbs. at 14c, 40 lbs. at 15c; 
33 70 r i C e, ioo lbs. at 7c; lard, 80 

-io ca lbs - at 20c * ; P e PP er » 1° lDS - a * 

1» 50 35c. ; rolled oatSj x bag at 2.75; 

2 |j '* tapioca, 25 lbs. at 8c; canned 

3 25 salmon, 4 doz. at 2.28; syrup, 

95 93 i pail at 1:65 . sundries, 8.10; 
3 10 cheese, 11% lbs. at 19c, 20 lbs. 
7 56 at 20c; sugar, 595 libs, at 5.00, 

200 lbs. at 4.60; currants, 40 

2 50 lbs. at 8c; eggs, 70 doz. at 

35c; soap, 3 cases at 2.80; 

baking powder, % doz. tins at 

... CA 3.00; salt, 1 bbl. at 1.50; beans, 

21 50 167 lbs. at 4%c; tea, 12 lbs. 

at 50c 180 90 

10 nn Western Counties Electric Co., 

lo uu Ltd., electric current 710 92 

Wickham, W. B., trav. expenses 2 70 

Wickens, W. B., trav. expenses . 3 05 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, 
butter, 270 lbs. at 31c; 4,579 

lbs. at 30c 1,457 40 

Williams, R. S., & Sons, Co., Ltd., 
symphony instruments^ 2 sets 

at 6.00; sundries, 98c 12 98 

57 81 Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., 

steel bar 9 60 

5 00 Winter Garden Co., flowers, 

plants, etc 8 70 

Woolams, Geo., repairs to build- 
ings 24 65 

Wright, C. B., repairs to tumb- 
ling mats 5 75 

Young, J. M., & Co., boot laces, 

1 gro. at 1.50; elastic, 1 card 
at 2.25, 1 card at 1.50; cur- 

oo An tains, 5 pairs at 2.50; quilts, 

2 at 4.50; towelling, 8 yds. at 
g OO 15c. ; sundries, 55c; cedar 

polish, 8 gals, at 3.00; cedar 

mop, 2 at 1.00, 1 doz. at 15.00; 

30 28 towels, 1 pr. at 1.35, 1 pr. at 

1 50 90c, 4 pr. at 75c; linoleum, 

3% yds. at 1.10. 78 30 

3 25 



Repairs to pianos and organs ($223.55) 

Sbute, W. R., repairs to pipe organ . .• 



223 55 



1913-14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 157 

EDUCATION.— Continued. 
Institution for the Blind, Bran tford.— Continued. 

Hardware, paints, varnish and glass ($393.57) 

Ballantyne, Robt H.., iron, hard- Orr, J., iron, hardware, etc. ... 5 35 

ware, etc 31 47 Squire, T. A., iron, hardware, 

Bishop, J., & iSon, iron, hard- etc 28 80 

ware, etc 54 51 Sterne, W. S., hardware, paints, 

Ebeling, F. H., shears, 6 prs at etc 74 48 

75c 4 50 Taylor, C, & Co., iron, hardware, 

Elliott, Geo., Jr., hardware, etc 72 

paints, etc 68 50 Turnbull and Cutcliffe, Ltd., iron 

Howie & Feely, hardware, paints, hardware, etc 6 50 

etc 66 34 Twin City Oil Co., [Ltd., paint, 

Lewis, Rice, & ISon, iron, hard- oils, etc 45 35 

ware, etc 7 05 

Workshops, tools, material, outfits for retiring pupils ($454.77) 

Brantford Willow Works, ma- Canada Furniture Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

terial for basket making 46 30 cane, dried reeds, etc 68 60 

(Seago, C. 'S., & iSon, outfits . .-. . 339 87 

Sloyd and Hammock Department, materials, etc. ($178.32) 
Shurly & Derrett, Ltd., hammock cord 178 32 

Models and tools for pupils working at basket trade ($171.25) 

Seago, C. S., & Son, models • 171 25 

Engineers' supplies ($71.94) 

Ker & Goodwin, packing, waste, Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., boiler 
etc 47 23 compound 24 71 

Unpaid accounts 1912-13 ($52.25) 

Barton, T. J.," & Son, repairs to pianos. 52 25 



Total Education $2,048,545.84 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. 

Salaries ($50,806.64) 

J. C. Mitchell M.D.: Twelve months' salary as (Superintendent 2,600 00 

F. S. Vrooman, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

C. McLean, M.D.: do do Physician 1,04100 

W. P. Dailey: do Bursar 1,700 00 

Geo. MoGookin: Ten do {Storekeeper 1,033 00 

W. J. McKay: Twelve do Clerk 500 00 

Helen M. Campbell : Eleven do Stenographer 308 00 

Jennie Gibson: Twelve do Matron 600 00 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville. — Continued. 



Chas. A. Cato: 

R. C. Tennant: 

Peter Kilgour: 

Ben Moulton: 

J. H. Ross: 

J. W. Frazer: 

W. A. Fitzsimmons: 



Percy Linden: 
J. Edwards: 
R. T. Stratton: 

C. H. Wilson: 

D. McCrimmon: 
James Heron: 
S. Bailey: 
W. Ferguson: 
Supervisors (Male) : 
Attendants: 
Supervisors (Female) : 
Nurses: 
Cooks: 
Maids: 
Laundresses: 
Seamstress: 
Stokers and Plumber: 
Temporary Assistance: 
Farm Hands: 



Eleven 
Twelve 



Salaries.— Continued. 

Twelve months' salary as Tailor 700 00 

do Laundryman 600 00 

do Baker 750 00 

do Butcher 540 00 

do Engineer 850 00 

do Asst. Engineer 650 00 

do Carpenter 700 00 

do Asst. Carpenter 393 08 

do Mason 750 00 

do Painter . . . 650 00 

do Farmer 750 00 

do Asst. Farmer 650 00 

do Gardener 750 00 

do Asst. Gardener 360 00 

do Chief Attendant 600 00 

3,801 07 

9,890 04 

2,298 33 

6,005 83 

1,408 30 

1,204 53 

786 00 

276 00 

. . 3,146 50 

176 33 

• 2,838 63 



Arkley, L. M., services analysing 
coal 

Armour & Cunningham, sapolio, 
2 cases at 3.20; sundries, 5.55; 
canned vegetables, 12 doz. at 
1.00; washing blue, 28 lbs. at 
14c; sugar, 2,000 lbs at 4.15 
cwt, 3,000 lbs. at 4.41 cwt.; 
coffee, 25 lbs. at 33c, 264 lbs. 
at 27c; tapioca, 182 lbs. at 
6c; sago, 185 lbs. at 6%c; 
salt, 6 sacks at 1.20; grape 
nuts, 1 case at 3.20, 1 case at 
3.15; lard, 200 lbs. at 16c; 
starch, 200 lbs. at 7c; soap, 
2 cases at 4.50; evaporated 
apples, 400 lbs. at 12c; beans, 
10 bus. at 2.50; canned fruit, 
4 doz. at 2.10, 4 doz. at 1.55, 
4 doz. at 2.25; corn meal, 2 
bags at 2.50; cocoa, 8 lbs at 
45c; cornflakes, 1 case at 
3.05; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 
8c; currants, 84% lbs. at 
7%c; jam, 126 lbs. at 8c .. 

Armstrong. Daniel, hay, 47 tons, 
570 lbs. at 14.00, 1 ton.. 910 lbs. 
at 15.00, 2 tons, 1,195 lbs. at 
12.50 

Aspinwall Mfg. Co., disc marker, 
2.75; sundries, 18c 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical Co., 



Expenses ($90,477.10) 

Ltd., chip soap, 1,150 lbs. at 

9 00 7c, 1,265 lbs. at 7%c 175 38 

Bedlow, J., lamb, 25% lbs. at 

20c, 9% lbs. at 17c, 21 6-16 

lbs. at 28c; goose, 7 lbs. at 

20c; veal, 39% lbs. at 18c; 

turkey, 9% lbs. at 26c 23 67 

Beacock & Co., gasoline, 83 gals. 

at 25c; vulcanizing cover, 1.00 21 75 
Beehler, Joseph, services filling 

silo, 30 hours at 1.50 45 00 

Beggs, Robert, leather, 14 lbs. 

at 38c, 44% lbs. at 40c; 

shoemakers' sundries, 190; 

repairs to boots, 5.60 30 72- 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

56.08; rent of instruments, 

211.50 267 58 

Belliss, A. J., city directory . . 2 50 

Bissell, A. P., straw, 5 tons, 545 

lbs. at 9.00 47 45 

Bickford, Mrs. Wm, hay stand- 
ing, 20 acres at 5.00 100 00 

Borthwick, John, blacksmithing 166 15 
535 17 Brockville Atlas Auto Co., Ltd., 

Dunlop tire, 41.40; Dunlop 

tube, 6.25; tire cover, 3.50; 

repairs, 25.47 76 62 ; 

716 27 Bradley, Jas. H., beans, 6 bus. 

at 2.40; sundries, 7.25; corn 
2 93 meal, 2 bags at 2.40; soap, 2 

boxes at 4.20, 1 box at 5.60; 



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Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued, 






prunes, 500 lbs. at 8c, 300 Jbs. 
at 8%c; canned fruit, 2 doz. 
at 2.30, 4 doz. at 2.15, 4 doz. 
at 2.25, 2 doz. at 2.65; evap- 
orated apples, 500 lbs. at 9%c, 
200 lbs. at 7c; tobacco, 36 lbs. 
at 40c, 90 lbs. at 45c; sugar, 
1,000 lbs. at 4.41, 2,000 lbs. at 
4.06, 2,000 lbs. at 6.06; cassia, 
10 lbs. at 25c; cocoa, 6 lbs. 
at 32c; chocolate, 12 lbs. at 
37c; cream tartar, 10 lbs. at 
70c; jelly powder, 2 doz. at 
1.00; Gillett's lye, 2 cases at 
3.85; pickles, 1 doz. at 3.50; 
raisins, 50 lbs at 10V 2 c, 28 
lbs. at 7%c; rice, 300 lbs. at 
3.83 cwt.; canned salmon, 4 
doz. at 2.67%; sapolio, 1 case 
at 3.00; fly paper, 1 case, 4.00; 

biscuits, 32 lbs. at 8c 

Brockville Water Dept., water 

rates . . 

Brockville, Westport & North 
Western Ry., freight charges. 
Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., serge, 
80 yds. at 3.15; buttons, 1 gro. 
at 8.00, 1 gro. at 6.00; suiting, 
179V 2 yds. at 90c; Italian, 
56% yds. at 49c; less dis- 
count, 23.99 

British Medical Journal, sub- 
scription . 

Brockville Light & Power Dept, 
gas, 4,080.90; electric current, 

303.00 

Brown, H., & Sons, bran, 11 
tons at 23.00, 1 ton at 24.00, 
1 ton at 25.00; shorts, 1 ton 
at 26.00, 1 ton at 25.00; wheat, 
1 ton, 35.00, 1,000 lbs. at 37.00; 
corn, 1,000 lbs. at 35.00 a ton, 
1,000 lbs. at 32.00; feed flour, 
1 ton, 1,000 lbs. at 34.00; hay, 13 
tons, 940 lbs. at 16.25, 12 tons, 
590 lbs. at 15.00, 16 tons, 1,253 
lbs. at 17.00; straw, 10 tons, 
1,800 lbs. at 10.00, 11 tons, 986 
lbs. at 9.50, 13 tons, 751 lbs. 
at 10.50; calf meal, 800 lbs. 
at 4.00 cwt.; chicken feed, 100 
lbs. at 2.75 cwt.; seeds, 11.08 
Brockville Times, advertising, 
6.05; printing, 95.17; subscrip- 
tion, 4 copies, 2 years, 24.00 
Burritts Rapids Woolen Mills, 
Ltd., mitts, 6 doz. at 3.25; 
socks, 6 doz. at 2.40; yarn, 
204 lbs. at 50c, 204 lbs. at 

55c ; less discount, 9.65 

Bursar, trav. expenses, 36.35; 
to pay sundries, 4.00 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Cameron, A. E., grinding grain, 
30,729 lbs. at 10c cwt.; bran, 
2,000 lbs. at 1.15 cwt, 11,500 
lbs. at 1.25 cwt; cracked feed, 
15,000 lbs. at 1.25 cwt, 10,000 
lbs. at 1.35; rolled wheat, 5 
bbls. at 3.00, 10 bbls. at 2.90; 
oats, 300 bus. at 44c, 100 bus. 
at 46c, 50 bus. at 49c; barley, 
50 bus. at 60c; cracked oats, 
2,000 lbs. at 1.45 cwt.; cracked 
corn, 1,000 lbs. at 1.70 cwt, 
1,000 lbs. at 1.55; wheat, 1,000 
lbs. at 1.85 cwt, 2,000 lbs. at 
1.75, 1,000 lbs. at 1.55; shorts, 
8,000 lbs. at 1.25 cwt, 2,000 
lbs. at 1.30, 16,000 lbs. at 1.35 ; 
corn meal, 5 bags at 2.35, 
2,000 lbs. at 1.60 cwt., 6,000 
lbs. at 1.50; grits, 300 lbs. at 
565 83 90c cwt.; oyster shells, 200 

lbs. at 90c cwt.; molasses, 45 
2,012 69 gals, at 22c; salt, 5 bags at 

65c, 1 bbl. at 1.65; lice killer, 
4 45 4 bottles at 35c; flour, 1,000 

lbs. at 1.75 cwt.; chicken feed, 

86 lbs. at 3.00 cwt - 

Canadian Cereal & Flour Mills, 
Ltd., rolled wheat, 10 bbls. at 

2.75 .T 

431 25 Canada Customs, duty charges 

Canada Carriage Co., repairs to 

8 55 vehicles 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 

Co., Ltd., rubber blankets, 60 

4,383 90 at 1.40; less discount, 1.68.. 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Laundryman, subscrip- 
tion 

Canadian H. W. Johns^Manville 

Co., Ltd., boiler preservative, 

585 lbs. at 12c; barrel, 6.60 . . 

C. P. Ry Co., freight charges . . 

Canadian Printing Co., blank 

books, etc 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages.. 
Case, A. H., & Co., sheep manure, 

% ton at 20.00 

Central Press Agency, Ltd., ad- 
vertising 

Central Prison Farm, butter, 

1,606 41 100 lbs. at 2iy 2 c 

Central Prison Industries, 
blankets, 399 lbs. at 55c; 
125 22 brooms, 30 doz. at 4.75; flan- 

nel, 46^ yds. at 55c; pack- 
ing, 2.80; bed fabrics, 12 at 
2.00; tweed, 93V 2 yds. at 90c 
Chrysler, J. E., & Co., fountain 
238 45 pen, 1 at 1.00, 1 at 1.50; 

spoons, 6 doz. at 2.00, 1 doz. 
40 35 at 4.00, 3 doz. at 1.00; spec- 



1,443 51 



27 50 
26 25 

73 60 



82 32 
47 38 

2 00 



76 

266 


80 
88 


40 
4 


00 
61 


5 


00 


10 


00 


21 


50 



498 48 



160 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE —Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



38 95 

7 00 
36 00 

5 00 

5 30 



265 85 



24 23 



4 30 



tacles, 1 pr. at 1.25; sundries, 
75c. ; repairing spectacles, 
15.45 

Clarke Specialty Co., manure, 
% ton at 28.00 

Clark & Gowan, dental services 

Code, S. H., expenses return- 
ing eloper 

Cohoe, B. R., seeds 

Colcock, N. B., collars, 2 doz. 
at 1.25; coat, 1 at 1.50, 8 at 
1.25; overalls, 2 doz. at 13.75, 
2 doz. at 10.25, 3 1-12 doz. at 
12.00; smocks, 2 1-6 doz. at 
12.00; suits, 7 at 7.50; pants, 
11 prs. at 1.25; sweater, 1 at 
1.00; overcoats!, 7 ,at 7.55; 
shirts, 14 at 1.00; ties, 2 doz. 
at 2.50, 1 doz. at 1.75 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 3 doz., 5 
lb. tins at 9.50; less discount, 
4.27 

Cookson, G. W., expenses re- 
turning eloper 

Craig, Robert & Co., shirts, 5% 
doz. at 6.00, 2% doz at 6.60, 
3*4 doz. at 9.00, 3 doz. at 
12.00, 2 doz. at 6.50, % doz. 
at 9.48; hats, 2 at 2.50; cuff 
links, 3 doz. at 2.50, 3 prs. 
at 1.25; sweaters, 3 at 1.00; 
mitts, 1 doz. at 3.50; ties, 2 
doz. at 3.00; suspenders, 6 
prs. at 45c, 6 prs. at 50c; 
raincoats, 4 at 10.00; coats, 
5 at 4.00; suits, 7 for 75.00; 
tie pins, 3 at 1.25; overcoating, 
14 yds. at 1.00; pants, 7 prs. 
at 1.25; straw hats, 25 doz. at 
1.65, 2 doz. at 1.00, 1V 3 doz. 
at 3.00; collars, 1 doz. at 1.50, 
3 doz. at 60c; robe, 1 at 25.00; 
caps, 1 doz. at 12.00, 14 doz. 
at 6.00, 3 doz. at 1.00; scarf, 
1 at 1.00; gloves, 1 pr. at 1.50; 
underwear, 2% doz. at 5.40, % 
doz. at 12.00; hose, 8% doz. 
at 2.40, 2 doz. at 3.00, 4 doz. 
at 2.25, 4 doz. at 1.25; sun- 
dries, 75c 569 14 

Culibert, J., tea, 3,600 lbs. at 26c; 
prunes, 250 lbs. at 8c, 150 
lbs. at 9c; coffee, 149 lbs. at 
28c; yeast, 367 lbs. at 35c; 
figs, 6 mats at 1.50; dried 
peaches, 75 lbs. at 10c; sun- 
dries, 2.38 1,158 55 

Curtain, J., repairs to musi- 
cal instruments 75 

Davis, R. & Sons, denim, 63% 



yds. at 25c, 56% yds at 20c, 
40 yds. at 18c, 136 yds. at 
16c. ; cotton, 4,010 yds. at 12c, 
904 yds. at 16c, 209% yds. 
at 6%c, 213 yds. at 8c, 216 
yds. at 15c, 70 yds. at 6c; 
sheeting, 373% yds. at 35c, 
1,778% yds. at 25c, 450% 
yds. at 16c; towelling, 819% 
yds. at 13c, 40 yds. at lie, 
106 yds. at 14c; linen, 194% 
yds. at 15c, 102% yds. at 
14c, 101% yds. at 13 %c; boys 
suit, 6.00; thread, 8 gro. at 
4.90; flannelette, 1,963 yds. 
at 15c, 463% yds. at 16c; 
suspenders, 5 doz. at 3.00; 
flannel, 57'% yds. at 30c, 64 
yds at 25c; corsets, % doz. 
prs. at 8.00; duck, 49 yds. 
at 26c, 50 yds. at 40c; cot- 
ton, 544% yds. at 12c, 388% 
yds. at 17c; print, 1,578% 
yds. at 14c, 385% yds. at 13c; 
shirting, 1,759% yds. at 16c; 
pillow cotton, 56 yds. at 
24c, 56% yds.' at 23c, 117% 
yds. at 20c; overalls, 35 prs. 
at 90c, 12 prs. at 60c, 13 
prs. at 1.00; uniform cloth, 
901% yds. at 20c; sweater, 1 
at 4.50; ticking, 164% yds. at 
27c, 330% yds. at 26c; mitts, 
2 doz. at 2.75; smocks, 12 at 
90c; hessian, 113 yds. at 25c; 
sheeting, 46 yds. at 35c, 83 
yds. at 30c, 180 yds. at 36%c, 
716% yds. at 25c; sundries, 
6.95 

[Davis, J. M., inspection of 
weights and measures 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Dom. Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., oil 
cake meal, 10 tons at 29.50.. 

Dom. Match Co., Ltd., matches, 
2 cases at 25.00 

Dustless Brush Co., floor brush 

Easter, H., expenses returning 
eloper 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., nurses' pins 

Edwards, Mrs. W. H., seeds . . 

Edwards, Robert, hay, 21 tons, 
1,500 lbs. at 12.00 

Fairweather, A. W., oats, 1,800 
bus. at 43%c; less freight 
charges, 125.46 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., grain, 
10 tons at 23.00, 10 tons at 
25.50 

Federal Typewriter Co., Ltd., 
repairing typewriter 



3,516 28 

3 05 
16 25 

295 00 

50 00 

3 75 

5 00 

6 00 
83 05 

261 00 



657 54 

485 00 
4 00 



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161 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Ferguson, W., trav. expenses, 
33.40; expenses of patients at 
circus, 43.00; expenses of 
patients to fair, 14.00 

Ferrier & Co., seed potatoes . . . 

Fraser, W. J., services in or- 
chestra 

Frego, Michael D., burner, 2.75; 
mantles, 12 at 25c; chimneys, 
12 at 15c; globes, 6 at 20c 

George, Chas., eggs, 4 doz. at 
50c 

Giffin, Proctor, lamb, 131 lbs. at 
15c 

Gilpin, Thomas, eggs, 2% doz. 
at 40c 

Gilpin, James, sugar, 3,000 lbs. 
at 4.20 cwt, 1,000 lbs. at 4.60 
cwt.; evaporated apples, 200 
lbs. at 10c; split peas, 2 bags 
at 4.15; beans, 2 bus. at 2.50; 
tobacco, 138 lbs. at 46c, 24 
lbs. at 42c, 60 lbs. at 45c, 99 
lbs. at 52c; currants, 17'2 lbs. 
at 7%c; canned fruit, 12 doz. 
at 2.10; cornflakes, 1 case at 
•3.00; salt 1 bbl. at 3.00; veal, 
140 lbs. at 8c; apples, 20bbls. 
at 2.50; eggs, 90 doz. at 26c, 
210 doz. at 20c; figs, 155 lbs. 
at 6c; corn meal, 2 bags at 
2.70; mustard, 6 jars at 80c; 
lye, 3 cases at 3.75; prunes, 
500 lbs. at 9c; barley, 1 bag 
at 3.75; rice, 500 lbs. at 3V2C.; 
sundries, 1.35 

Gilbert, Irving G., fuel econo- 
mizer 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

Gray, John, ducks, 20 at 50c . . 

Grace, M. A., dolls, 2 at 2.75, 

1 at 1.00, 1 at 1.50 

Green, J., & Co., stationery . . 
Griffin, G. E., lamb, 157 lbs. at 

15c 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

Gromger, L. E., trav. expenses, 
7.70; services, 40.00 

Halliday, James, rough fat, 3,374 
lbs. at 3c; purchase of meat, 
10,347.98 10 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fer- 
tilizer, 2% tons at 32.50, 2y 2 
tons at 32.00 

Harrison, W. H., snow shovels, 

2 doz. at 3.00; boiler, 1 at 
4.50; range covers, 4 at 75c; 
sterilizer, 1 at 5.50; surgical 
pan, 1 at 1.50; sundries, 75c 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 

11 P.A. 



90 40 
353 75 

48 00 



8 75 

2 00 

19 65 

1 00 



626 82 



4 


00 


129 


93 


10 


00 


8 


00 


191 


83 


23 


55 


3 


53 



47 70 



449 20 
6 00 



161 25 



21 25 
173 14 



Hasdayne, E. M., trav. expenses 7 70 

Hay Floral & Seed Co., flower 
holders, 4 at 25c, 1 at 75c... 1 75 

Henderson, J. J., & Son, lamb, 
74% lbs. at 20c, 43% lbs. at 
28c, 53% lbs. at 25c 40 28 

Herron, Mrs., flower pots 24 20 

Hewitt, Mrs. L., chickens, 20 

lbs. at 20c 4 00 

Higgins, M. J„ livery hire 1 50 

Holmes, M. B., honey, 1,560 lbs. 
at 12y 2 c 195 00 

Howison, Geo., grape fruit, 1 
case at 5.00; bananas, 6 
bunches at 2.25, 6 bunches at 
2.50; apples, 10 ibbls. at 4.50; 
candy, 150 lbs. at 17c; cher- 
ries, 1 bas. at 1.25, 6 bas. at 
1.00; cranberries, 1 bbl. at 
10.00; oranges, 1 case at 4.00, 
1 case at 3.75, 7 cases at 
3.50, 3 cases at 3.25, 5 doz. at 
40c, 3 doz. at 50c; lemons, 1 
case at 4.50, 1 case at 5.00; 
berries, 96 boxes at 14c; 
peaches, 1 bas. at 1.30, 6 bas. 
at 1.25, 4 bas. at 75c; sun- 
dries, 11.52 

Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 
electrical supplies 

Hunt Bros., Ltd. contract, flour, 
198 bbls. at 4.50, 824 bbls. at 
3.95 

Hunter, F., lyxhayr fibre, 200 
lbs. at 9%c 

Hutcheson & Driver, legal ser- 
vices 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Ingram and Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Jackson, IC, axe handles, 9 at 
25c 

Jacobs, "W. J., beans, 14 bus. at 
2.55; shredded wheat, 1 case 
at 3.80; canned fruit, 2 doz. 
at 2.30, 2 doz. at 2.15; corn 
flakes, 1 case at 3.15; split 
peas, 2 bags at 3.85; canned 
salmon, 4 doz. at 2.35; jelly 
powder, 4 doz. at 1.00; raisins, 
50 lbs. at 8c; canned vege- 
tables, 4 doz. at 2.10; lard, 5 
pails at 3.10; biscuits, 32 lbs. 
at 8c; molasses, 44 gals, at 
27%c; currants, 82% lbs. at 
8c; macaroni, 100 lbs. at 7c; 
barley, 2 bags at 3.40; soap, 1 
box at 4.20; sundries, 12.70.. 152 51 

Johnston, C. E„ & Co., rugs, 2 
at 14.50, 1 at 13.00; table 
linen, 267 yds. at 50c, 42% 
yds. at 45c, 42% yds. at 55c, 
42% yds. at 75c, 9% yds. at 



213 


36 


188 


05 


4,141 


30 


19 


00 


1 


00 


268 


44 


268 


26 


2 


25 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



1.50; quilts, 9 at 1.45, 3 at 
1.65; shade cloth, 120 yds. at 
50c, 161 yds at 22%c, 9 yds. 
at 30c; linoleum, lS 1 /^ yds. at 
1.35; covering, 15 yds. at 
1.69; shades, 24 at 69c; pil- 
lows, 12 prs. at 2.75; shade 
rollers, 24 at 20c, 6 at 30c; 
sundries, 3.93 

Johnston's Cash Grocery, cups 
and saucers, 5 doz. at 90c; 
pitchers, 8 at 35c; tobacco, 48 
lbs. at 45c, 48 lbs. at 40c; 
vinegar, 41 gals, at 23c; 
sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 4.71 owt., 
2,000 lbs. at 4.31; lard, 100 
lbs. at 14V 2 c; coffee, 121 lbs. 
at 24%c; syrup, 678 lbs. at 
4y 2 c; twine, 10 lbs. at 32c; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 7c; soap, 2 
boxes at 4.25; rice, 300 lbs. at 
3.30; sundries, 4.98 

Journal of Mental Science, sub- 
scription 

Keeler, P. C, melons, 2 doz. at 
50c 

Kemp, Marsden, tuning pianos. 

Kenny, T., Co., Ltd., canned 
vegetables, 30 cases at 1.30 . . 

Kineaid, V. F., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Kingston Asylum, turnips, 5 ton 
at 4.00 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery, etc 

Kirst, F. C, repairs to vehicles 

Latimer, F. C, cartage 

Latimer, R. C, eggs, 90 doz. at 
35c . 180 doz. at 30c, 180 doz. 
at 23c, 390 doz. at 25c 

Lindsay, C. W., Ltd., sheet 
music, 3.75; records, 16 at 
90c, 12 at 1.50, 3 at 1.25, 1 at 
2.50; phonograph needles, 
4,000 at 1.00, 1,000 at 65c 

London Asylum, bull, 100.00; 
tubercular testing, 10.00; po- 
tatoes, 65 bags at 85c 

Lorimer, Wm., nuts, 11 lbs. at 
50c, 2 lbs. at 40c, 10 lbs. at 
48c; raisins, 31% lbs. at 
12VoC, 40 lbs. at 12c, 100 lbs. 
at 8c; corn meal, 1 bag at 
3.00, 1 bag at 2.80; shredded 
wheat, 1 case at 4.00; jelly 
powder, 3 doz. at 1.00; borax, 
50 lbs. at 8c; canned vege- 
tables, 2 cases at 2.30, 4 doz. 
at 1.00; vinegar, 43 gals, at 
23c, 42 gals, at 27c; evapor- 
ated apples, 500 lbs. at 10y>c; 
figs, 528 lbs. at 6V 2 c; jam, 11 
doz. pails at 10.00; salt, 1 bbl. 
at 3.50, 3 bags at 1.40; tobacco, 



491 04 



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72 


4 


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1 
6 


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00 


39 


00 


153 


68 


20 


00 


69 

68 

3 


31 
90 

00 



224 40 



47 05 



165 25 



30 lbs. at 50c; lye, 1 case at 
4.50; cookies, 20 lbs. at 20c; 
barley, 1 bag at 3.50; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at 8c; sugar, 
1,000 lbs. at 4.55 cwt, 2,000 
lbs. at 4.10; soap, 2 boxes at 
4.50, 100 lbs. at 12c; canned 
fruit, 4 doz. at 2.50; lard, 100 
lbs. at 16c; macaroni, 100 lbs. 
at 7c; evaporated peaches, 
500 lbs. at lVAc; syrup, 665 
lbs. at 4c; coffee, 126 lbs. at 
27c, 90 lbs. at 28c; biscuits, 
94V 2 lbs. at 8y 2 c, 31 lbs. at 
9c, 16 lbs. at 8c; shoe polish, 

3 doz. at 1.00; beans, 4 bus. at 
2.60, 10 bus. at 2.65; starch, 
196 lbs. at 7V 2 c; 100 lbs. at 
7c, 45 lbs. at 9c; sundries, 
7.05; rice, 100 lbs. at 8%c; 
epsom salts, 125 lbs. at 2%c; 
sal soda, 375 lbs. at l%c; 
split peas, 2 bags at 4.50; 
lima beans, 90 lbs. at 8c; fly 
paper, 1 box at 4.00 

Louch, A. P., & Co., electrical 
supplies 

Love, W. C, expenses returning 
eloper 

MacDermott, T. H., tobacco, 3 
doz. plugs at 1.10; cigars, 2 
boxes at 2.00 

Maley, T. F., shoes, 165 prs. at 
2.00, 74 prs. at 1.75, 25 prs. at 
2.15, 61 prs. at 1.50, 37 prs. at 
2.50, 20 prs. at 1.00, 28 prs. at 
75c, 7 prs. at 3.50, 5 prs. at 
3.00, 24 prs. at 2.25; slippers, 
6 prs. at 1.00, 1 pr. at 1.25; 
socks, 24 prs. at 50c 

Mallette, Minnie E., trav. exps. 

Mallory, Ira M., sawdust, 1,200 
bus. at l%c 

Market Growers' Journal, sub- 
scription 

Martin, Geo., contract, potatoes, 
403% bus. at 80c, 2,224 1-30 
bus. at 90c 

Merchants Mfg. & Importing Co., 
ewers, 4 doz. at 4.28; basins, 

4 doz. at 4.28; cups and 
saucers, 6 doz. at 1.05; cham- 
bers, 3 doz. at 5.40; bowls. 40 
doz. at 90c; sundries, 1.75 .. 

Milne Bros., wheatine, 60 bags 
at 2.30 

Mitchell, Dr. J. C, trav. expenses 

Moffatt, D. W., brushes, 6 at 
12y 2 c, 3 at 35c, 3 at 40c. 6 
at 50c, 18 at 60c, 12 at 65c, 
6 at 75c, 9 at 1.25, 3 at 1.50.. 

Moher, M. J., trav. expenses . . 

Morrison, G. W., subscriptions 
to sundry papers, 37.50; re- 



'55 68 
13 §3 
19 00 

7 30 



851 00 
10 80 

18 00 

1 25 

2,326 06 



94 49 

138 00 
116 85 



44 86 
7 90 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



pairs to pool tables, 7.15; 
pipes, 6 at 50c.; sundries, 

4.15 

Morton, David, & iSons, Ltd., 

soap, 120 boxes at 2.40 

Mott, J. A., blacksmithing 

Mowatt, W. H., canvas, 75 yds. 
at 18c, 75 yds. at 19c, 75 
yds. at 20c; tweed, 7 yds. at 
1.50; buttons, 1 gro. at 1.90, 
1 gro. at 2.90, % gro. at 2.80, 
1 gro. at 2.65; collar, melton, 

1 yd. at 1.50; lining, 65y 2 yds. 
at 20c; sewing silk, 1 lb. at 
11.00; linen thread, 5 lbs. at 
2.85; wadding, 1 bale at 6.75; 
sundries, 80c 

Moyes Chemical Co., Ltd., chemi- 
cals 

Murray, H. F. Co., Ltd., oats, 
40 bus. at 65c, 300 bus. at 
48c, 300 bus. at 49c; bran, 6 
tons at 25.00, 2 tons at 26.00; 
cracked feed, 4 tons at 27.00, 

2 tons at 28.00; rolled wheat, 
10 bbls. at 2.90, 10 bbls. at 
3.75; flour, 1,000 lbs. at 1.75 
cwt; grinding feed, 15,437 lbs. 
at 10c cwt.; salt, 5 bags at 
95c, 3 bags at 65c, 6 bags at 
1.00; shorts, 3 tons at 27.00; 
seeds, 1.50; oil cake, 2 tons at 
38.00, 1 ton at 37.00 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., stationery 
McAvoy, John, straw, 8 tons 540 

lbs. at 9.00 

McConkey, John, coffee, 137 lbs. 
at 26c; tea, 500 lbs. at 25c; 

soap, 30 boxes at 2.30 

McCrea, E. W., hay, 6 tons 680 

lbs. at 15.00 

McDermott, Jean. trav. expenses 
McEwen, J. W., beans, 10 bus. at 
2.60, 10 bus. at 3.50, 10 bus. at 
3.10, 2 bags at 7.00; canned 
fruit, 6 doz. at 2.10, 4 doz. at 
1.75, 4 doz. at 2.25, 2 doz. at 
2.30, 2 doz. at 2.20, 2 doz. at 
2.60; canned vegetables, 4 doz. 
at 1.00, 4 doz. at 95c, 2 doz. 
at 1.05; lye, 2 cases at 3.60; 
salt, 1 bbl. at 3.00; sapolio, 
1 case at 3.05; gelatine, 4 doz. 
at 1.40; jello, 3 doz. at 1.00; 
raisins, 56 lbs. at 8c, 48 lbs. at 
liy 2 c; sugar, 2,000 lbs. at 4.25 
cwt, 1,000 lbs. at 4.80 cwt, 
2,000 lbs. at 6.50, 2,000 lbs. at 
6.15; biscuits, 63% lbs. at 8c; 
corn meal, 2 bags at 2.45, 2 
bags at 2.85; prunes, 300 lbs. 
at 9%c; lard, 100 lbs. at 
14 1 /4c; washing blue, 42 lbs. 
at 14c; molasses, 27 gals, at 



51 80 

288 00 

52 75 



109 50 

8 29 



990 65 
71 45 

74 43 



229 62 

95 10 
4 45 



27c; jam, 126 lbs. at 8c, 180 
lbs. at 8*4c; starch, 100 lbs. 
at 7c; soap, 1 case at 4.25, 1 
case at 5.25; rice, 300 lbs. at 
3.30 cwt, 200 lbs. at 4.25, 300 
lbs. at 4.00; split peas, 2 bags 
at 4.00, 2 bags at 4.25; pepper, 
30 lbs. at 21c; corn starch, 40 
lbs. at 7c; corn flakes, 2 cases 
at 3.00; sundries, 21.40; bar- 
ley, 2 bags at 3.75; corn meal, 
2 bags at 2.65; sago, 185 lbs. 
at 6c; mustard, 20 lbs. at 15c, 
6 jars at 95c; tobacco, 60 lbs. 
at 45c, 36 lbs. at 40c, 15 lbs. 
at 53c, 12 lbs. at 47c; pow- 
dered borax, 448 lbs. at S^c. . 
McGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 

chemicals, etc 

McLaren Lumber Co., Ltd., lum- 
ber 

McLean, H. L., expenses return- 
ing eloper 

National Mfg. Co., Ltd., repair- 
ing scale 

National Oil Co., chip soap, 2,309 

lbs. at 7c; cases, 3.90 

Neil, R., rubber boots, 2 prs. at 
4.25, 1 pr. at 4.00, 6 prs. at 
3.75; overshoes, 1 pr. at 1.90; 
rubber heels, 1 doz. prs. at 
2.45, % doz. prs. at 3.00; rub- 
bers, 3 prs. at 3.00; 12 prs. at 
95c; shoes, 2 prs. at 3.75, 15 
prs. at 3.00, 27 prs. at 1.50, 4 
prs. at 2.00, 7 prs. at 2.50, 3 
prs. at 3.50, 6 prs. at 2.35, 6 prs. 
at 2.30, 6 prs. at 2.20, 17 prs. at 
4.00, 18 prs. at 1.25, 17 prs. 
at 2.95, 12 prs. at 98c, 12 prs. 
at 1.65, 24 prs. at 1.15, 6 prs. 

at 2.65, 6 prs. at 2.85 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 

powder 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
contract, rolled oats, 10 bbls. 

at 4.80, 80 bbls. at 4.15 

Osborne, W. M., tapioca, 181 lbs. 
at 5y 2 c, 368 lbs. at 6c, 180 lbs. 
at 7%c; prunes, 225 lbs. at 
9%c; canned vegetables, 8 
doz. at 1.05; ginger, 5 lbs. at 
23c; canned fruit, 4 doz. at 
1.10, 4 doz. at 1.80, 4 doz. at 
2.25, 2 doz. at 1.95, 2 doz. at 
1.90, 2 doz. at 2.35, 2 doz. at 
2.10; biscuits, 32 lbs. at 8c; 
split peas, 2 bags at 3.90, 2 
bags at 4.75; sapolio, 2 cases 
at 3.10; tobacco, 75 lbs. at 45c, 
24 lbs. at 40c; beans, 10 bus. 
at 2.50; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 
7c, 40 lbs. at 8%c; cocoa, 2 



899 42 



168 60 
3 34 



4 45 



15 00 



165 53 



458 16 



150 46 



380 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



doz. at 2.60; syrup, 684 lbs. at 
4c, 698 lbs. at 4%c; coffee, 
133 lbs. at 32c; rice, 200 lbs. 
at 4*4c; sal. soda, 375 lbs. at 
1.15 cwt; corn flakes, 1 case at 
3.10; jam, 42 lbs. at 8%c; 
gelatine, 1 doz. at 1.50; corn 
meal, 2 bags at 2.70; soap, 1 
case at 5.30; vinegar, 31 gals. 
at 25c; evaporated apples, 200 
lbs. at 13c; jelly powder, 2 
doz. at 1.00; shoe polish, 4 
doz. at 1.00; corn meal, 3 bags 
at 2.60; barley, 3 bags at 3.50; 
starch, 100 lbs. at 7c, 100 lbs. 
at 7%c; salt, 5 bags at 1.50; 
1 bbl. at 3.25; cocoanut, 10 lbs. 
at 21c; lard, 120 lbs. at 14^4 c, 
60 lbs. at 14% c; canned sal- 
mon, 4 doz. at 2.45; flavoring 
extract, 2 doz. at 95c; sugar, 
2,000 lbs. at 4.25 cwt., 1,000 
lbs. at 5.65, 1,000 lbs. at 6.05; 

sundries, 5.99 683 64 

-Perfection Sanitary Brush Co., 
Tttilk can brushes, % doz. at 

7.20 1 80 

?Pike, D., & Co., Ltd., flag 16 00 

^Postmaster, postage stamps, 

.275.00; rent of P. O. box, 3.50 278 50 
Price, Herbert E., blacksmithing 131 43 
Public Health Journal, subn... 2 00 

Race, Irene, trav. expenses .... 6 40 

Read, F. G., Christmas trees, 5 

at 1.00 5 00 

Recorder Printing Co., subscrip- 
tion to Daily Recorder, 2 
copies, 12.00; advertising, 6.55 18 7j 
Reilly, W., services in orchestra 23 00 
Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

typewriter 125 00 

Reynolds, W. B., & Co., contract, 
coal, 3 tons 1,650 lbs. at 8.50, 
33 tons 335 lbs. at 6.85, 110 
tons 40 lbs. at 7.00, 2,686 tons 
495 lbs. at 4.95, 431 tons at 

6.95 17,322 06 

Ritchie, P. J., pipes, 2 doz. at 
3.00; cigars, 300 at 4.16%, 200 
at 7.00; tobacco, 24 tins at 

10c; sundries, 1.05 35 95 

Ronuk, Ltd., floor polish, 7 lbs. 

at 40c 2 80 

Rudd, Chas. R., & Co., blankets, 
6 at 2.50, 2 at 3.00, 1 at 4.00; 
mitts, 4 doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 
5.00, 1 doz. at 3.25; whip, 1 at 
1.50, 1 at 1.00; bells, 6 strings 
at 90c; hames, 1 pr. at 1.00; 
hame tugs, 1 pr. at 1.25, 1 pr. 
at 1.50; collars, 2 at 2.75, 1 at 
5.00; harness, 1 set at 15.25; 



fly blankets, 2 at 1.25; sponges, 
2 at 50c, 2 at 65c; repairs to 
harness, 132.79; hood, 1 at 
2.75; halter, 1 at 1.75; traces, 
1 pr. at 3.50, 1 pr. at 3.00, 1 
pr. at 4.00; lines, 1 set at 4.25; 
horse covers, 16 at 3.40; halter 
shanks, 4 at 75c; brushes, 6 
at 35c; chamois, 4 pieces at 
50c 

Sanders, Jas. L. P., coffee, 120 
lbs. at 26c; canned fruit, 10 
doz. at 2.25, 8 doz. at 2.07, 2 
doz. at 1.40, 4 doz. at 1.50, 2 
doz. at 2.65; lard, 200 lbs. at 
16c ; vinegar, 42 gals, at 24c; 
rice, 500 lbs. at 3.50 cwt, 300 
lbs. at 3.83; lye, 3 cases at 
3.60, 2 cases at 3.75; sugar, 
2,000 lbs. at 4.01 cwt, 1,000 lbs. 
at 4.41, 2,000 lbs. at 6.51; 
cocoanut, 1»< lbs. at 20c; wash- 
ing blue, 28 lbs. at 14c; syrup, 
690 lbs. at 4c; cream tartar, 
10 lbs. at 60c; canned salmon, 
4 doz. at 2.67; chocolate, 12 
lbs. at 37c; pickles, 1 doz. at 
3.50; soap, 1 case at 5.60; 
evaporated apples, 200 lbs. at 
7c; starch, 100 lbs. at 7c; 
pepper, 20 lbs. at 22c; prunes, 
285 lbs. at 8^4c, 300 lbs. at 
9%c; tapioca, 361 lbs, at 
5%c, 318 lbs. at 6%c; cocoa, 
1 doz. at 2.10; sapolio, 2 cases 
at 3.00; tobacco, 90 lbs. at 
45c ; canned vegetables, 8 doz. 
at 97%c; salt, 6 bags at 1.35; 
sundries, 23.61 

Seekings, Geo., stove paste, 3 
doz. at 95c; cocoa, 8 doz. at 
1.40; washing blue, 14 lbs. at 
14c; evaporated apples, 500 
lbs. at 10y 2 c, 200 lbs. at 
13 ^c; jelly powder, 4 doz. at 
90c; prunes, 500 lbs. at 7%c; 
pickles, 1 doz. at 3.15; coffee, 
131 lbs. at 27c; rice, 500 lbs. 
at 3%c, 200 lbs. at 4^4c; 
sugar, 2,000 lbs. at 4.06 cwt; 
sardines, 2 doz. at 1.50; bis- 
cuits, 31% lbs. at 8%c; corn 
flakes, 1 case at 3.10; soap, 1 
case at 5.25; currants, 82% 
lbs. at 10c; mustard, 10 lbs. 
at 28c; corn meal, 2 bags at 
2.70; lard, 60 lbs. at 14%c; 
vinegar, 31 gals, at 25c; jam, 
30 lbs. at 8%c; salt, 5 bags at 
1.35; split peas, 1 bag at 4.50; 
shredded wheat, 1 case at 4.00; 
grape fruit, 2 cases at 3.75; 



300 99 



698 92 



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Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 



syrup, 681 lbs. at 4 1 / 4c; 
brooms, 1 doz. at 3.25; starch, 
100 lbs. at 7c, 140 lbs. at 
7%c; tobacco, 114 lbs. at 46c, 
120 lbs. at 45c, 36 lbs. at 40c; 
shoe polish, 3 doz. at 1.00; can- 
ned fruit, 4 doz. at 2.30, 4 doz. 
2.22y 2 , 6 doz. at 1.75, 2 doz. at 
1.95, 2 doz. at 2.50, 2 doz. at 
2.25; sago, 186 lbs. at 6c; 
tapioca, 180 lbs. at 5%c, 181 
lbs. at 7%c; sundries, 7.29.. 615 42 

Sharer, A. E., soap, 4 boxes at 
4.25; starch, 217 lbs. at 7c; 
currants, 85% lbs. at 7%c; 
jelly powder, 5 doz. at 1.00; 
cocoa, 24 lbs. at 45c; corn 
starch, 80 lbs. at 7%c; pepper, 
25 lbs. at 21c; tobacco, 60 lbs. 
at 46c, 24 lbs. at 45c, 24 lbs. 
at 40c; salt, 7 bags at 1.50; 
sapolio, 1 case at 3.00; evapor- 
ated peaches, 400 lbs. at lie; 
evaporated apples, 400 lbs. at 
lie; rice, 500 lbs. at 3.35 
cwt.; split peas, 2 bags at 
4.00; canned salmon, 4 doz. at 
2.25; canned vegetables, 4 doz. 
at 95c; sundries, 19.71; sugar, 
2,000 lbs. at 4.30 cwt., 2,000 
lbs. at 4.00 cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 
4.40 cwt.; mustard, 6 jars at 
85c; canned fruit, 18 doz. at 
2.25, 6 doz. at 2.20, 8 doz. at 
2.00, 4 doz. at 2.35, 4 doz. at 
1.50; corn meal, 3 bags at 
2.50; flavoring extract, 5 pints 
at 1.00; biscuits, 77 lbs. at 8c; 
macaroni, 50 lbs. at 7*4c; 
prunes, 600 lbs. at 9c; barley, 
2 bags at 3.50; beans, 10 bus. 

. at 2.50; tapioca, 181 lbs. at 
5 1 /4c; sago, 177 lbs. at 6c; 
lard, 100 lbs. at 15c; figs, 342 
lbs. at 6c 736 67 

Sheridan & Power, coal oil, 
352 1-10 gals, at 20c; pails, 10 
at 20c; creamers, 3 at 1.25; 
iron hardware, etc., 4.98; gar- 
bage pails, 3 at 1.00; bread 
pans, 100 at 25c; roasting 
pans, 1 doz. at 3.00 112 15 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 
pairs to machines 1 75 

Smart, Jas., Mfg. Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc., 21.08; mowers, 
6 at 4.50 48 08 

Smith, E. F„ beans. 10 bus. at 
2.60; canned fruit, 6 doz. at 
2.10; cocoanut, 10 lbs. at 20c; 
jam, 12 pails at 60c; pepper, 
10 lbs. at 20c; rice, 500 lbs. 



at 3.18; tobacco, 24 lbs. at 40c, 
45 lbs. at 45c; tapioca, 181 lbs. 
at 5%c.;, sugar, 2,000 lbs. at 
4.25; sundries, 12.53; corn 
meal, 2 bags at 2.60; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at 6>%c; evap- 
orated peaches, 300 lbs. at 
10%c; prunes, 300 lbs. at 
10%e; starch, 100 lbs. at 7c; 
canned vegetables, 6 doz. at 
1.10; wHoks, 2 doz. at 1.50; 
sal sod- 375 lbs. at 1.00 cwt. 294 18 
Smith, E.. 'ces in orchestra 8 00 

Smith, Ceo. A., ^rav. expenses.. 12 10 
Stagg, Fred A., fish, 16,995 lbs. 
at 7%c, 36y 2 lbs. at 14c, 360 
lbs. at 10c, 36 lbs. at 12 %c, 
2 lbs. 12c, 6% lbs. at 20c, 2 
lbs. at 21i/ 2 c, 2 lbs. at 15c... 1,322 81 
Stayner's Drug Store, drugs and 

chemicals, etc., 151 56 

St. Catharines Cold Storage & 
Forwarding Co., Ltd., arsenate 
of lead, 100 lbs. at 8.25, 100 lbs. 
at 7.50; bluestone, 500 lbs. at 
6%e; repairs to implements, 

15.30 63 55 

Steacy, B. D., lantern globes, 1 
doz. at 1.35, 1 doz. at 1.00, 2 
doz. at 85c; lantern burners, 
1 doz. at 1.20, 2 doz. at 1.40; 
saws, 2 at 1.50, 1 at 4.50, 1 at 
4.00, 2 at 1.25, 1 at 2.50; 
brooms, 2 at 85c, 3 at 75c; 
butcher knives, 4 at 35c; 
putty knives, 6 at 20c; bar- 
rows, 2 at 2.50, 2 at 4.00; 
gasoline, 45 gals, at 35c; soup 
strainers, 4 at 45c; drawer 
locks, 2 doz. at 5.00, 1 doz. at 
5.40; wardrobe locks, 2 doz. at 
8.50, 1 doz. at 9.00, 2 doz. at 
7.20; Le Page's glue, 4 qts. at 
85c; fire-irons, 1 set at 7.50; 
chamois, 4 at 75c; kettle, 1 
at 2.25, 1 at 1.10; pails, 1 doz. 
at 2.50; gas range, 1 at 43.00; 
iron hardware, etc., 220.29; 
paint, oils, etc., 36.55; gas 
mantles, 1 doz. at 2.25, V 2 doz. 
at 3.00; lanterns, 10 at 
75c; flue cleaner, 1 at 2.75, 1 
at 3.00, 2 at 3.50, 2 at 2.75; 
scoops, 9 at 1.15; axes, 12 at 
1.15, 3 at 1.10; rubber pack- 
ing, 112% lbs. at 50c, 38% lbs. 
at 1.00; tool set, 1 at 1.25; 
tacks, 18 doz. at 35c, 6 doz. at 
33c; carvers, 4 sets at 3.50; 
buckets, 3 at 75c, 6 at 25c, 1 
at 1.25, 1 at 2.50, 6 at 45c, 6 
at 35c; brushes, 2 at 1.15, 4 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Brockville— Continued. 

Expenses— Continued. 

at 1.50, 6 at 33Vi»c. f 36 at 30c, gro. at 3.20; draw knives, 1 at 

Ms doz. at 3.50, M» doz. at 3.00, 1.75; picture wire, 3 doz. at 

5 doz. at 2.50; crumb tray, 1 1.00; spading forks, 3 at 1.00, 

at 2.75; rubber matting, 6Ms 3 at 1.15; spades, 10 at 75c; 

lbs. at 50c; hot-water heater, thermometers, 2 at 50c; bees- 

15.00; rakes, 1 doz. at 8.50, wax, 6 lbs. at 50c; padlocks, 6 

% doz. at 9.00; pruning at 85c, 6 at 30c; clothes 

knife, 1.25; hoes, 1 doz. hooks, 1 gro. at 1.80; oil 

at 6.00, 1 doz. at 7.2*5; planes, coats, 2 at 4.50; food chopper, 

1 at 1.40, 1 at 2.00; ratchet 1 at 1.75; coffee p rcolator, 1 

brace, 1 at 1.25, 1 at 1.00; at 4.50; dustpans, 1 doz. at 

steel square, 1 at 1.00; shears, 1.10; carvers,. 2 sets at 2.75; 

1 pair at 1.75, 1 pr. at 1.15, 3 spray pumps, 3 at 1.25; dip- 

prs. at 75c, 1 pr. at 1.00, 2 pers, 1% doz. at 2.40; snips, 

prs. at 1.35; tape line, 1 at 1 pr. at 3.50, 1 pr. at 3.25; 

3.75; socket chisels, 1 set at roaster, 1 at 2.00; pipe cutter, 

4.50; baskets, 3 at 50c, 2 doz. 1 at 3.50, 1 at 4.50; waste, 19V 2 

at 1.75; manure forks, % doz. lbs. at 15c; scythes, 2 at 1.00; 

at 13.20; wash boards, 1 doz. plane, 1 at 10.00; sheet zinc, 

at 2.75; extract oak, 480 lbs. 27 lbs. at 10c; blind cord, 1 

at 6c; jelly moulds, 1 at 1.35, doz. at 3.00; potato fryer, 1 

1 at 1.25; solder, 21 lbs. at at 5.75; drawer pulls, 4 doz. at 
35c, 5 lbs. at 30c; snow 85c; rope, 16 lbs. at 17c; key 
shovels, 3 at 85c; whisks, 1 rings, 1% doz. at 1.10; glass 
doz. at 3.25, 1 doz. at 1.50; cutters, 3 at 45c; ladder rope, 
leather belting, 33 ft. at 42c, 72 yds. at 30c; tea pots, 3 at 
35 ft. at 35c; skates, 12 prs. 1.15; sad irons, 6 at 50c; fork 
at 60c; curling stones and handles, 1 doz. at 2.25, % doz. 
handles, 1 pr. at 23.00; curl- at 2.40; pick handles, 6 at 25c 1,225 48 
ing stones, handles and bolts, Steacy, F. B., soup spoons, 1 doz. 

3 prs. at 4.25; dry cells, 12 at 7.50; repairing watch, 

at 25c; razor strops, 12 at 2.50 10 00 

35c; friction wheel, 2 at 3.50; Steacy, J. M., maple syrup, 45 

valves, 6 at 70c, .3 at 4.00; gals, at 1.00 45 00 

rulers, 3 at 65c; washing soda, Steele. Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

375 lbs. at l%c, 375 lbs. at seeds. . . ■ 302 30 

l%c; tubs, % doz. at 15.00, 8 Stephens, H. A., livery hire 4 50 

at 85c; ice tongs, 3 prs. at Stephens, Welch & Co.. diamond 

2.25, 3 prs. at 2.75; belt laces, cleaner, 375 lbs. at 3c 11 25 

5 13-16 lbs. at 1.20; gasoline St. Lawrence Lawn Bowling 

torches, 2at 90c; knife, 1 Association, entrance fees for 

at 1.00; 2 at 1.50; locks, 6 patients 24 00 

at 1.00; wrench, 1 at 2.25, Stewart, J. <H„ & Son, chicken, 

2 at 50c, 2 at 75c, 1 at 26 lbs. at 22c; turkey, 35 lbs. 
2.50, 2 at 2.00, 2 at 1.25; at 28c; lamb, 65*4 lbs. at 22c, 
hinges, 4 prs. at 35c, 6 at 50c; 82V> lbs. at 25c, 8% lbs. at 

hose, 100 ft. at 17c; picks, 2 30c 53 14 

at 65c; shovels, 2V 2 doz. at Stewart, Walter, trav. expenses 4 00 

8.50, 1-6 doz. at 10.20, y 2 doz. Stoddart, >H. B., seeds 11 28 

at 8.40; charcoal, 6 bags at Stratton, R. T., services in or- 

20c; casters, 4 sets at 35c; chestra 24 00 

hay forks, 1 doz. at 7.25; sad Stratton, k., eggs, 11 doz." at 

irons, 3 at 45c, 3 at 85c; pipe 30c, 14 doz. at 20c, 12 doz. 

cutting wheels, 8 at 40c ; at 23c 8 86 

scythe snaths. 2 at 1.00, 2 at Streight, W. X, soap, 2,441 lbs. 

85c; cream freezer, 1 at 3.50; at 7c; engine oil, 30 gals, at 

scrub brushes, 3 doz. at 1.50; 55c; barrels, 4.85 192 22 

oil heater, 1 at 4.75; sink Sundry newspapers, advertis- 
plungers, 2 at 75c; razors, y 2 t ing re fuel and sunnlies .... 106 91 

doz. at 15.00, 1 at 1.75; gar- Swarts, A. H., interments, 

lock packing, 8V 2 lbs. at 75c; 140.00; twine, 18 lbs. at 25c, 

kettle, 1 at 1.50; spark guard, 2V 2 lbs. at 60c; 1 mattress, 

1 at 3.45; brass screws, 1 27.00; covering, 5 yds. at 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 






1.75, 4 yds. at 1.50, 4V 2 yds. 

at 3.50; sundries, 95c 

Sykes, A. G., crocks, 2 at 1.75; 
vinegar bottles, 16 at 20c; 
fruit stands, 6 at 50c; cups 
and saucers, 20 doz. at 80c... 

Tackaberry, H., ice 

Tandy, JL.., linen, 2 yds. at 1.45 
Taylor, Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 

castings 

Thompson, Joseph, pepper, 20 
lbs. at 21c, 5 lbs. at 31%c; 
canned fruit, 4 doz. at 2.30, 8 
doz. at 2.05, 4 doz. at 1.50, 2 
doz. at 2.55, 2 doz. at 1.35; 
barley, 2 bags at 3.45; beans, 
4 bus. at 2.40; tapioca, 358 lbs. 
at 5Mc; canned salmon, 4 
doz. at 2.20; salt, 3 sacks at 
1.00, 1 bbl. at 3 05; shredded 
wheat, 1 case at 3.80; tobacco, 
48 lbs. at 40c, 90 lbs. at 45c; 
lard, 100 lbs. at 15%c; 
pickles, 1 doz. at 3.05; vinegar, 
39 gals, at 26V2C.; sapolio, 2 
cases at 3.00; eggs, 360 doz. at 
20c, 480 doz. at 22c; prunes, 
300 lbs. at 8%c; biscuits, 
60% lbs. at 8c; syrup, 674 lbs. 
at 3%c; sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 
4.40 cwt, 2,000 lbs. at 4.00; 
soap, 2 boxes at 4.25; starch, 
100 lbs. at 7c; corn flakes, 1 
case at 3.00; turkey, 540 lbs. 
at 22 1 /2 c; mustard, 3 jars at 
80c; geese, 621 lbs. at 15c; 
canned vegetables, 4 doz. at 
SIV2C.; split peas, 2 bags at 
3.95; rice, 500 lbs. at 3.45 
cwt.; evaporated apples, 400 
lbs. at lOyjc; evaporated 
peaches, 200 lbs. at 10%c; 
sundries, 15 99 

Thompson, Ross, repairs to im- 
plements, 26.45; drag-harrow, 
1 at 23.00; tedder, 1 at 
48.00; wagon, 1 at 75.00 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., laundry supplies 

Treasurer School .Sec Twp., 
Elizabethtown, County Leeds, 
allowance in lieu of taxes . . 

Tugwell, H. €., & Co., Ltd., 
photographic supplies 

Turner, Geo., services in orches- 
tra 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Voultz, F., subscription to 
Montreal Herald 

Vout, R. W., tea, 1,200 lbs. at 
24c 

Walker & Sons, seeds 



204 45 



25 70 

435 55 

2 90 



57 



894 11 



172 


45 


86 


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24 


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46 


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63 


10 


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288 
13 


00 
50 



Warran, Fred., apple vinegar, 

10 gals, at 25c 2 50 

Warner, W., services in orches- 
tra 48 00 

Watchorn & Co., Ltd., tweed, 
494y 2 yds. at 45c, 307 yds. at 

55c 392 48 

Webster, John, cheese, 340 lbs. 
at 14c, 1,162 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 861 
lbs. at 15c, 345 lbs. at 15^0., 

521 lbs. at 15y 2 c 478 58 

Whalen, M. E., trav. expenses.. 15 15 
Whalen, J. V., beans, 10 tins at 
2.60; rice, 300 lbs. at 3V,c; 
soap, 2 boxes at 4.25; tobacco, 
45 lbs. at 45c; sugar, 1,000 
lbs. at 4.71 cwt.; coffee, 117 
lbs. at 26c; canned fruit, 4 
doz. at 2.10, 4 doz. at 2.35; 
salt, 1 bbl. at 3.10; starch, 100 
lbs. at 7c; pepper, 20 lbs. at 
22c; evaporated apples, 350 
lbs. at 14%.c; fly paper, 1 case 

at 4.00; sundries, 4.87 233 94 

Whyte Packing Co., Ltd., con- 
tract, butter, 15,868 lbs. at 
28V 2 c, 8,693 lbs. at 27c; eggs, 
360 doz. at 32c, 2,280 doz. at 
38c, 540 doz. at 23c, 180 doz. 
at 26c, 720 doz. at 29c, 180 

doz. at 27c 8,279 49 

Williams, James, drugs, chemi- . 

cals, etc 165 50 

Wiseman, E., services in or- 
chestra 2 00 

Wiseman, E., men's suits, 12 at 

8.50; overalls, 1 doz. at 12.00; 

boots, 12 prs. at 1.75, 6 prs. at 

2.80; smocks, 1 doz. at 12.00.. 164 40 

Wiser, J. P., & Sons, Ltd., 

spirits for medical use 87 72 

Wilson, George, pail, 1 at 50c; 
milk cans, 4 at 4.20; sundries, 

1.00 18 30 

Wood, W. H., sawdust, 300 bus. 

at 2c 6 00 

Wright, H. B., & Co., oranges, 

2 boxes at 4.25, 6 boxes at 
3.75, 5 boxes at 3.25, 1 box at 
4.00, 3 doz. at 50c, 3 doz. at 
60c; figs, 10 lbs. at 20c; 
cranberries, 1 bbl. at 12.50; 
grapes, 1 bbl. at 6.50; ice 
cream, 27 gals, at 160; 
bananas, 1 bunch at 2.30, 1 
bunch at 2.35, 1 bunch at 
2.40, 6 bunches, at 2.15, 2 
bunches at 2.50, 1 bunch at 
2.00, 1 bunch at 1.90; ppars, 5 
bas. at 75c; peaches. 2 has. 
at 1.25; berries, 26 fcoxes at 
14c, 32 boxes at 18c, 32 boxes 
at 17c; oysters, 11 qts. at 



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Hospital for the Insane, Brockville.— Continued. 



60c; lemons, 4% boxes at 
4.25, 1 box at 5.50, 2 boxes at 
6.50, 10 doz. at 40c; candy, 
218 lbs. at 23c 19 boxes at 
60c, 1 box at 1.00; nuts, 200 
lbs. at 18c; sundries, 12.23... 
Wright, Robert, & Co., gloves, 
1 doz. at 10.68; suspenders, 
6 doz. at 3.00; ties, 1 doz. at 
3.00, 1 doz. at 2.35; sateen, 47 
yds. at 50c; flannel, 60 yds. 
at 30c, 57% yds. at 25c, 41 
yds. at 27c, 56 yds. at 33c; 
table linen, 275% yds. at 
55c, 245% yds. at 50c, 79% 
yds. at 60c; hose, 8 doz. at 
1.75, 4 doz. at 3.00, 4 doz at 
1.40; corset laces, 2 gro. at 
2.00, 2 gro. at 2.25; pins, 12 
pkgs. at 17c; thimbles, 1 box 
at 2.25; ticking, 685% yds. at 
25c; carpet cleaners, 3 at 
10.00; envelope moistener, 1 at 
3.00; towels, 2 doz. at 6.00, 3 
doz. at 3.00; comforter, 1 at 
10.00; butter dishes, 30 at 
25c; vegetable dishes, 42 at 
60c, 8 at 65c; soup plates, 2 
doz. at 90c, 7 doz. at 95c, 10 
doz. at 70c; mitts, 1 doz. at 
6.00; thread, 14% gro. at 5.75; 
buttons, 8% gro. at 2.10, 9 gro. 
at 90c, 1 great gro. at 2.25; 
1 cabinet, 6.00; cups and 
saucers, 38 doz. at 1.00, % 
doz. at 5.50, 20 doz. at 45c, 1 
doz. at 2.75, 10 doz. at 50c; 
sweaters, 2 at 3.25, 18 at 1.25, 
3 at 1.40; batts, 2 bale at 
10.00; toweling, 254 yds. at 
12y 2 c, 663 yds. at 14c, 250y 2 
yds. at 15c; shaker flannel, 
529 yds at 16c, '61% yds. at 
10c, 276% yds. at 17c, 300% 
yds. at 14c; collars, 3 doz. at 
3.00, 3 doz. at 1.50; sundries, 
209.41; quilts, 1 at 6.00, 6% 
doz. at 21.00, 1 at 7.50; ribbon, 
5 yds. at 20c, 5 yds. at 15c, 
15 yds. at 10c, 16 yds. at 
12%c, 18 yds. at 30c, 25 yds. 
at 12c, 35 yds. at 3c; aprons, 
1% doz. at 6.00, 1 doz. at 3.60; 
corsets, 1 pr. at 2.00, 5 doz. at 
10.50; waste-paper baskets, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

6 at 55c; note paper, 48 boxes 
at 15c; curtain net, 88 yds. ' 
at 25c, 927% yds. at 30c; 
table oil cloth, 8 pieces at 
4.50; cheese cloth, 1,608% yds. 
327 69 at 5c; shoe laces, 44 gro. at 
1.00; plates, 20 doz. at 85c, 1 
doz. at 2.00, 1 doz. at 1.75; 
playing cards, 3 doz. at 2.00; 
baskets, 2% doz. at 12.00, % 
doz. at 15.00; chintz, 6% yds. 
at 69c; lawn, 24 yds. at 18c; 
tumblers, 12 doz. at 30c, 10 
doz. at 60c; satin, 15 yds. at 
80c; bowls, 11 doz. at 90c; 
platters, 6 at 40c, 5 at 45c; 
shawls, 1 doz. at 34.00, 1 doz. 
at 30.00, 1 doz. at 39.00, 1 doz. 
at 3.50; raffia, 23 lbs. at 
55c; pitchers, 36 at 25c, 36 at 
35c, 12 at 45c, 24 at 30c, 42 
at 20c; combs, 42 doz. at 1.00; 
butcher's linen, 147% yds. at 
25c; boiler, 1 at 1.25; art 
muslin, 12 yds. at 30c; trays, 
2 at 68c, 4 at 1.00; mosquito 
netting, 30 yds. at 8c; skirt, 
1 at 6.50; embroidery linen, 
6 yds. at 1.50; handkerchiefs, 
8 doz. at 1.00; tea pot, 1 at 
3.25; gravy dish, 1 doz. at 
2.50, 1 doz. at 2.40; sugar 
bowls, 7 at 25c; jardinieres, 1 
at 2.00; silk, 9 yds. at 25c; 
tapestry, 12 yds. at 1.10, 9% 
yds. at 1.50, 10 yds. at 90c, 
42% yds. at 1.00, 14 yds. at 
75c; sheeting, 6 yds. at 80c, 
26% yds. at 50c; lamp wick, 
6 doz. yds. at 35c; balls, 100 
at 8c; napkins, 1 doz. at 4.35; 
cotton, 228% yds. at 8c, 53% 
yds. at 15c; pillow cotton, 
13% yds. at 30c; chamber 
sets, 12 at 1.00; duck, 87% 
yds. at 16c; soup tureen, 
4 at 1.60; print, 517 yds. at 
12c; furniture covering, 25 
yds. at 90c; belts, 1 doz. 
at 3.00; blouses, 3 at 98c; 
gimp, 10% doz. yds. at 60c; 
hair brushes, % doz. at 10.00; 
slop jar, 1 at 1.85; fruit set, 
1 at 2.25 2,966 56 



Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. 

Salaries ($12,114.37) 

T. J. Moher, M.D. : ,Six months' salary as Superintendent 1,300 00 

Geo. €. Kidd. M.D.: Four do Acting Superintendent 400 00 

T.C.S. Elliott, M.D.: Eleven do Consulting Physician 229 00 

H. J. iSpence: Twelve do Bursar . . 1,500 00 



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169 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg.— Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued. 



Twelve months' salary as Matron 550 00 



L. Gurd: 

J. MoDonough: do 

Thos. Niles: do 

Andrew McGwan: do 

Jas. Brewster: do 

Supervisors: 

Attendants: 

Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses : 

Seamstress: 

Stokers : 

Nurses: 



Baker . . . 
Engineer 
Gardener . 
Carpenter 



750 00 
750 00 
650 00 
360 00 
708 00 
324 00 
586 20 
360 00 
432 00 
175 50 
1,155 00 
1,884 67 



Expenses ($13,360.52) 



: 



Allen, W. L., & Co., shovels, 1 at 
1.00' snow shovels, 2 at 50c; 
thermometers, 3 at 50c; lace 
leather, 4 lbs. at 1.20; weather 
strips, 25 ft. at 4c; iron hard- 
ware, etc., 15.15; leather belt- 
ing, 4 ft. at 57c; cupboard 
locks, 6 at 40c; packing, 4% 
lbs. at 85c, 10 lbs. at 75c; 
paints, oils, etc, 4.00 44 67 

Allport, F. D., hairpins, 9 pkgs. 

at 15c 1 35 

American Medical Association, 

annual subscription 6 50 

Arkley, L. M., services analyzing 
coal 6 00 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical Co., 
Ltd., soap, 2,646 lbs. at 7c, ■ 
1,072 lbs. at 7 1 / 2 c; sal soda, 
1,125 lbs. at 90c cwt; am- 
monia powder, 1,103 lbs. at 3c 308 84 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
2.70; rent of instruments, 
69.00 

Bowen, J. S„ & Co., Christmas 
decorations 

Bray, James, lamb, 17 lbs. at 15c, 
1441/, ibs. at 17c, 61 lbs. at 
19c, 196% lbs. at 20c 

Brinning, W. J., repairing shoes, 

1.60; laces, 1 gro. at 1.25 

rock, W. R., Co., Ltd., skirting, 
111% yds. at 13V>c; galatea, 
228 Vo yds. at 14y 2 c; print, 
397% yds. at 10c, 230% yds. 
at 8c; repp, 42 yds. at 15c; 
uniform cloth, 130% yds. at 
16c; linen, 45 yds. at 80c; 
flannelette, 583% yds. at lie; 
warp, 4 bdl. at 1.55, 4 bdl. at 
1.60; sheeting, 346y 2 yds. at 
30c; scrim, 137 yds. at 22 1 / 2 c; 
less discount, 14.28 366 93 

Bulger, K. M., musical services. 37 00 

Bursar, to pay sundries 2 00 

Canada Customs, duty charges. . 13 13 



71 


70 


1 


50 


78 


00 


2 


85 



Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Northern Express, ex- 
press charges 

Canadian Printing Co., blank 
books 

C. P. Ry. Co's Tel., messages... 

Cann, .Samuel, ice, 158% tons at 
80c; sawdust, 121 bags at 10c 

Central Ontario Poultry Yards, 
cockerel 

Central Press Agency, advertis- 
ing 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms, 4 doz. at 4.00; shoes, 
10 pr. at 1.60; yarn, 100 lbs. 
at 55c; cases, 55c 

Chapman, Thomas, drawing 
manure, 34 loads at 35c ; man- 
ure, 6 loads at 85c 

Chapman & Paton, drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc '. 

Clarke, Percy, sheet holders, 4 
at 35c 

Oobourg Gardens, rhubarb, 3 doz. 
at 40c 

Cobourg Sentinel Star, advertis- 
ing, 2.25; printing, 2.50 

Cobourg Utilities Corporation, 
Ltd., electric current, 532.02; 
water rates, 474.01; gas, 12.43 

Commercial Oil Co., paints, oils, 
etc 

Crossen Car Co., Ltd., repairs to 
plant 

Crozier, H., Estate of, sugar, 400 
libs, at 4.65; gooseberries, 3 
bas. at 1.00; sundries, 2.25 . . . 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; less 
discount, 24c 

De Lany, Wm., Estate of, repairs 
to utensils 

Denton. D., seed bulbs, etc 

Dom. Express 'Co., charges 

Dundas, A. R., kettle, 1 at 1.50; 
sauce pans, 2 at 60c, 3 at 35c, 



10 


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10 


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138 


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5 


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87 55 

17 00 

21 90 

1 40 

1 20 

4 75 

1,018 46 

34 79 
8 20 

23 85 

11 76 

75 

14 25 

35 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



1 at 75c; scrub brushes, 3 doz. 
at 2.30; pails, 2 at 65c; dish 
pans, 4 at 85c; putz cream, 
6 bot. at 25c; asbestos wick, 
1 doz. balls at 1.80; solder, 6 
lbs. at 35c; rubber packing, 3 
lbs. at 50c; iron hardware, 
35.64; strainers, 2 at 2.50; 
toilet paper, 1 case at 5.00, 
1 case at 5.50; valves, 1 at 
2.30, 1 at 1.85; tea pots, 2 at 
1.25; hose, 100 ft. at 10c; 
plumbing repairs, 35.47; 
stock pot, 1 at 4.50; wash 

board, % doz. at 3.00 

Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., gasket tubing 3 3-16 
lbs. at 1.25; gaskets, 5 5-16 lbs. 

at 1.00 

Ed wart, D., shoes, 1 pr. at 2.00; 

laces, 1 gro. at 1.00 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 75 lbs. at 

30c * 

Floyd, W. H., shoes, 86 pr. at 

1.55; laces, 1 gro. at 1.10 

George, R., lettuce, 18 bun. 
75c; 12 Ibun. 50c; plants, 

etc, 21.05 

Gillard, James, paints, oils, etc, 
6.45; iron hardware, etc., ^0c 
Goody, James, services packing 

ice, 2 days at 1.50 

Goody, Mrs. Mary, apples, 2 bbls. 

at 1.50. 6 bbls. at 1.00 

Graham, Chas. R., tray expenses 

G. T. Ry.,. freight charges 

Greer, George, livery hire 

Grosgean, J. L., honey, 50 lbs. at 

10c 

G. 'N. W. Tel. Co., messages 

Guillet, E., sugar, 900 lbs. at 4.30, 
400 lbs. at 4.40. 400 lbs. at 4.50, 
400 lbs. at 4.70, 200 lbs. at 
4.80, 200 lbs. at 4.90, 400 lbs. at 
4.97, 200 lbs. at '725; sago, 20 
lbs. at 7y 2 e; lard, 40 lbs. at 
17c; coffee, 75 lbs. at 27c; 
chicory, 39 lbs. at 15c; nuts, 
2 lbs. at 50c, 40 lbs. at 17c; 
fish, 75 lbs. at 10c, 15 lbs. at 
lie; canned salmon, 43 doz. 
at 1.75; oranges, 1 case at 
3.60, 1 case at 3.50, 4 doz. 
at 35c; cream of wheat, 30 
lbs. at 18c; grapes, 6 lbs. at 
20c; geese, 30 lbs. at 16c; 
potatoes, 124 bags at 90c; 
eggs, 72 doz. at 19c, 282 doz. 
at 20c, 180 doz. at 21c, 300 
doz. at 22c, 47 doz. at 25c, 12 
doz. at 30c, 30 doz. at 31c, 10 
doz. at 32c, 12 doz. at 38c, 17 



132 26 



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30 


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40 


22 


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85 


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9 


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6 


70 


1 


76 


10 


00 


5 


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25 



doz. at 42c, 2 doz. at 45c; sun- 
dries, 62.14; canned vege- 
tables, 2 doz. at 95c, 6 doz. at 
1.00, 2 doz. at 1.05; rice, 222 
lbs at 4c, 168 lbs. at 4%c; 
raisins, 111 lbs. at 10c, 6 lbs. 
at lie, 30 lbs. at 12c; cur- 
rants, 63 lbs. at 8c, 20 lbs. at 
10c; bacon, 18% lbs at 24c, 
19 lbs. at 23c, 8y 2 lbs. at 25c; 
rolled oats, 80 lbs. at 2%c; 
candy, 75 lbs., at 9y>e; cran- 
berries, 10 qts.^at 12M>c; ham, 
47y 8 lbs. at 23c; celery, 1 doz. 
at 1.50; chicken, 22% lbs. at 
20c; cornmeal, 160 lbs. at 
2y 2 c, 320 lbs. at 2%c, 72 lbs. 
at 3c; figs, 32 lbs. at 5y 2 e; 
tobacco, 2 lbs. at 50c; seed 
potatoes, 1 bag, 1.25; dried 
apples, 60 lbs. at 5V..C, 160 
lbs. at 6c. ; cherries, 6 bas. at 
80c; apples, 2 bbls. at 1.50; 
prunes, 110 lbs. at 9y 2 c; 
beans, 3y> bus. at 2.70; onions, 
25 lbs. at 6c, 30 lbs. at 7c; 
pineapples, 2 doz. at 2.00; ber- 
ries, 14 boxes at 15c, 112 boxes 
at liy>e, 40 boxes at 8y 3 c, 

1 pail at 1.40 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to range 

Harvey, T. R., & iSon, soap, 10 
boxes at 4.25; jugs, 3 at 40c, 
1 at 45c; covered dishes, 4 
doz. at 65c, 2 doz. at 60c; 
sugar, 600 lbs. at 4.50, 400 lbs. 
at 5.f 0, 400 lbs. at 6.40, 200 lbs. 
at 7.25; sundries, 4.95; bowls, 
1 doz. at 1.20; beans, 2 bus. at 

3.00 

Henderson Bros., repairing 

scales 

Hooey & Son, chicory, 38 lbs. at 
15c; spirits for medical use, 
4.28; coffee, 50 lbs. at 28c, 25 
lbs. at 32c; sugar, 400 lbs. at 
4.65, 500 lbs. at 4.25, COO lbs. 
at 4.50; tumblers, Vl> doz. at 

2.00; beans, 2 bus. at 2.80 

Hudson, L., berries, 26 boxes at 

12%, 55 boxes at 10c 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., contract, flour, 
50 bbls. at 4.50, 125 bbls. at 

3.95 

Hydroelectric Power Commis- 
sion, lamps, 100 at 29.70, 100 

at 8.93 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 
Johns, O. G., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 



873 81 



12 50 



149 20 



25 23 



105 43 



8 75 



718 75 



38 63 
5 55 

129 16 



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Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



tion to the American Journal 
of Insanity 

Kerr, J. J., dental services.... 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 1,000 
lbs. at 22c, 360 lbs. at 29c; 
canned vegetables, 10 cases at 
1.30 

Kidd, Dr. Geo. C, trav. expenses 

King's Printer, distribution, sta- 
tionery 

Leonard, Thos., musical services 

Lewis, Rice, & iSon, Ltd., lawn 
mower, 1 at 12.25; repairs to 
lawn mower, 4.90 

Love, M. X, milk, 15,364 qts. at 
5y 2 c.; apples, 6 bbls. at 2.50.. 

Lowe, George, electrical supplies 

Market Growers' Journal, sub. . . 

Merchants' Mfg. & Importing 
Co., bowls, 20 doz. at 90c, case, 
50c 

Mitchell, T., & Sons, contract, 
beef, 10,400% lbs. at lie, 2,566 
lbs. at 9%c; suet, 5 lbs. at 
12y 2 c, 16 lbs. at 15c; turkey, 
119 lbs. at" 23c; lamb, 16 lbs. 
at 24c, 53 lbs. at 18c, 56 lbs. 
at 20c, 14 lbs. at 25c; veal, 
61 lbs. at 12c, 34 lbs. at 14c; 
bacon, 9% lbs. at 24c; pork, 
189 lbs. at 12% a, 132 lbs. at 
13c, 816% lbs. at 13%e, 66 
lbs. at 16c, 367 lbs. at 18c; 
tongue, 2 lbs. at 30c, 73 lbs. 
at 18; chicken, 8 lbs. at 20c, 
16 lbs. at 20c; mutton, 106 
lbs. at lie; liver, 14% lbs. at 
5c 

Mulrenin, Margaret, spectacles, 
1 pr 

Musson Book Co., stationery... 

McArthur, Fred. J., interments, 
23.00; repairs to furniture, 
12.50; baskets, 4 at 1.25 

McCallum, P., & Sons, duck, 6 
yds. at 20c; hose, 3 doz. at 
3.00; vests, % doz. at 3.00; 
ribbon, 40 yds. at 10c; thread, 
20 doz. at 50c; towelling, 49 
yds. at ll%e, 51% yds. at 
12c; gauze, 121% yds. at 6c, 
121 yds. at 5c; crash, 29 yds. 
at 10c, 37% yds. at 12c; 
towels, 2 doz. at 2.75; sun- 
dries, 5.27; handkerchiefs, 6 
doz. at 1.00; muslin, 39% yds. 
at 12 %c; curtains, 2 prs. at 
4.00; lawn, 12 yds. at 18c. ; 
sateen, 5 yds. at 25c; cotton, 
59% yds. at 12c, 60 yds. at 
13c; ticking, 57% yds. at 18c; 
corsets, 1 doz. at 9.00 



5 25 
1 00 



337 40 
14 85 

7 77 
3 00 



17 15 

860 02 
8 15 
1 25 



18 50 



1,706 74 

4 50 
14 40 



40 50 ■ 



125 67 



MoCausland, A. W., trav. expns. 

McGuire, John, geese; 100 lbs. at 
15c; labour in garden, 107.96; 
services of horses, 6.67 

Nichols, J. G., stationery, etc., 
10.05; subscription to sundry 
magazines, 33.35 

Nichols, M. C, rice, 480 lbs. at 
4c, 168 lbs. at 4%c; lard, 460 
lbs. at 16c; starch, 27 lbs. at 
6%c, 26% lbs. at 7%'c, 85 lbs. 
at 7c; barley, 180 lbs. at 5c; 
canned salmon, 1 doz. at 2.40; 
gelatine, 1 doz. at 1.32, 1 doz. 
at 1.40; currants, 80 lbs. at 
8c.; corn starch, 12 lbs. at 
7%c, 12 lbs. at 7c; beans, 1 
bus. at 2.75, % bus. at 2.80; 
baking powder, 12 lbs. at 15c; 
mustard, 2 lbs. at 50c; lard, 
120 lbs. at 16c; eggs, 3 doz. at 
28c; sundries, 27.83; raisins, 
17 lbs. at 10c, 12 lbs. at lie; 
tapioca, 312 lbs. at 7%e, 48 
lbs. at 7c; sausages, 525 lbs. 
at 13%c; corn flakes, 5 doz. 
at 1.00; split peas, 60 lbs. at 
5c; jelly powder, 3 doz. at 
1.00; vinegar,^ 18% gals at 
35c; sardines, 1 doz, at 1.44; 
canned vegetables, 4 doz. at 
90c, 4 doz. at 1.00; potatoes, 
5 bags at 1.50; rice, 240 lbs. 
at 4%c; cheese, 42 lbs. at 
15^c, 525 lbs. at 16%c 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 
powder 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
contract, rolled oats, 20 bags 
at 2.07% 

Oldham Farm, cockerel 

O'Neil, Jas. R., livery hire .... 

Ontario Pub. Co., Ltd., subscrip- 
tion to Canadian Lancet 

Paton, H. T., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Perkins, Ince & Co., syrup, 1,928 
lbs. at 3%e; molasses, 45 gals, 
at 28c 

Piatt, W. P., eggs, 60 doz. at 
21c, 150 doz. at 22c, 23 doz. 
at 30c, 45 doz. at 25c, 30 doz. 
at 27c, 60 doz. at 34c, 30 doz. 
at 35c, 10 doz. at 40c; ginger, 
3 lbs. at 35c; plates, 1 doz. at 
1.00; canned vegetables, 6 doz. 
at 1.00; cream of wheat, 24 
lbs. at 9c; pepper, 5 lbs. at 
25c; corn meal, 1 bag at 2.50, 
1 bag at 2.75; sundries, 4.20; 
cups and saucers, 1 doz. at 
1.20; beans, 30 lbs. at 5c, 1% 



6 70 



129 63 



43 40 



424 45 



75 23 



41 50 

2 00 

20 00 

2 67 

3 10 



80 09 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Cobourg. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



bus. at 2.70, 1 bus. at 3.00;; 
corn flakes, 3 doz. at 1.00; 
pickles, 1 doz. at 2.25; berries, 
24 boxes at 12%c; plums, 7 
bas. at 45c 135 61 

Plunkett, Geo., contract, coal, 
494 tons 1,670 lbs. at 3.65, 177 
tons 170 lbs. at 3.85, 13 tons at 
6.25, 4 tons 700 lbs. at 6.50, 
14 tons 1,810 lbs. at 6.75, 1 ton 
at 7.50 2,758 55 

Postmaster", postage stamps, 
45.50; rent of post office box, 
3.00 48 50 

Pratt, A., & ISon, wheat, 3 bus. 
at 90c, 6 bus. at 1.05, 6 bus. 
at 1.10, 6 bus. at 1.15, 3 bus. 
at 1.30, 3 bus. at 1.40; buck- 
wheat, 3 bus. at 80c; bran, 
100 lbs. at 1.25; cracked corn, 
300 lbs. at 1.50, 500 lbs. at 1.55, 
300 lbs. at 1.60, 500 lbs. at 1.75; 
sundries, 6.00 66 05 

Rooney, J. DEL, ifish, 291 lbs. at 

12V2C, 99 lbs. at 14c 50 39 

Rowe, Wm., turnips, 26% bus. 
at 25c; services of self and 
team, 20.00 26 63 

Salvation Army, services of 

band 5 00 

Saturday Morning Post, subn. . . 100 

Skitch, P. I., photographic sup- 
plies 7 50 



Smith, H. R., hoe, 1 at 50c; 
basket, 1 at 75c 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., seeds. . . 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel and supplies 

Thompson-Macdonald Co., con- 
tract, potatoes, 10 bags at 
1.50, 20 bags at 1.10; straw, 2 
bales at 75c; sundries, 8.17; 
salt, 6 bbls. at 1.75 

Throop, A. D., apples, 17 V 2 bbls. 
at 2.00, 3 bbls. at 2.50, 4 bus. 
at 60c, 4 bus. at 45c 

Tirney, Geo., berries, 14 boxes at 
8y 3 c 

Titford, Wm, freight and cart- 
age 

Troop, Wm., berries, 16 boxes at 
12%c; corn flakes, 1 doz. at 
1.20 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oil, etc 

Whitelaw, W. R., plumbing re- 
pairs 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, 
butter, 1,320 lbs. at 27C, 2,665 
lbs. at 28y 2 c 

Wills, Mrs. E. A., bread, 1,103 
loaves at 5c 

Wilson, Annie, apples, 7 bus. at 
50c 

Worrell, James, inspection of 
scales 



1 25 
13 05 

53 70 



57 17 



46 


70 


1 


16 


41 


56 


3 


20 


81 


05 




50 


1,115 


93 


55 


30 


3 


50 


4 


00 



Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. 



Salaries ($69,077.47) 

W. M. English, M.D. : Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

Peter McNaughton,M.D.: x do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

John Webster, M.D.: ' do Second Assistant Physician.... 1,400 00 

C. A. McClenahan,,M.D.: do Third do .... 1,000 00 

Chas. Merrick, M.D.: Six do Fourth do 300 00 

W. W. McKenzie, M.D. : Four do do do .... 287 63 

B. Way: Twelve do Bursar 1,600 00 

A. M. Murray: do Clerk 1,200 00 

Isabel Oliver: Eighi do Stenographer 200 00 

Dorothy Fitzgerald: Twelve do do 360 00 

Margaret Mitchell: do do 450 00 

J. J. Gannon: do Storekeeper 1,200 00 

Sarah Shand: do Matron 700 00 

Mrs. Hattie Robertson: do / Asst. Matron 420 00 

M. McKenty: do do 420 00 

Wm. Dailey: do Tailor 750 00 

Robert Leslie: do Shoemaker 600 00 

Wm. Scott: do Laundryman 650 00 

Wm. McClure: do Baker 700 00 

W. Harper: do Butcher 650 00 

J. Ironsides : do Engineer 840 00 

A. Rankin: do do at Pump House 492 00 

N. Reid: do Carpenter 650 00 

M. Muir: do Asst. Carpenter 450 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 

Salaries.— Continued. 

L. Edmunds: Twelve months' salary as Painter 650 00 

Wm. Nash : do iMason 700 00 

F.Regan: Eight do Farmer 500 00 

N.Elliott: Twelve . do Asst. Farmer 624 00 

'Styles Hawley: Two do Farmer 125 00 

Wm. Murdoch : Twelve do Gardener 750 00 

R. H. Ruston: do Asst. Gardener 600 00 

Chief Attendants (Male) : 450 00 

Supervisors do 4,582 28 

Attendants : 16,937 13 

Chief Attendants (Female) : 792 00 

Supervisors do 3,065 62 

Nurses: 6,204 43 

Cooks: 3,201 47 

Maids: 889 59 

Laundresses : 1,106 77 

Seamstresses : 402 00 

Stokers: 4,138 11 

Temporary Assistance : 168 34 

Farm Hands: 3,771 10. 

Expenses ($150,557.30) 

Acres, Wm., sleigh robe 18 00 lbs. at 34c, 462 lbs. at 24c, 

Adams, Albert A., matches, 3 190 lbs. at 61c, 194% lbs. at 

gro. at 1.20, 50 gro. at 65c... 36 10 30c, 185 lbs. at 19c, 106 lbs. 

Alexander Hardware Co., Ltd., at 32c, 50 lbs. at 60c, 681 

hinge hasps, 1 doz. at 1.44; lbs. at 26c, 254% lbs. at 25c, 

screwdrivers, 3 at 50c; picks, 165% lbs. at 10c, 241 lbs. at 

3 at 75c; sad iron stands, 2 36c, 84 lbs. at 37c; shoe- 

doz. at 1.20; nails, 3 kegs at makers' sundries, 117.35; 

2.50, 2 kegs at 2.45, 1 keg at laces, 6 gro. at 55c, 3 gro. at 

2.40, 2 kegs at 2.35; picture 80c; brace buckles, 6 gro. at 

wire, 2 doz. at 75c ; palmetto 1.75 1,285 27 

packing, 3 lbs. at 1.25; files, 1 American Express Co., express 

doz. at 1.40, 1 doz at 2.30; charges 1 50 

drawer pulls, 4 doz. at 50c; American Laundry 'Machinery 

glue, 20 Lbs. at 35c; rub- Co>> Lt d., laundry repairs .. 17 90 

ber belting , 3 ft. at 36c; American Medico Psychological 

belt laces, 2 lbs at 1.25 1 lb. Association, annual dues .... 5 00 

at l.oO; rakes, 1 doz at 7.00, Anderson, Thos., repairs to 

1 doz at 5.00 ; night latches, musi in , s , trument / , . 15 82 

6 at 2.00; scythes, 10 at 75c; services analvs- 
wardrobe locks, 6 at 75c; ArKley, l^. M., services anaiys 

iron hardware, 65.94 ; shovels, . in S coal ' -\ ' * * ' y ' V ; 16 uu 

% doz. at 9.00, 3 doz. at 8.10, Armstrong Cartage Co., freight 

1 doz. at 10.00; wheel barrow, and cartage 33 54 

1 at 8.00; hinges, 1 doz. at Aspinwall Mfg. Co., repairs to 

1.55 and 1 doz. at 1.40; sash potato sprayer 1 50 

cord, 10 lbs. at 40c; valves, Bain, A. G., & Co., biscuits, 

7 at 1.15, 1 doz. at 6.50; hose 2871 /4 Ids. at 9c, 5 lbs. at 25c; 
washers, 2 doz. at 1.00; pad- grapes, 5 baskets at 40c, 
locks, % doz. at 15.00, % doz. 5 lbs. at 25c; cider, 11 gals, 
at 18.00; screws, 20 gro. at at 40c; junket tablets, 3 doz. 
20c; blasting powder, 2 kegs at 1.08%, 3 doz. at 1.00; 
at 2.25; rat traps, 1 doz. at cooking brandy, 2 bottles at 
1.25; spoons, 15 doz. at 1.75; LOO; lemons, 1 case at 5.50; 
forks, 10 doz. at 1.75; sledge melons, 18 at 20c; sundries, 
handles, 1 doz. at 3.00; brick 46.63; chickens, 2 at 80c, 
hammers, 1 doz. at 1.25; 1 at 90c; grape fruit, 1 doz. 
whitewash brushes, 2 at 1.50.. 332 31 at 1.75; oysters, 1 gal. at 2.40; 

Alexander, Albert E., duck, 98 berries, 1 case at 3.60; toma- 

yards. at 83c; leather, 915^ toes, 12 lbs. at 20c Ill 3a 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Bain, Jas. & Son, repairs to 
elevator, 15.50; repairs to 
washer, 127.98 143 48 

Baker, Allen, services re stock 15 00 

Baker & Benjamin, veterinary- 
services 204 00 

Balfour, Smye & Co., tea, 6,125 
lbs. at 28c; figs, 392 lbs. at 
10y 2 c, 436 lbs. at 9c, 91 lbs. 
at 8c; ^currants, 298 lbs. at 
7%c ; evaporated peaches, 600 
lbs. at 9c, 300 lbs. at 
9%c; prunes, 500 lbs. at 
8c; 200 lbs. at 8%C 430 
lbs. at 9c, 500 lbs. at 12%c; 
rice, 900 lbs. at 3%c; salt, 
1 bbl. at 2.75, 20 bbl. at 1.35; 
sal soda, 750 lbs. at 95c cwt.; 
pickles, 2 kegs at 4.50, 1 keg 
at 8.50, 3 pails at 4.00; haddie, 

1 case at 4.60; sardines, 1 
case at 8.50; candles, 36 lbs. 
at 10c; sundries, 23.50; eva- 
porated apples, 500 lbs. at 9c; 
codfish, 264 lbs. at 6y 2 c, 480 
lbs. at 8%c; sea trout, 3 kegs 
at 7.50; mackerel, 6 kegs at 
7.50; herring, 3 kegs at 3.25; 
sago, 708 lbs. at 4%c; tapioca, 
319 lbs at 4%c, 354 lbs. at 
5c; cheese, 1,155 lbs. at 
14y 2 c, 1,555 lbs. at 14c, 860 
lbs. at 15y 2 c; putz cream, 

2 doz. at 4.00; L. & P. sauce. 
1 doz. at 3.60; shredded cod. 

3 boxes at 1.80; corn starch. 
500 lbs. at 5c; syrup, 1,318 
lbs. at 3y 2 c, 663 lbs. at 3%c; 

sugar, 3,979 lbs. at 6.37 cwt. 3,335 41 
Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
94.14; rent of instruments. 

226.50 . .' 320 64 

Benson, Johnston Co., Ltd., 

office supplies 1 38 

Blachford & Son, interments.. 126 00 
Brantford & Hamilton Electric 

Ry., freight charges 80 

Brock, W. R M Co., Ltd., sateen, 
137 yds. at 18y 2 c; flannelette, 
1,627 yds. at 12y 2 c; serge, 
50 yds. at 3.00, 75 yds. at 
2.50; tweed, 515 yds. at 37 %c, 
464^4 yds. at 75c, 257 1-7 yds. 
at 1.10; shirting, 1,002% yds. 
at 19c, 303y t yds. at 16c, 
1,710% yds. at 15c; women's 
coats, 111 at 6.00, 6 at 4.00; 
print, 1,909 yds. at 10c; mi+ts, 
15 doz. at 6.50, 3 doz. at 2.25; 
hoods, 1 doz. at 8.00; hand- 
kerchiefs, 17' doz. at 2.25, 2 



doz. at 65c, 3 doz. at 2.00, 
5 doz. at 90c; ties, 12y 2 doz. 
at 4.50, 1 doz. at 4.25; shirts, 
3 doz. at 9.00; smocks, 6 1-6 
doz. at 12.50; sundries, 101.94; 
thread, 15 gro. at 5.00; canvas, 
200 yds. at 17y 2 c, 50 yds. at 
16%c; linen thread, 18 gro. 
at 2.80; cottonade, 845 yds. at 
22 %c, 549 y 2 yds. at 2iy 2 c; 
pillow cotton, 337 yds. at 
18 %c, 261% yds. at 19%c; 
yarn, 483% lbs. at 56c, 139 
lbs. at 55y 2 c, 12 lbs. at 1.05; 
lining, 50 yds. at 15c; hose, 
12% doz. at 4.50; braces, 1 
doz. at 4 50; gloves, 2 doz. at 
4.25; shawls, 1 doz. at 7.50; 
overalls, 9% doz. at 12.50; col- 
lars, 2 doz. at 1.00; italian, 
26 yds. at 1.00, 57 at 55c; 
pocketing, 48% yds. at 21c, 40 
yds. at 16%c ; buttons, 12 gro. 
at 90c; scarlet cloth, 24 yds. 
at 2.50; sheeting, 602% yds. 
at 29c, 63 yds. at 37c, 470% 
yds. at 25c; Cinderella cloth, 
159% yds. at 16c; rain coat, 
1 at 9.60; curtains, 14 prs. at 
2.50; silesia, 141 yds. at 25c; 
duck, 116% yds. at 16%c, 1Q1 
yds. at 70c; uniform cloth, 
314% yds. at 16 %c; cotton, 
955 yds. at 8c, 429% 'yds. at 
10c; suspender web. 250 yds. 
at 8c; hair cloth, 25 yds. at 
25c 

Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., seeds 

Business Systems, Ltd., office 
supplies ." 

Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 
Ltd., repairs to range, 17.79; 
repairs to scales, 4.50 

Bursar, sundries, 8.70; trav. 
expenses, 6.90 

Canadian Cereal & Flour Mills, 
Ltd., contract, rolled wheat, 
20 (bbl. at 2.75, 90 bbl. at 2.70. 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., rubber blankets, 18 
at 1.40, 18 at 1.75; less dis- 
count, 1.13 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co., express char- 
ges 

Canadian Farm, subscription . . 

Canadian Laundryman, sub- 
scription . . 

Consumers' Lumber Co., Ltd., 
sawdust 

Canada Linseed Oil Mills, Ltd., 
oil cake meal 



,201 57 
633 50 

20 3.") 



22 30 
15 60 

298 00 



55 
48 


57 
40 


30 

1 


50 
50 


1 


00 




40 


142 


50 



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175 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



C. P. Ry., freight charges 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages.. 

Canadian Practitioner and Re- 
view, subscription 

Can. Preserving Co., Ltd., jam 

Can. Printing Co., blank books 

Can. Stamp & Stencil Co., Ltd., 
marking ink 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 
Co., Ltd., boiler preservative, 
555 lbs. at 12c.; barrels, 6.62 

Canadian Westinghouse Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies .... 

Carmichael, W., repairs to bil- 
liard table 

Carr, B. J., trav. expenses 

Carr, iS., trav. expenses 

Central Press Agency, advertis- 
ing 

Central Prison Farms, butter, 
900 lbs. at 2iy 2 c., 450 lbs. at 
25c; hydrated lime, 5 tons 500 
lbs. at 7.00 

Central Prison Industries, 
blankets, 2,143 lbs. at 55c, 148 
lbs. at 60c; flannel, 514 yds. 
at 50c, 313 yds. at 50c; wrap- 
pers, 2.40; brass knobs, 4 doz. 
at 2.25 

Citizens' Fuel and Ice Co., Ltd., 
coal, 1,059 tons, 1,480 lbs. at 
6.32, 4 tons at 4.43 

Cochran, R. H., padlock, 1 at 
1.50; repairs to locks, 16.25.. 

Cockfburn, A. A., tray cloth 
linen, 27$£ yds. at 65c; nap- 
kins, 10 doz. at 2.00; damask, 
100% yds. at 1.25; quilts, 275 
at 1.25; 1 case at 50c 

Cohoe, B. R., corn, 4 1 / £ bus. at 
2.00; sacks, 50c 

Cole, N. J., trav. expenses 

Commercial Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oil, etc 

Common Sense Mfg. Co., rat ex- 
terminator, 12 tins at 50c . . . 

Connon, John, & Co., Ltd., plants 

Coppley, Noyes & Randall, Ltd., 
men's reefers, 112 at 2.93 

Crawford, Jas., ice cream, 40 
qts. at 40c; rent of glassware, 
4.90 

Crescent Oil Co., gasoline, 10 
gals, at 23c; linseed soap, 25 
lbs. at 8c 

Crown Oil Refining Co., Ltd., 
paint, oil, etc. - 

Dalley, F. F., Co., Ltd., baking 
powder, 180 lbs at 10c; cinna- 
mon, 125 lbs. at 25c; cocoa- 
nut, 60 lbs. at 20c; cream 
tartar, 300 lbs. at 28c; mus- 
tard, 12 doz. at 1.50; blacking, 



165 


23 


1 


35 


2 


00 


143 


55 


13 


00 



52 80 

73 22 

28 69 

80 
27 10 
13 70 

17 00 
342 75 



1,692 35 

6,715 28 
17 75 



507 59 

9 50 
9 60 

51 40 

6 00 
2 25 

328 16 



20 90 

4 30 
25 75 



7 doz. at 75c, 7 doz. at 90c; 
oil of lemon, 1 lb. at 5.00; all- 
spice, 25 lbs. at 16c; nutmegs, 
10 lbs. at 35c; jam, 50 lbs. at 
25c; chocolate, 16 lbs. at 32c; 
cloves, 25 lbs. at 28c; coffee, 
4,100 lbs. at 26c flavoring ex- 
tracts, 5% doz. at 12.00; pep- 
per, 400 lbs. at 17c, 20 lbs. at 
28c; cocoa, 80 lbs. at 18c; 
sundries, 14c; ginger, 50 lbs. 
at 25c; cassia, 50 lbs. at 25c 

Day, H., carrots, 30 bus. at 80c; 
potatoes, 40% bus. at 1.00, 40 
bus. at 75c, 114 5-6 bus. at 
85c 

Dean, M., trav. expenses, 20.11; 
prizes for sports, 25.00 

Dixon, James, musical services 

Dixon Sporting Goods Co., ten- 
nis racquets, 5 at 2.00; tennis 
balls, 1 doz. at 3.50 

Doer, Henry, manure 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dominion Hotel, stabling accom- 
modation 

Dominion Linens, Ltd., towels, 
1 doz. at 4.28; napkins, 8 doz. 
at 2.00; crash, 312 yds. at lie 

Dominion Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
quilts, 2.20 at 1.25; crash, 581 
yds. at 10M»c; towels, 14 doz. 
at 2.25; glass toweling, 50 yds. 
at 12c 

Dominion Natural Gas Co., gas 

Dominion Vinegar Works Co., 
vinegar, 532 gals, at 25c, 43 
gals, at 23c; barrels, 15.00.. 

Douglas, K., trav. expenses .... 

Drewery, A. OS., drugs and 
chemicals 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., 
brushes 

Duipe, John, trav. expenses . . . 

Duncan, Robt., & Co., stationery 

Dunlop, Jas., Co., Ltd., barley, 
15 bags at 2.80, 15 bags at 
2.45; split peas, 15 bags at 
3.25, 15 bags at 3.10; flour. 15 
bags at 2.35; 10 bags at 2.35; 
rolled oats, 300 lbs. at 1.45, 540 
lbs. at 1.50, 2,000 lbs. at 1.65, 
2,510 lbs. at 1.70; corn meal, 
12 bags at 1.95; chop oats, 
300 lbs. at 1.50, 4,030 lbs. at 
1.70; germ meal, 5 bags at 
3.25, 5 bags at 3.15, 12 bags at 
3.20; grinding grain, 9,500 lbs. 
at 7c; oats, 112 bus. at 40c; 
shorts, 1 ton at 24.00, 1 ton at 
26.00; corn chop, 1,045 lbs. at 
27.50 per ton, 300 lbs. at 30.00 
per ton, 1,295 lbs. at 32.00 per 



1.457 06 



191 93 



45 


ii 


1Q 


50 


L3 


50 


50 


00 


20 


24 



10 00 



54 60 



373 50 
40 



157 89 
1 40 

255 01 

1 60 

7 40 

43 15 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued 



ton, 1,040 lbs. at 35.00 per ton, 
1,090 lbs. at 33.00 per ton; oil 
cake, 4 tons at 32.00, 1 ton at 
33.00, 1 ton at 36.00, 1V 2 tons 
at 36.50, iy 2 tons at 35.00; 
bran, 4 tons at 25.00, 1% tons 
at 24.00, 1 ton at 26.00; rolled 
wheat, 2 bbls. at 3.75; flaxseed, 

1 bag at 3.60; poultry regula- 
tor, 2 pails at 1.25 1,144 74 

Eaton, T., Go., Ltd., nurses' pins 6 00 
Electric Supply Co., Ltd., elec- 
tric supplies 95 99 

Elliott, Nicholas, evergreens . . 7 00 

Empire 'Soap Co., wyandotte 

soda, 5,600 lbs. at l%c 98 00 

English, W. M., trav. expenses.. 141 90 

Farmer, W. J., livery hire 14 00 

Farmers' Advocate, . subscrip- 
tion, 2 copies 3 00 

Farrar, W., Overalls, 3 suits at 

2.50 7 50 

Fearman, F. W., & Co,. Ltd., 
salt, 20 bags at 1.00, 19 bags 
at 95c, 10 bags at 80c; beans, 
16 bus. at 2.25, 10 bus. at 2.20; 
sausage, 47 lbs. at lie, 36 lbs. 
at 12c; geese, 1,111 lbs. at 
17c; chicken, 29 libs, at 17c; 
eggs, 548 doz. at 28c, 446 doz. 
at 27c, 290 doz. at 29c, 585 
doz. at 30c, 152 doz. at 31c, 
417 doz. at 32s., 366 doz. at 33c, 
120 doz. at 39c, 388 doz. at 
34c, 416 doz. at 36c; 484 doz. 
at 33c, 121 doz. at 28c, 514 
doz. at 25c, 541 doz. at 22c, 
1,031 doz. at 23c, 788 doz. at 
24c, 141 doz at 26c, 141 doz. 
at 27c; cheese, 1,184 lbs. at 
1414c, 1,141 lbs. at 14V 2 c, 
2,209 lbs. at 16c; but- 
ter, 1,139V 2 lbs. at 29c, 2,128 
lbs. at 24c, 1,680 lbs. at 30c, 
250 lbs. at 31c; ducks, 44 lbs. 
at 17c; turkey, 2,204 lbs. at 
24c; cold storage on fish, 

12.00 4,952 97 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 2,063% 
bus. at 90c, 187V 2 bus. at 
92V 2 c., 422V 2 bus. at 85c; bags, 
400 at 10c, less freight, 81.19 2,348 38 
Filman, John, threshing grain. 141 20 
Finlay's .Shoe iStore, rubber 
boots, 17 prs. at 4.25; shoes, 

2 prs. at 2.00, 2 prs. at 2.50; 
slippers, 2 prs. at 90c, 4 prs at 

1.15 9 1 90 

Fitzsimons, Robert, repairs to 

boiler 120 45 

Fleishmann Co., yeast, 987 lbs. 

at 30c 296 10 

Fleury's, J., 'Sons, repairs to im- 
plements 4 80 



.Forsyth, John, trav. expenses.. 
Foulds, Fred., trav. expenses . . 
Fralick & Co., overalls, 6 prs. at' 

1.20, 4 prs. at 75c, 2 prs. at 

1.25; gloves, 1 pr. at 2.50; 

smocks, 6 prs. at 1.20, 2 prs. 

at 1.25 

Freeman, W. A., Co., Ltd., 

wyandotte cleanser, 280 lbs. at 

3 l-28c, 1,120 lbs. at 3c; 
crushed bone, 200 lbs. at 1.62y 2 

Fuller Brush Co., brushes, 4 at 
50c, 2 at 35c, 2 at 60c, 2 at 
1.25, 1 at 2.50; sundries, 50c. 

Garlock Packing Co., packing, 
51% lbs. at 75c, 6% at 1.25; 
rubber plugs, 6 at 1.50; sun- 
dries, 29c, less discount, 77c 

Gerrie, John W., repairs to spec- 
tacles 

Gillard, W. GEL, & Co., sugar, 
13,070 lbs. at 4.56 cwt, '6,720 
lbs. at 4.16, 6,654 lbs. at 4.36 
cwt., 2,385 lbs. at 3.96, 3,154 
lbs. at 3.87 cwt., 6,668 lbs. at 
4.27, 3,024 lbs. at 5.87 cwt., 596 
lbs. at 7.17; rice, 1,800 lbs. at 
3%c. ; raisins, 532 lbs. at 7c; 
cornflakes, 12 doz. at 2.85; 
shredded wheat, 3 cases at 
3j60; malta vita, 10 cases at 
2.85; olives, 2 doz. at 2.00; 
pickles, 4 doz. at 2.45, 4 doz. at 

- 1.00; washing blue, 48 lbs. at 
17c; canned vegetables, 50 
doz. at 95c, 20 doz. at 87%c, 
20 doz. at 85c; haddie, 1 case 
at 5.40; sundries, 38,10; sago, 
677 lbs. at 5c, 654 lbs. at 
5%c; canned salmon, 32 doz. 
at 1.90, 16 doz. at 2.00, 8 doz. at 
2.10; canned herring, 12 doz. 
at 95c, 12 doz. at 1.00, 12 doz. 
at 1.10; icing sugar, 100 lbs. 
at 5%c; sardines, 1 case at 
10.50; lobsters, 5 doz. at 6.75; 
raisins, 165 lbs. at 9V 2 c; 
syrup, 5,681 lbs. at 3y 2 c; 
starch, 1,000 lbs. at 6V 2 c; 
molasses, 150 8-10 gals, at 
28c, 44 gals, at 25c; gelatin^ 

4 doz. at 1.10; cornstarch, 80 
lbs. at IV2C ; currants, 214 lbs. 
at 7%c, 508 lbs. at 7c; 
prunes, 350 lbs. at 10^c; 
jelly powder, 20 doz. at 90c; 
salt, 20 bbls. at 1.50; beans, 
10 bus. at 2.30; cornmeal, 6 
bags at 1.95; evaporated 
peaches, 300 lbs. at 10c; 
sal soda, 375 lbs. at lc; 
candles, 36 lbs. at 10c; barley, 
15 bags at 2.55; split peas, 15 



1 15 
13 60 



24 90 



45 35 



9 40 



55 49 



4 65 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



bags at 3.30; tea, 605 lbs. at 
28c 

Glassco, G. F., & Co., caps, 25 
doz. at 6.50; canvas gloves, 1 
doz. at 2.25; sundries, 55c; 
hats, 17 1-6 doz. at 2.00; 7 1-3 
doz. at 1.50, 1 doz. at 1.60, 
2 doz. at 3.00 

Glo~be Printing Co., subscription 
to Daily Globe, 3 copies 

Goldie, A., trav. expenses 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber -Co., 
hose straps, V 2 doz. at 7.94 . . 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 

G. T. Ry., railway fares 

Granger, (L. E., trav. expenses, 
2.20; services, 60.00 

Graves, Wm. H., glass basket, 
1 at 1.75; dishes, l at 1.50, 

1 at 2.00; sugar bowls, % doz. 
at 5.40; cups and saucers. 5 
doz. at 2.60; pitchers, 10 doz. 
at 5.40, 10 doz. at 5.80; plates, 
25 doz. at 80c; crockery, 
gla-ssware, 5.04; milk jugs, 

2 at 95c; vegetable dishes, 
5 doz. at 2.08, 4 doz. at 2.80, 
4 doz. at 8.60; bowls, 25 doz. 
at 85c; egg cups, 10 doz. at 
1.60; platters, 2 doz. at 6.50; 
soup plates, 8 doz. at 96c . . 

Greening, B., Wire Co., Ltd., 
repairing wire guard, 7.20; 
steel wire cloth, 75 sq. ft. at 
20c; poultry netting, 3 rolls 
at 5.52, 3 rolls at 4.20; screen 
cloth, 566% sq. ft. at 2c, 550 
sq. ft. at Sy 2 c.; less discount, 
2.04 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., coal 
heater, 1 at 21.60; repairs to 
boiler, 3.60 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
rubber boots, 6 pr. at 2.00; 
less discount, 24c 

Halliday,* James, rough fat, 
45,150 lbs. at 3c; purchase of 
meat, 29,577.81 

Hamilton Brewing Association, 
Ltd., regal grain, 22 tons, 1,026 
lbs. at 22.00, 4 tons, 1,000 lbs. 
at 24.00; molasses meal, 1 ton, 
1,000 lbs. at 25.00, 1 ton, 1,000 
lbs. at 27.00; less bags re- 
turned, 48.50 

Hamilton & Barton Incline Ry. 
Co., use of railway 

Hamilton City Corporation, dy- 
namite and fuses 

Hamilton Cemetery Board, in- 
terments 

Hamilton Distillery Co., Ltd., 

spirits for medical use 

12 P.A. 



Expenses.— Continued 
3,357 26 



218 74 



12 


00 


1 


80 


3 


97 


6 


68 


L10 


85 



62 20 



272 47 



107' 40 

' 25 20 

11 76 

30,032 31 



632 77 

477 75 

4 00 

75 00 

175 31 



Hamilton Engine Packing Co., 
gasket tubing, 20y s lbs. at 
1.00; flax packing, 12% lbs. at 

45c 

Hamilton Gas. & Light Co., gas 

Hamilton Herald, advertising, 

3.39; subscriptions, 3 copies, 

9.00 

Hamilton Mill Supply Co., 

paint, oil, etc 

Hamilton Milling Co., cornmeal, 
15 bags at 2.00, 18 bags at 
2,10; corn chop, 3 tons, 1,000 
lbs. at 30.00, 1 ton, 300 lbs. 
at 28.00, 1 ton at 27.00, 1,000 
lbs. at 29.00; shorts, 2 tons 
at 23.00, 1 ton at 24.00, 1,000 
lbs. at 25.00; barley, 15 bags 
at 2.75; split peas, 16 bags 
at 3,20; oil cake, 3 tons at 
31.00; flour, 50 bags at 2.00, 15 
bags at 2.15, 10 bags at 
2.20; rolled oats, 500 lbs. at 
25.00 per ton, 500 lbs. at 26.00 
per ton, 500 lbs. at 27.00 per 
ton, 500 lbs. at 29.00 per ton; 
straw, 1 ton, 1,010 lbs. at 
10.50, 1 ton, 410 lbs, at 10.00, 
1 ton, 1,000 lbs. at 8.50, 9 tons, 
1,953 lbs. at 9.75; bran, 3 tons 
300 lbs. at 23.00, 3 tons at 
26.00; beans, 12 bus. at 2,00; 
oats, 1,011 bus., 6 lbs. at 43c, 
1,010 bus. 20 lbs. at 45c 

Hamilton Mirror Plate Co., Ltd., 
glass ' 

Hamilton Stamp &' stencil 
Works, Ltd., rubber stamps 

Hamilton Stove & Heater Co., 
Ltd., repairs to range 

Hamilton Water Works, water 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 

Hiarkness, R. C, photographs.. 

Hawkins, Ltd., drugs and 
chemicals 

Hazell & Dawson, sundry groc- 
eries, 58.74; biscuits, 306 U 
lbs. at 10c 

Hendirie & Co., freight and cart- 
age 

Herald, Jos., tuning piano 

Hibbert, L., photographs 

Hill, W. E„ Bros., photographic 
supplies 

Hlislop, Robert, blacksmithing 

Hoodless, J., Furniture Co., Ltd., 
sundries 

Hoover Suction Sweeper Co., 
Ltd., repairs to sweeper . . 

Horticultural Publishing Co., 
subscriptions to Canadian 
Horticulturist 



25 59 
298 93 



12 39 
64 40 



1,897 33 

7 20 

1 50 

* 17 66 

2,783 23 

7 50 

2 40 

253 47 

89 37 

70 17 
11 50 
16 40 

10 75 
557 28 

1 00 

76 

60 



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No. 1 



PUBLICJ INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued 
Hospitallfor thejnsane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



112 64 



152 71 



14 50 



2,728 94 



149 32 



20 40 



213 05 



87 60 
8 05 
4 00 



5 20 



14 3: 



Howell, Walter A., drugs, chemi- 
cals 

Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 

electrical supplies 

Hunter, F„ fibre 163 50 

Husband, Drs. R. J. & T. N., 

dental services 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, electric current, 2,074.54; 
electrical supplies, 654.40.... 
Imperial Cotton Co., Ltd., can- 
vas, 103 yds. at 1.10; cotton 
duck, 100 yds. at 56c; less dis- 
count, 19.98 

Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing 

supplies 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 

supplies 

Inksetter, Myers, Ltd., Ice, 29 

tons, 400 lbs. at 3.00 

Ironsides, Jas., trav. expenses 
Johnston, A., photographs .... 
Johnson Temperature Regulat- 
ing Co., Ltd., repairing hy- 
draulic thermostat 

Jolley, James, & Sons, Ltd., rugs, 
1 pr. at 8.00; dusters, 1 at 
85c, 1 at 1.50; saddle blank- 
ets, 1 at 4.00 

Junor, William, trays, 3 at 90c, 
3 at 2.25, 2 at 1.75; plates, 2 
doz. at 1.15, 15 doz. at 1.05, 
10 doz. at 72c, 5 doz. at 1.65. 
5 doz. at 1.95; saucers, 30 
doz. at 56c; cream pitchers, 2 
doz. at 4.00; crockery, glass- 
ware, 1.13; vegetable dishes, 
2V 3 doz. at 7.50; butter dishes, 
1 doz. at 9.60; cups and sauc- 
ers, 5 doz. at 2.00 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., canned 

vegetables, 20 cases at 1.30 . . 

Kerr & Coombes Foundry Co., 

Ltd., castings, 312 lbs. at 3*4c 

Kidner, Chas., printing 

King's Printer, distribution 

stationery 

Kirk, James, tobacco, 3,017 lbs. 
at 44c, 90 lbs. at 90c, 630 lbs. 
at 49c; pipes, 9y> doz. at 2.00; 
cigars, 2 boxes at 1.62*£ . . 
Klein & Binkley, alarm clock 
Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd., 
contract, butter, 31,472 lbs. at 
28^c, 16,128 at 26y 2 c; less 
difference in price purchased 

from other firms, 39.29 13,204 15 

Lees, Thomas, repairing and 

cleaning watch 3 50 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., iron 
hardware 2 62 



119 2?> 
26 00 

10 14 

3 25 

116 95 



1,667 07 
3 00 



Library Bureau of Canada, Ltd., 

office supplies 

London Asylum, potatoes, 65 

bus. at 85c 

Loosemore, Chas., blacksmith- 

ing 

Lord, Will. J., turnips, 296 bus. 

at 28c 

Lorme, Thomas, repairs to im- 
plements 

Low, Charles A., & Co., contract, 
coal, 2,471 tons, 320 lbs. at 
6.32, 42 tons, 1,790 lbs. at 6.68, 
18 tons, 1,700 lbs. at 4.43, 43 
tons, 920 lbs. at 6.52, 1 ton, 

700 lbs. at 6.25 

Macdonald, John, & Co., Ltd., 
cotton, 200 yds. at 15c, 600 
yds. at 6%c, 824y 2 yds. at 
10c, l,236y 2 yds. at 8c; 
shirting, 612y 2 yds. at 10c; 
towelling, 606^ yds. at 13Y 2 c; 
sundries, 4.13; sheeting, 584% 
yds. at 25c, 530y> yds. at 
25y 2 c; thread, 22 gro. at 
5.00; flannelette, 1,464% yds. 

at 10c 

Macmillan Co., of Canada, Ltd., 

books 

Mail Printing Co., subscription 
to Mail & Empire, 2 copies . 
Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
contract, flour, 205 bbl. at 
4.45, 1,652% bbl. at 3.95 .... 
Meriden Britannia Co., Ltd., 
spoons, 3 doz. at 5.10, 4 doz. 
at 4.50, 1 doz. at 2.55; sun- 
dries, 2.73 

Market Growers' Journal, sub- 
scription 

Martin, H. A., printing 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to implements 

May, Samuel, & Co., repairs to 

billiard tables 

Meakins & Sons, brushes, V 2 doz. 
at 10.00, 10 doz. at 1.75, 1 
doz. at 1.90, 10 doz. at 3.00, 
1 doz. at 2.10, 1 doz. at 2.00. 1 
doz at 1.60, 1 doz. at 4.50, 10 
doz. at 1.75; brooms, iy doz. 
at 7.20, 2Y 2 doz. at 6.65, 2 doz. 
at 6.38; mats, ly. doz. at 
18.00, 1-6 doz. at 20.00; ship- 
ping case, 1 at 6.00; pails, 4 
doz. at 6.00; hamper, 1 at 
2.00; sundries, 12.20; baskets, 
VA doz. at 11.00, 1 doz. at 
4.50, 1 doz. at 4.00; dusters, 2 

doz. at 7.00 

[Merchants Mfg. & Importing 



12 30 

55 25 
44 85 
82 88 
40 00 



-16,279 56 



936 96 
6 50 
8 00 

7,439 63 



38 58 

1 25 
62 90 

36 31 

3 95 



224 52 



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179 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Co., bowls, 80 doz. at 90c; 

crates, 1.00 

Meyer Bros., laundry supplies 
Millanghton, Dr. P., trav. ex- 
penses 

Modern Hospital Pub. Co., Ltd., 
subscription to the Modern 

Hospital 

Morgan, Chas. E., trav. expenses 

Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 

soap, 47' boxes at 2.40, 300 lbs. 

at 5^c 

Moyes Chemical Co, Ltd., drugs 

and chemicals 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., suiting, 594 

yds. at 20V 2 c 

Murray, Peter, cabbage, 20 

crates at 50c 

Murray, W. E., putz cream, y 2 
doz. at 8.40, y 2 doz. at 4.80, y 2 
doz. at 2.30; blankets, 3 at 
2.40; harness, 1 set at 28.00; 
brushes, 2 at 75c, 2 at 50c; 
harness dressing, % doz. at 
7.20, 1 doz. at 4.20; sundries, 
3.80; repairs to harness, 20.10 
Murray, Wm., & 'Son, roacha- 

line, 25 lbs. at 35c 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery 

Myles,' 
coal, 
6.18, 
4.35, 

6.50 

Maclean Pub. Co., subscriptions 

to trade magazines 

MacNaughton, P., trav. expenses 
McClary Mfg. Co., repairs to 
utensils, 2.65; kettles, 1-6 
doz. at 12.60, % doz. at 10.08, 
1 doz. at 13.50, 1-6 doz. at 
18.00, 1 doz. at 8.64; dust 
pans, 4 at 1.38; pitchers, 1-6 
doz. at 6.75, y 2 doz. at 9.68; 
cook pots, 1-6 doz. at 6.91, 1-6 
doz. at 10.80; bake pans, 1 
doz. at 6.00, 1 doz. at 7.50, % 
doz. at 4.32; mugs, 8 doz. at 
1.13; slop pails, VL doz. at 
11.52; strainers, 1 at 6.50. 2 at 
1.60, 3 at 1.35; milk cans, 6 
at 3.00; pails, 3 doz. at 5.46, 
V 2 doz. at 8.10, 1-6 doz. at 
9.45, V t doz. at 8.64, 1% doz. 
at 11.23, 3 doz. at 5.46, 1 doz. 
at 14.40, 9 at 1.20, y 2 doz. at 
9.90; lanterns, % doz. at 6.50; 
pudding pans, 1 doz. at 2.00; 
milk pans, 1 doz. at 10.00; 
stock pots, 6 at 2.16; tinware, 



73 00 
2 50 

5 00 



2 
3 


00 
20 


129 


30 


35 


34 


121 


77 


10 


00 



Thos., Sons, contract, 
1.694 tons, 490 lbs. at 
23 tons, 1.120 lbs. at 
25 tons at 6.43, 1 ton at 



77 15 

8 75 

112 21 

10,740 17 

4 00 
10 60 



29.74; boilers, 1-6 doz. at 7.88, 
1-6 doz. at 9.63, 1 doz. at 7.92, 
1 doz. at 1.26; dippers, 1 doz. at 
1.79, 2 doz. at 90c; tea pots, 
1 at 1.57, 5-6 doz. at 5.40, iy 2 
doz. at 8.65, 1-6 doz. at 8.65; 
dish pans, 1 doz. at 20.00, % 
doz. at 8.55, % doz. at 10.80, 

1 doz. at 25.80; griddles, 3 
at 1.05; lantern globes, 2 doz. 
at 55c; slop jars, % doz. at 
16.00; ewers, % doz. at 6.75; 
roast pans, 6 at 1.25, 1 doz. 
at 10.00; pans, 11 doz. at 7.00; 
oven, 1 at 2.95; sauce pans, 1 
doz. at 1.80, 1 doz. at 2.16, y 2 
doz. at 2.52; water filter, 1 
at 4.34; scoops, y 2 doz. at 
12.00; cullenders, 5 at 1.75; 
pie plates, 2 doz. at 1.35, 2 
doz. at 1.08; soup cans, 6 at 
5.50; coffee pots, % doz. at 
4.14, 14 doz. at 3.24; coffee 
boilers, 1-6 doz. at 7.92; fish 
trays, 12 at 2.00; tea inf users, 

2 at 1.50 530 25 

MeClatchie, Bros., maple syrup, 

600 gal. at 1.00 600 00 

MoCay, Wm., blacksmithing . . 25 67 
McDougall, W. T., & Co., fruit 
stands, 2 at 50c; plates, 2 
doz. at 90c, 12 doz. at 80c, 
15 doz. at 1.10; cups and sauc- 
ers, 1 doz. at 1.30; chambers, 
6 doz. at 4.00; cream jugs, 1 
doz. at 1.80; sugar bowls, 
1 doz. at 1.80; crocks, 2 at 
1.10, 2 at 60c; cuspidors, 
1 doz. at 12.00; spoons, 

3 doz. at 60c; crockery, glass- 
ware, 20.73; vegetable dishes, 
1 doz. at 1.50; soup bowls, 1 
doz. at 1.80; tea pots, y 2 doz. 
at 9.00; trays, 2 at 90c, 1 at 
1.25, 6 at 50c, 3 at 75c; gaso- 
line, 5 gal. at 30c; feeding 
cups, 1 doz. at 2.40^; fruit 
jars, 3 doz. at 85c, 12 doz. at 

80c 127 88 

McGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 

and chemicals Ill 70 

McKenty, 'Minnie, trav. expenses, 

2.45; prizes for sports, 25.00.. 27 45 

McKay, S., livery hire 3 00 

McLaren, Gordon, repairing 

clock, 7.50; clocks, 1 at 6.50, 1 

at 7.50 21 50 

MoLaughlan & Sons Co., Ltd., 

candy, 276 lbs. at 18c, 9 lbs. 

at 22c, 60 lbs. at 12y 2 c 59 16 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 

drugs and chemicals 834 68 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Nelson, Thos., & Sons, books . . 10 00 
News Publishing Co., subscrip- 
tions to Toronto News 1 50 

Niagara Brand iSpray Co., Ltd., 
lime sulphur, 6 bbls. at 7.00; 
lead, 100 lbs. at 11%, 25 lbs. 
at 14 %c; repairs to sprayer, 

3.25 60 38 

Nicholson, J. IS., wagon rack, 1 
at 2.50; binder twine, 150 lbs. 
at 12y 2 c, 200 lbs. at 15c; re- 
pairs to implements, 39.28. . . . 90 53 
Nix, C. H., whips, 8 at 1.00, 1 at 
2.00; blankets, 2 at 2.50, 4 at 
2.75, 4 at 2.25, 1 at 3.75, 2 at 
4.50; halters, 2 at 1.75; lines, 
1 pr. at 4.25, 1 pr. at 4.00, 4 
at 4.50; repairs to harness, 
100.10; team breeching, 1 set 
at 10.50; sleigh bells, 4 at 
50c; sweat pads, 2 at 60c; 
horse collars, 1 at 4.50, 4 at 

7.50 225 80 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 

chambers, 36 at 81c 29 16 

Northern Electric & Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., flashlight 1 50 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 

powder 175 54 

O'Brien, C, blacksmithing 23 80 

Office Specialty Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

office supplies 2 50 

Ogilvie Flour (Mills Co., Ltd., 
contract, rolled oats, 30 bbls. 

at 4.80, 80 bbls. at 4.15 476 00 

Ontario Pipe Line Co., Ltd., gas 16 40 
Ontario Pub. Co., subscription 

to Canadian Magazine 2 50 

Paine, John B., Co., Ltd., laundry 

bag netting, 6% lbs. at 65c. 4 23 

Parke & Parke, drugs, chemicals 371 00 
Patterson, J. D., & Co., repairs 

to vehicles 109 20 

Patterson Tilley Co., lumber.. 16 20 
Peebles, iHobson & Co., Ltd., fish, 
23,981 lbs. at 10c, 4,832 lbs. 

at 12c 2,977 94 

Piper, Chas. F., trav. expenses.. 6 30 

Postmaster, rent of P. 0. box.. 8 00 

Pratt, T. H., Co., Ltd., cotton, 
l,774i/2 yds. at 8c, 743% yds. 
at lie, 187 yds. at 13y 2 c, 
1,041% yds. at 9y 2 c; shirting, 
792 yds. at 13%c, 307 yds. at 
14c; felt, 131/2 yds. at 75c; 
corsets, 30 prs. at 50c; corset 
covers, 1 doz. at 4.20; ribbon, 
36 yds. at 20c, 28 yds. at 10c, 
30 yds. at 25c; lace collars, 2 
doz. at 2.75; ticking, 367 yds. 
at 20c; towelling, 559y 2 yds. 
at 10i/i>c; thread, 7 gro. at 



5.00; pins, 20 doz. at 35c; 
oilcloth, ,3 pieces at 2.40, 2 
pieces at 3.35; curtains, 18 prs. 
at 1.75, 2 prs. at 3.49; hats, 
6 at 75c; sheeting, l,115y 2 
yds. at 27 y 2 c, 1,497'% yds. at 
25c; frillir/g, 2 boxes at 2.50; 
underwear, 9 suits at 98c, 6 
suits at 79c, 3 suits at 1.00; 
net, 12 yds. at 33c; sundries, 
13.07; blouses, 9 at 99c; print, 
1,006% yds. at lS%c; flan- 
nelette, 527% yds. at 13y 2 c; 
pillows, 6 prs. at 4.00; buttons, 
20 gro. at 1.50; cheese cloth, 
111 yds. at 5c; muslin, 61 
yd., at 12y 2 c 1,784 18 

Pure Milk Co., Ltd., ice cream, 

16 qts. at 50c 8 00 

Ralston, iRobt., & Co., shoe 
polish, 2 doz. at 80c; putz 
cream, 1 doz. at 3.25; harness 
dressing, 1 doz. at 1.75; silver 
polish, 1 gal. at 2.00; neatsfoot 
oil, 1 gal. at 1.25 9 85 

Ramsay, Thos., manure forks, 2 
doz. at 11.88; snow shovels, 2 
doz. at 4.00; axle grease, 4 
pails at 2.00; razors, y 2 doz. 
at 15.00; chair nails, 3,000 at 
1.00 per m., 3,000 at 90c per 
m; door bells, 6 at 1.25; feed 
buckets, 4 at 1.50, 3 at 1.40; 
saw, 1 at 2.75; meat axe, 1 at 
1.60; door pulls, 2 doz. at 1.00; 
locks, 2 doz. at 9.65, 1 doz. at 
8.25; belt laces, 1 lb., at 1.20; 
square, 1 at 1.00; hose, 100 
ft. at 15c; cupboard catches, 
4 doz. at 1.50; hinge hasps, 1 
doz. at 2.00; sash cord, 20 lbs. 
at 45c; rat traps, 1 doz. at 
3.00; iron hardware, 58.06; ash 
shovels, 1 doz. at 6.00; gaso- 
line torch, 1 at 4.00; axe 
handle, V 2 doz. at 4.80; ensil- 
age forks, 4 at 2.25; axes, V 2 
doz. at 14.40, 1-12 doz. at 15.00; 
twine, 3 doz. balls at 1.80; tree 
pruners, 3 at 3.00; pruner 
knives, 6 at 1.00; shears, 2 prs. 
at 85c, 1 pr. at 1.60; meat 
saw, 1 at 1.20; cleaver, 1 at 
1.50; hinged hasps, 1 doz. at 
1.80; trowels, y 2 doz. at 3.00; 
oil stove, 1 at 1.25; nails, 1 keg 
at 2.70, 25 lbs. at 5c, 25 lbs. 
at 6c, 25 lbs. at 7c, 25 lbs. at 
8c, 1 keg at 3.05, 1 keg at 
2.70, 5 kegs at 2.55, 2 kegs at 
2.50, 2 kegs at 2.45, 1 keg at 
2.40; castors, 1 doz. sets at 



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181 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 
Expenses. — Continued. 

4.20; wire plyers, 2 prs. at yds. at 12%c, 38% yds. at 

1.00; wrenches, 1 at 1.10, 1 35c; holland, 31% yds. at 

at 1.90; scythe blades, % doz. 44c, 125 yds. at 41c, 100 yds. 

at 15.00; spades, 1 doz. at at 48c; denim, 8 yds. at 35c; 

10.80; shovels, % doz. at 12.00, covers, 6 at 50c; print, 1,002 

% doz. at 13.00; butts, 2 doz. yds. at 12^c; flannelette, 

at 2.25; knobs, locks, % doz. 491% yds. at 12y 2 c; lace, 132 

at 6.62, % doz. at 3.10; post yds. at 5c, 10 yds. at 20c; 

hole augers, 2 at 3.25; screw repp, 25 yds. at 25c; satin, 4 

drivers, 3 at 40; saw, 1 at yds. at 50c; edging, 50 yds. 

1.40; hammer, 1 at 1.00; pitch at 5c; scrim, 60 yds. at 25c, 

forks, 1 doz. at 8.40; rules, 2 30 yds. at 26c; gimp, 6 yds. 

at 1.0TT; door knobs, 1 doz. at at 5c; bed spreads, 2 at 3.75; 

7.50 • 377 98 cotton, 514 yds. at 12y 2 c, 497 

Regan, P. M., trav. expenses... 16 20 yds. at 10c, 547^ yds. at 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 8%c; ticking, 311 yds. at 

typewriter supplies 3 00 27%c; table oil cloth, 36 yds. 

Richards, €., muzzles, 4 at 1.00. 4 00 at 20c, 24 yds. at 28c 1,638 03 

Riddell, John E., & iSon, wire Ross, Fredk. B., dental services 14 00 

guard, 1 at 3.75; anglebead, Rural Pub. Co., Ltd., subscrip- 

104 ft. at 5c; repairs to tion to Farm and Dairy 100 

slaughter-house, 1.90 10 85 Ruston, R. H., trav. expenses. . . 85 

Ringling's Circus, admission of Ryckman, W. H., & Co., biscuits, 

patients 21 00 305 lbs. at 10c; chickens, 2 at 

Robinson, G. W., Co., Ltd., linen, 1.15; sundries, 26.93 59 74 

25 yds. at 65c, 41 yds. at 45c; Saltar, Robt., trav. expenses. . . 6 00 

rubbers, 12 pr::, at 90c; Saturday Night, Ltd., subscrip- 

lambrequins, 12 at 65c; belts, tion 3 00 

1 doz. at 3.00; shoes, 2 prs. at Scott, W. H., trav. expenses . . 5 65 

2.25, 1 pr. at 3.50, 35 prs. at Silver Dust Mfg. Co., wyandotte 

1.50, 1 pr. at 3.00, 1 pr. at 2.50; soda, 2,800 lbs. at l%c 49 00 

table covers, 1 at 4.00, 1 at Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 

3.85, 3 at 1.75; art silk, 26% pairs to machine 10 90 

yds. at 35c; cretonne, 20 yds. Smith, E. D., & Son, Ltd., jam, 

at 35c, 15 at 59c; art muslin, 1 >440 lbs at Sc> 1110 lbs< at 

20 yds. at 18c; linen, 35% yds. 734c.; marmalade, 28 tiffs at 

at 60c; slippers, 12 prs. at 67c . ; less discount, 22.00 .... 197 99 

50c, 12 at 1.25, 15 at 98; lawn, Smye, Wm., Jr., biscuits, 189 

18 yds. at 20c, 137% yds. at lbs# at i 0c .; jars, 7 doz. at 1.00, 

18c; shades 118 at 1.06, 14 at 3 doz . at 85c- . sun dry gro- 

1.27, 12 at f!50, 21 at 1.40, 7 ceries , 39.54 68 00 

at 1.56, 1 at 3.80, 22 at 1.35, 20 Sl0per> R-> flags? 6 doz . at 50c ? 9 

at 1.32 24 at 135 2 at 2.55, doz at L00; rep airs to flag, 

6 at 1.37, 24 at 1.33, 1 at 5.40; 3 15 15 15 

sundries, 37.65; sateen, 25 yds. Sparrow', *Geo.','& Co.,' repairs' to 

at 40; vases, 3 at 98c, 22 at range . 50 75 

35c, 6 at 29c, 7 at 19c 2 at Spectator Printing Co ',' Ltd'.,' a'd- 

75c; jardinieres, 6 at 1.00, 2at vertising, 3.39; subscription 

1.25, 3 at 50c; 8 at 69c, 32 at 3 cop ies, 9.00; printing, 124.50 136 89 

98c; curtains, 3 prs. at 1.85, Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

22 prs. at 2.50, 4 prs. at 1.79 ; seeds 2140 

side combs, 2 doz. at 3.60; hat, Stephens, Welch & 1C0., diamond 

1 at 5.00; fringe, 15 yds. at cleanser, 375 lbs. at 3c, 4 

20c, 12 doz. at 25c; carpet cases, 2.40 20 85 

sweeper, 1 at 4.50; chambray, Stewart, Charlotte A., trav. ex- 

300 yds. at 15c; rubbers, 18 penses 3 40 

prs. at 65c; overshoes, 14 prs. Stevens & Solman, lemons, 9 

at 1.65; pillows, 3 prs. at 2.90, cases at 5.00, 2 cases at 4.00, 

1 pr. at 3.00, 1 pr. at 6.00; 2 cases at 3.50, 1 case at 3.75, 

blinds, 2 at 1.90; madras, 35% 1 case at 2.50, 1 case at 4.75, 

yds. at 80c, 219% yds. at 35c; 1 case at 6.00; cranberries, 3 

silk, 3 yds. at 80c; muslin, 30 bbls. at 11.00; bananas, 3 doz. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



at 25c, 128 doz. at 13c; ber- 
ries, 81 boxes at 12y 2 c, 16 
crates at 2.90; potatoes, 5 bbls. 
at 4.75, 166 bbls. at 3.50, 26 
bbls. at 3.40, 40 bus. at 1.00; 
oranges, 7 cases at 3.50, 27 
cases at 2.75, 1 case at 3.25, 1 
case at 3.75; holly, 3 cases at 
4.25, 20 lbs. at 15c; grape- 
fruit, 1 case at 4.75; sundry- 
fruits, 6.91; cherries, 8 bas. at 
50c; peaches, 1 bus. at 2.50.. 

Stewart, Lome, straw, 21 tons 
420 lbs. at 8.00 

Stinson, Wm. trav. expenses . . 

Storey Pump & Equipment Co., 
Ltd., gauge charts, 1,000 .... 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re supplies and fuel 

Taylor Bros., repairs to clippers 

Taylor, Wm., cleaning chimneys 

Thompson, John R., artists' ma- 
terials 

Thompson, Wm., straw, 74 tons 
600 lbs. at 8.50 

Times Printing Co., Ltd., ad- 
vertising, 3.21; subscription, 
3 copies, 9.00 

T. iH. & B. Ry. Co., railway 
fares, 18.90; freight charges, 
26.73 

Treasurer (School 'Sec No. 5, 
Twp. Barton, allowance in 
lieu of taxes 

Troy Laundry Machinery Co., 
caustic potash, 480 lbs. at 
8%c; caustic soda, 480 lbs. at 
5V 2 c 

Truesdale, Thos., trav. expenses 

Turnbull, A., C, stationery 

Turner, James, & Co., Ltd., salt, 
2 (bbls. at 2.85, 20 bbls. at 1.35, 
20 bbls. at 1.50; tapioca, 359 
lbs. at 5c; molasses, 85 4-10 

• gals, at 25c, 44 gals, at 27c; 
currants, 574 lbs. at 7c, 554 
lbs. c.t 6%c; raisins, 11 boxes 
at 4.35, 5 boxes at 65c; rice, 
895 lbs. at 3%c, 1,780 lbs. at 
3V 2 c, 856 lbs. at 3V, c, 700 
lbs. at 9V 2 c, codfish, 300 lbs. at 
7 1 />c, 798 lbs. at 7c; syrup, 
2,657 lbs. at 3y 2 c; cornstarch, 
80 lbs. at 7 1 / £c; canned sal- 
mon, 8 doz. at 2.30; sundries, 
20.66; fruit peel, 49 lbs. at 
liy 2 c, 49 lbs. at 12c, 28 lbs. 
at 16% c; jelly powder, 8 doz. 
at 81c; nuts, 50 lbs. at 18V?c, 
138 lbs. at 13c, 47 lbs. at 22c, 
89 lbs. at 17c; prunes, 500 lbs. 
at 91/2C 350 lbs. at liy 2 c; 
sago, 599 lbs. at 5%c, 717 lbs. 
at 4V 2 c, 528 lbs. at 5y 2 c; figs, 



531 73 



169 

1 


68 
50 


10 


50 


146 
11 
19 


43 
95 

75 


7 


40 


631 


55 


12 


21 


45 


63 


100 


00 


69 

1 

614 


00 
20 

85 



98 40 
791 44 

45 00 

21 00 

8 00 

4 15 

5 00 

21 00 



365 lbs. at 5V 2 c; sugar, 6,052 
lbs. at 4.27 per cwt, 1,467 lbs. 
at 3,87, 100 lbs. at 5.50, 9,568 
lbs. at 4.17, 14,515 lbs. at 4.57; 
tea, 300 lbs. at 28c 2,392 08 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
and oils 

United Gas & Fuel Co., gas 

Upton, T., Co., Ltd., barrels, 150 
at 30c 

Venator, George, table legs, 12 
sets at 70c, 12 sets at 1.05 . . 

Vernon, Henry, & Son, city 
directory, 2 copies at 4.00 . . . 

Walsh, W. J., plumbing supplies 

Walker, Frank E., Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to furniture 

Walker Sons, seed 

Watkins, Thos., C, Ltd., table 
covers, 1 at 3.60, 2 at 9.00; 
cretonne, 5 yds. at 28c; linen 
scrim, 10 yds. at 25c; 
thimbles. 3 gross at 3.00; com- 
forter, 1 at 8.50; bust form, 1 
at 16.00; towels, 10 doz. at 
2.75; napkins, 2 doz. at 
4.27y 2 c; crepe, 30 yds. at 19c, 
60 yds. at 12y 2 c 

White & Co., Ltd., potatoes, 5 
bbls. at 4.75, 4 bbls. at 3.25, 89 
bus. 57 lbs. at 75c 

Wilkinson & Kompass, gimp, 216 
yds. at 5c; red pantasote, 30 
yds. at 1.50; tacks, 3,000 at 
1.75 

Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd. 
tennis court marker, 1 at 6.40; 
centre wheel for marker, 1 at 
2.00 : 

Wismer, R., trav. expenses .... 

Wing, J. E., & Son, repairing 
caliper 

Wood, Vallance & Co., trowels. 2 
at 2.00, 3 at 40c, 3 at 1.25; 
spoons, 10 doz. at 1.25, 20 doz. 
at 63c; rules, 2 at 75c, hair 
clippers, 4 prs. at 3.00; scis- 
sors, 2 prs. at 60c 2 prs. at 
75c; carvers, 1 pr. at 1.35; 
painter's torch, 1 at 3.00; 
toast rack, 1 at 3.25; ice saws, 
4 at 5.50; putz cream, 1 doz. 
tins at 3.50; hose bibbs, V2 
doz. at 10.00; meat chopper, 1 
at 4.25; binder twine, 50 lbs. 
at lie; iron hardware, 49.58; 
knives, 18 doz. at 3.25, 4 doz. 
at 3.50, 10 doz. at 3.30, 1% 
doz. at 2.70; blasting powder, 
15 kegs at 2.15; fuse, 900 ft. 
at 65c per cwt.; skates, 6 pr. 
at 2.25 per pr.; wheel barrows, 
6 at 3.00; mattress twine, 12 
lbs. at 34c; cotton twine, 10 



108 25 



104 22 



61 0; 



8 40 
6 60 



75 



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is: 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Hamilton.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 

lbs. at 30c; razors, % doz. at Woods, Walter, & Co., paper 

13.25; forks, 10 doz. at 1.85.. 359 04 bags, 8.34; broom bandies, 500 

Wood Milling Co., cracked corn, at 2.50; croquet sets, 2 at 1.50; 

500 lbs. at 37.00 per ton, 500 sundries, 5.62; broom corn, 

lbs. at 34.00 per ton; corn 581 lbs. at 10.00 per cwt 87 56 

chop, 500 lbs. at 37.00 per ton; Woods, Wm., musical services. . 20 00 
flour, 12% bbls. at 5.00; World Newspaper Co., Ltd., sub- 
shorts, 1 ton at 27.00 ; rolled scription 3 00 

oats, 500 lbs. at 37.00 per ton, Young T., expenses capturing 

500 lbs. at 35.00; oil cake, 3 eloper ..; 2 00 

tons at 36,00; corn meal, 500 

lbs. at 34.00 per ton 251 00 

Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. 



Salar.es ($47,987.29) 

E. Ryan, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

E. H. Young, M.D.: do Asst. (Superintendent 1,500 00 

A. 'MoCausland: Eight do Asst. Physician 666 00 

C. R. Graham, M.D.: Eleven do do 1,008 00 

Clarence Briscoe: Four do iSecond Physician 274 19 

W. T. Connell, M.D.: Twelve do Pathologist 600 00 

W. iR. Dick: Four do Bursar 500 00 

E.Thompson: Twelve do Clerk 650 00 

Pearl Oldreive: Seven do Stenographer 245 00 

R.S.Graham: . Twelve do (Storekeeper 1,200 00 

Sarah McNeil: do Matron 650 00 

J. Johnson: do Tailor 650 00 

A. Mclvor: do Laundryman 600 00 

F. M. MoCammon: do Baker • ^ 700 00 

F. McGuire: do Butcher 420 00 

W.Potter: do Engineer 840 00 

J.Lambert: do Asst. Engineer 600 00 

Geo. Ford: do Electrical Engineer 600 00 

J. Denison: do Carpenter 720 00 

J. MdMaster: do Asst. Carpenter 420 00 

T. C. Elliott: Eight do Painter 333 00 

William Edgar: Two do Painter , 84 00 

Hugh Derry: Twelve do Mason 750 00 

J.Gillespie: do Asst. Mason 500 00 

Hugh Ross: do Farmer 670 00 

W. Carr: Eleven and one-half do Gardener 527 00 

W. Good: Twelve do Asst. Gardener 480 00 

J.Davidson: do Chief Attendant 550 00 

Supervisors (Male) : 1.70C 00 

Attendants: . 11,598 47 

Supervisors (Female) : . 2,784 J ^ 

Nurses: 6,537 18 

Cooks: . . 1,147 62 

Maids: 943 27 

Laundresses: 635 33 

Seamstresses: . 684 00 

Stokers: 1,408 16 

Temporary Assistance: 371 12 

Farm Hands: 840 00 

Expenses ($71,937.85) 

Arkley, L. M., analysis of coal . . 9 00 American Hospital Association, 

Ainslee, Wm. G., beef, 2,481 lbs. annual dues 4 00 

at 12c, 730 lbs. at 14c 399 92 American Medico-Psychological 

Association, annual dues .... 5 00 



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PUBLIC LINSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Annals of Surgery, subscrip- 
tion 

Anderson Bros., eggs, 120 doz. 
at 40c, 60 doz. at 45c; nuts, 
5 lbs. at 50c; cheese, 85 lbs. at 
16c, 89 lbs. at 15%c; apples, 

1 bbl. at 4.00; corn starch, 
80 lbs. at 7c; canned vege- 
tables, 12 doz. at 1.00; salt, 4 
bags at 80c; sundries, 80c; 
ham, 12 y 2 lbs. at 20c, 14% 
lbs. at 22c; cinnamon, 10 lbs. 
at 30c; sausages, 103 lbs. at 
15c; suet, 25 lbs. at 15c; lard, 
322 lbs. at 14% c, 240 lbs. at 
15c; bacon, 27 lbs. at 22c .. 

Anglin, S., & Co., saw dust, 2 
bags at 15c; master keys, 12 
at 15c 

Angrove Bros., gasoline, 135 
gals, at 25c; 30 gals, at 20c; 
cans, 1.50; engine oil, 3 gals, 
at 75c 

Angrove, T. B., repairs to en- 
gine, etc 

Arbuckle, A. W., services of 
orchestra, 398. 7'5; sheet music, 
2.50 

Arthurs, A., confectionery 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., soap, 7,056 lbs. at 
7c; wyandotte soda, 7,000 lbs. 
at 1.75 cwt 

Baker's tobacco, 125 lbs. at 50c; 
sundries, 3.70 

Balls, J., turkey, 147 lbs. at 23c 

Bay of Quinte Ry., freight 
charges 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
99.75; rent of instruments, 
156.50 

Bennett & Halligan, sad irons, 
217 lbs. at 7c ; repairs to furn- 
ace, 28.25; -potato pots, 7 at 
3.25 

Besh, Wm. A., repairs to organ, 
etc 

British Medical Association, 
annual dues 

British Whig Pub. Co., advertis- 
ing 

Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., seeds 

Bruce, W. G., livery hire 

Brunswick-Balke Collender Co., 
Ltd., cues, 2 at 1.T5, 1 at 2.15; 
billiard balls, 1 set at 5.00.. 

Burke, T. P., beef, 632 lbs. at 
lie, 1,000 lbs. at 13c 

Bunt, J. B., & Co., coal oil, 
150% gals, at 19c; kettles, 

2 at 1.50; repairs to range, 



5 00 



246 


17 


2 10 


43 


50 


62 


25 


401 


2--) 


12 


40 



616 42 

66 20 
33 81 

5 51 



256 25 



66 


10 


5 


00 


6 


10 


3 
28 
11 


50 

77 
00 


10 


65 


199 


52 



29.01; repairs to implements 
29.39; screen doors, 2 at 2.50 
tea pots, 3 at 75c, 3 at 85c 
plow shares, 6 at 35c, 6 at 
30c; wyandotte cleanser, 1 
bbl. at 8.50, 4 at 9.00; sun- 
dries, 6.30; wheel barrow, 1 
at 4.00; plaster paris, 1 bbl. 
at 2.75; cocoa mats. 9 at 1.00, 
3 at 1.35 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Can. Express Co., charges . . 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., army blankets, 60 
at 1.75; less discount, 2.10 .. 

Canada Customs, duty charges . . 

Canadian Hospital Association, 
annual fees 

Canadian Machinery Corpora- 
tion, repairs to machinery . . 

Canadian Medical Association, 
fees 

Can. Nor. Ry., freight charges. . 

Can. Nor. Express, charges . . 

C. P. Ry., freight Charges .... 

C. P. R. Co.'s Tel., mesages . . 

Canadian Printing Co., blank 
books 

Canadian Steamship Lines, Ltd., 
freight charges 

Carnovsky, W. GEL, pears, 23 bas. 
at 60c; bananas, 1 bunch at 
1.75; sundries, 4.50 

Carroll & McMillan, serge, 5i 
yds. at 2.60 

Cataraqui Cemetery Co., inter- 
ments - 

Central Press Agency, advertis- 
ing 

Central Prison Farm, potatoes, 
90 bus. at 85c; bags, 4.05 .. 

Central Prison Industries, 
brooms, 12 doz. at 3.75, 10 
doz. at 4.75, 20 doz. at 4.00; 
shoes, 72 prs. 'at 1.76; bed 
fabrics, 12 at 2.00; blankets, 
407 lbs. at 55c; boiler repairs, 
11.50; cases, 3.10 

Chaddock, John, eggs, 3 doz. at 
45c, 6 doz. at 40c; chickens, 
3 at 1.00, 15 lbs. at '20c; 
veal, 110 lbs. at 13c 

Chown, A. P., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Chown, Edwin, & Son, leather, 
105% lbs. at 43c; shoemakers' 
sundries, 1.45 

Clark, Geo., hay, 12 tons, 210 
lbs. at 15.00 

Clark Specialty Co., sheep man- 
ure, 3 tons, at 28.00 



174 

6 

61 


30 
70 
71 


102 
30 


90 
87 


2 


00 


1 


58 


10 

7 
2 
9 
5 


00 
80 
00 
87 
02 


40 


00 


4 


50 


20 


05 


132 


60 


25 


00 


16 


no 


80 


55 



560 95 



24 


05 


253 


84 


46 


80 


181 


58 


84 


00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Oockburn, Wm, blacksmithing 

Cole, N. J., trav. expenses 

College Book Store, subscrip- 
tion to sundry papers and 

magazines 

Cohoe, R. R., seeds 

Connell, Dr., W. T., drugs, 

chemicals, etc 

Corbett, S. S., interments 

Cowan, A. J., turkey, 226 lbs. 

at 20c 

Crawford & Walsh, canvas, 75 
yds. at 20c; sewing silk, y 2 

lb. at 10.00 

Crothers, W. J., Co., Ltd., soda 
biscuits, 504 tins at 24c; 
candy, 150 lbs. at 10c, 100% 
lbs. at 15c, 56% libs, at 25c, 
45^4 lbs. at 20c, 5 lbs. at 30c, 
18 lbs. at 7c; maple syrup, 50 
gals, at 1.00; fancy biscuits, 
54 lbs. at 16c, 42% lbs. at 
lie; 42% lbs. at 13c, 18 
lbs. at 9c, 16% lbs. at 11 %c, 
27 lbs. at 14c; boxes, 750 at 
lc; jam, 1,170 lbs. at 9c .. 
Crothers, W. J., Jr., canned 
fruits, 100 doz. at 1.50, 6. doz. 
at 3.00, 35 doz. at 3.25; eggs, 
180 doz. at 35c, 300 doz. at 
36c, 60 doz. at 38c; evaporat- 
ed peaches. 300 lbs. at 20c, 
300 lbs. at 15c,; potatoes, 
1,050V 3 bags at 1.20, 50 bus. 
at 80c; canned vegetables, 20 
doz. at 90c; pickles, 3 kegs 
at 4.00, 2 kegs at 2.25; butter, 
7,742 lbs. at 27c, 12,934 lbs. 
at 28c; canned salmon, 20 doz. 
at 2.00, 16 doz. at 2.20; jam, 
520 lbs. at 14c, 1,77'0 lbs. at 
8c; evaporated apples, 700 
lbs. at 12c; figs, 1,225 lbs. at 
8c, 834 lbs. at 10y 2 c; mar- 
malade, 1,315 lbs. at 8%c; 
beans, 380 bus., 20 lbs. at 2.65 
Croft, Mrs. Geo., rent of farm 
Dalton, W. B., & Sons, Ltd., 
brass letters, 65 at 13c; 
screws 10 gro. at 35c, 2 gro. 
at 33c; sandpaper, 5- qrs. at 
30c; axe, 1 at 1.00; locks, 1 
doz. at 1.75; barrow trays, 3 
at 4.50; rope, 21 lbs. at 20c, 
17 lbs. at 18c; nails, 1 keg at 
2.45, 2 kegs, at 2.40; rakes, 3 
at 40c; hay rakes, y 2 doz. at 
3.50; hammers, 4 at 1.00; 
post hole augers, 1 at 2.00; 
butcher knives, 4 at 1.00; 
carvers, 2 at 1.75; mortise 



Expenses 

1 25 
14 00 



26 70 
4 20 

13 00 
42 00 

45 20 



20 00 



365 98 



.399 85 
100 00 



,— Continued. 

locks, 1 at 2.25; latches, 6 at 
65c; wrenches, 2 at 1.75, 2 at 
2.50, 2 at 1.00, 1 at 9.00; 
iron hardware, etc., 106.16; 
saw blades, 2 doz. at 90c; 
drills, 1 doz. at 1.80; auger 
bit, 1 at 1.50; snow shovels, 1 
doz. at 5.00; baskets, 4 at 
35c; shovels, 1 doz. at 7.50, 
iy 2 doz. at 8.00, y 2 doz. at 
10.00, y 2 doz. at 12.00; coat 
hooks, 1 gro. at 2.50; spading 
forks, V 2 doz. at 10.00; metal 
polish, 3 doz. tins at 1.85; 
barb wire, 107 lbs. at 3c; 
wheel barrows, 4 at 2.75; gold 
leaf, 4 books at 50c; staples, 

1 keg at 3.50; flush bolts. 2 
at 1.00; pipe cutter, 1 at 1.75; 
fibre, 300 libs. at 30c; 
brushes, 1 doz. at 9.00; 
binder twine, 70 lbs. at 10c; 
tubs, 6 at 1.25; mops, 1 doz. 
at 1.50; padlocks, 3 at 1.25; 
scissors, 2 doz. at 3.50; lan- 
terns, 1 doz. at 9.0K). 1 doz. at 
12.00; knives, 3 doz. at 3.50, 6 
doz. at 1,50, 5 doz. at 2.00; 
ladles, 1 doz. at 1.75; brasso, 

3 doz. at 2.40; re-nu-all polish, 

2 doz. at 5.50 

Daly, M. J., apples, 7 bbls. at 

4.00; straw, 2 tons, 1,600 lbs. 
at 10.00 

Davidson, J., eggs, 2 doz. at 
45c 

Dawson, J. H., piano case 

Del,any & Pelt-tit, Ltd., moss, 
346 lbs. at 7%c; hair, 500 lbs. 
at 51c; bags, 3.50 

Dempsey, W. H., apples, 3 bbls. 
at 6.00 

Dick, W. R., eggs, 34% doz. at 
40c 

Dolan, M. J., repairs to harness, 
etc., 100.55; lines, 1 set at 
3.25; blankets 3 at 4.00; 
whips, 3 at 75c; waterproof 
covers, 4 at 2.25 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Dom. Pish Co., Ltd., chicken, 
28 lbs. at 15c, 400 lbs. at lie, 
109% lbs. at 18c, 22 lbs. at 
25c, 9V 2 lbs. at 23c, 31% lbs. 
at 20c, 425 lbs. at 12c; fish, 
14,640 lbs. at 6c; haddie, 315 
lbs. at 9c, 45 lbs. at 8%c; 
celery, 24 heads at 10c; tur- 
key, 22% lbs. at 23c; oysters, 

4 qts. at 60c, 2 qts. at 55c; 
salt cod. 20 lbs. at 10c; sun- 
dries, 1.48 1 



467 59 



56 00 





90 


5 


00 


285 


32 


18 


00 


13 


80 



127 05 
15 50 



058 09 



186 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Drawbridge, F., expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Dreer, Henry A., seeds, etc. . . 

Drury, Wm., lime, 12 bus. at 
35c; cartage, 50c 

Dutton, Miss M., sheet music. 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., nurses' 
badges 

Baton, Theo. H., & Son, laundry 
blue, 2 lbs. at 2.50 

Eddy, E. B., Co., Ltd., wrapping 
paper, 905 lbs. at 3c, 80 lbs. at 
3 3-5c, 160 lbs. at 2.85 cwit., 
525 lbs. at 3.00 cwt., 80 lbs. 
at 3.50 cwt.; toilet paper.. 10 
cases at 8.00; paper bags. 
12.98 

Fenwick, W. P., eggs, -5% doz. 
at 40c, 28 doz. at 45c, 28 doz. 
at 50c, 7 doz. at 35c, 15 doz. 
at 30c, 9y 2 doz. at 28c, 67V 2 
doz. at 25c, 17' doz. at 22%c, 
11 V 2 doz. at 20c 

Ferrier & Co., potators, 150 bags 
at 85c; bags. 10.00 

Finkle' & Co., livery hire 

Fischer, Carl, sheet music .... 

Fisher Bros., brewers' grain, 
40i/. i oa( i s at 3.00 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 214 lbs. 
at 30c 

Fletcher Mfg. Co., almond paste, 
5 lbs. at 42c 

Freeman Press, printing 

Freeman, Robert, maple syrup, 
51 gals, at 1.00 

Gallagher, W., liverv hire .... 

Gallagher, Thos., insnection of 
weights and measures 

Garlock Packing Co., packing, 
etc 

Gibson. John, bpef. 4.302 lbs. at 
llV>c; 1 cow at 110.00 

Gibson, W. W., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Gillett. E. W.. Co., Ltd.. baking 
■powder. 6 doz. p.t 3.40 

Gilmour, W., repairs to vehicles 

Glovpr. A.. T>rnr»ps 600 lbs. at 
9c, 600 lbs Pt 9VoC. 300 lbs. 
nt 10c. 300 IM. at 11c: rice, 
300 lbs. at SUft.. 300 lbs. at 
4c: sap-o. ?00 ibs. at 7V,o,.; 
suffpr. 100 l^s. p+ fi.OO. 50 Ihq. 
at 6 50: prp^ n f wheat, 100 
lbs. at 3.50- Vrnions, 1 case 
at 5.50- rp^'^q. 7° lbs. at 
lie; lellv powder. 12 doz. at 
LOO: tea 10 Iba. at 40c: 
honey. 300 Ibq at 13c... 490 
lbs. at 12c: tapioca, 200 lbs. 



2 00 
8 59 

4 70 

3 30 

6 00 

5 00 



176 04 



61 41 



137 


50 


8 


50 


13 


75 


121 


50 


64 


20 


2 


10 


21 


25 


51 


00 


1 


50 


2 


50 


45 


56 


604 


73 


494 


58 


20 


40 


22 


00 



at 7c; flavouring extracts, 12 
doz. at 1.00; beans, 20 bus. 
at 2.60; jam, 420 lbs. at 8c; 
shoe polish, 3 doz. at 1.10 . . 

Graham, C. N., turkey, 430 lbs. 
at 23c 

Graham, Dr., Chas., trav. ex- 
penses 

G. T. Ry., freight charges .... 

Granger, L. E., trav. expenses 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

Green, S., beef, 955 lbs. at 14c, 
1,250 lbs. at 13c 

Guild & Hanson, city directories, 
2 at 2.50 

Hall, M., hat 

Halliday, James, purchase of 
meat 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 

Hanley, J. P., trav. expenses. . . . 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., ferti- 
lizer, 3 tons at 32.50 

Harrison, T. F., Co., Chinese lan- 
terns, 14 at 10c; matting, 4 
yds. at 75c; sundries, 91c 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Henderson, J. JR., lemons, 3 
boxes at 5.00, 1 box at 3.75, 1 
box at 6.00; eggs, 60 doz. at 
40c, 30 doz. at 43c, 42 
doz. at 30c, 30 doz. at 22c, 
15 doz. at 23c, 60 doz. at 33c,; 
jelly powder, 12 doz. at 90c; 
chocolate, 13 lbs. at 40c; 
cocoanut, 12 lbs. at 33c; 
olives, 6 bottles at 30c; bak- 
ing powder, 51 tins .at 30c; 
gelatine, 1 doz. at 1.60; apples, 
4 bbls. at 4.00, 5 bbls. at 2.75; 
rice, 300 lbs. at 3y 2 c, 500 lbs. 
at 4ViC, 500 lbs. at 3%c; 
bacon, 10% lbs. at 23c, 
41% lbs. at 22c; canned 
salmon, 8 doz. at 1.95; berries, 
40 boxes at 13c, 447 boxes at 
15c; soap, 14 boxes at 4.25, 10 
boxes at 4.15; oranges, 1 box 
at 6.00, 1 box at 3.00, 1 box at 
4.00, 1 box at 3.50; grape fruit, 
V-2 case at 5.50, y 2 case at 5.00; 
corn starch, 120 lbs. at 7^c, 
120 lbs. at 8c; sapolio, 4 boxes 
at 3.00, 2 boxes at 2.85; prunes, 
200 lbs. at 8V>c, 400 lbs. at 
9y 2 c; figs, 108 lbs. at 4%c; 
cider, 32 gals, at 25c; sun- 
dries, 22.19; tapioca, 175 lbs. 
at 6c; cheese, 134 lbs. at 
14*£c; canned vegetables, 6 
doz. at 95c, 8 doz. at 92V 2 c; 
cherries, 47 bas. at 85c; mus- 



457 


97 


98 


90 


4 

150 

45 

16 


80 
44 
50 
31 


296 


20 


5 

2 


00 
50 


4,077 
6 
3 


40 
00 
75 



97 50 

5 31 
137 93 



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187 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



tard, 6 jars at 85c; sugar, 
1,905 lbs. at 4.80 cwt, 993 lbs. 
at 5.05 cwt, 1,271 lbs. at 5.45 
cwt, 3,219 lbs. at 6.10 cwt., 
959 lbs. at 5.70 cwt; mac- 
aroni, 25 lbs. at 10c, 25 lbs. 
at lie; vinegar, 40 gals, at 
25c, 57 gals, at 25c; pears, 
45 bas. at 62c; barley, 1 bag 
at 3.60; pepper, 30 lbs. at 20c, 
5 lbs. at 30c; crabapples, 2 
bas. at 1.00; lard, 200 lbs. at 
14c; mustard seed, 50 lbs. at 
20c; spice, 25 lbs. at 20c, 5 
lbs. at 23c; wax, 10 lbs. at 
10c; salt, 6 bbls. at 1.70, 6 
bbls. at 1.60; cocoa, 6 doz. at 
2.50; sago, 142 lbs. at 6y 2 c; 
plums, 45 bas. at 60c; tea, 
600 lbs. at 31c, 10 lbs. at 45c; 
peaches, 25 bas. at 95c, 20 
bas. at 1.60, 5 bas. at 1.20; 
starch, 600 lbs. at 7c; mar- 
malade, 270 lbs. at 10y 2 c; 
chili peppers, 19 lbs. at 25c; 
ginger, 10 lbs. at 27c 

Henderson, O., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Hendry, J. A., toilet paper, 4 
cases at 6.40 

Hentig, George, dripping pans, 
3 doz. at 4.25; ash bucket, 1 at 
3.00; sundries, 40c; repairs 
to utensils, 2.00 

Hoag, Frank J., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Hogan, W., repairs to vehicles. . 

Hogan, E. W., trav. expenses. . 

Holden, E., repairs to billiard 
tables 

Hooper & iSlater, lumber 

Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 
electrical supplies 

Hunter, Geo., services securing 
help 

Hunter, F., fibre, 200 libs, at 
9V.c 

Hydroelectric Power Commis- 
sion, electrical supplies 

Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing 
supplies 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Jack's Cigar Store, tobacco, 102 
lbs. at 55q 

Jackson, Misses M., & E., hiats, 
25 at 1.00, 48 at 1.00 

Jackson, The, Press printing . . 

Jamieson, A. & J., plumbing sup- 
plies 

Jennings, H., slippers, 24 prs at 
50c, 24 prs. at 75c 



1,638 36 

2 00 

25 60 

18 15 



428 
18 
10 


76 
55 
10 


7 
4 


00 
62 


128 


00 


4 


00 


19 


00 


45 


50 


29 


10 


14 


90 


56 


10 


73 
172 


00 

60 


2 


80 


30 


00 



Johnston, W. J., hay, 6 tons 1,830 
lbs. at 14.50 

Jones Underfeed iStoker Co., 
Ltd., repairs to boilers 

Kelly, P., apples, 3V 2 bbls. at 3.50 

Kelly, W. F., Oil Co., paints, oils, 
etc 

Kenny, Joseph, prunes, 2,000 lbs. 
at 9c; starch, 574 lbs. at 7c; 
cheese, 90 lbs. at 17c; sago, 
200 lbs. at 9c; nutmegs, 5 lbs. 
at 40c; red peppers, 3 doz. at 
35c; soap, 5 boxes at 4.25; 
vinegar, 43 gals, at 28c, 43 
gals, at 25c; tapioca, 200 lbs. 
at 9c; canned vegetables, 12 
doz. at 1.00; jam, 600 lbs. at 



8c. 



Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., canned 
vegetables, 65 cases at 1.20.. 

Kingston Automobile Co., re- 
pairs to engine 

Kingston Laundry, laundrying. 

King's Printer, distribution 
stationery 

K. P. & C. Electric Ry., car 
tickets, 98.00; rent of pasture, 
20.00 

Kinnear & D'Esterre, alarm 
clock 

Knowlton, J. F., apples, 2 bbls. 
at 3.00, 1 bbl. at 3.25, 5 bbls. 
at 3.75 

Lambert, Thos., tweed, 384% 
yds. at 52y 2 c 

Langwith, C, turkey, 170 lbs. at 
23c . . 

Lawless, J., expenses capturing 
eloper 

Leaky, T. J., candles, 6 lbs. at 
50c 

Lemmon & Son, machine alkali, 
2 bbls. at 15.00; plumbing re- 
pairs, etc., 23.53; laundry soda, 
840 lbs. at 1.75 

Leonard, E., & (Sons, Ltd., re- 
pairs to engine 

Leslie, Gladys, trav. expenses.. 

Lipman, B., shirts, 2 doz. at 
12.00; socks, 2 doz. at 2.75; 
ties, 2 doz. at 3.00; underwear, 
2 doz. 6.00; collars, 2 doz. at 
1.65 

London Asylum, potatoes, 50 
bus. at 85c 

Lowe, IS., subscription to sundry 
newspapers 

Macnee & Minnes, sheeting, 62^ 
yds. at 33c, 592 yds. at 25c, 
63 yds. at 34c, 662V 2 yds. at 
27 1 />c, 442V 2 yds. at 25%c, 918 
yds. at 24c; butter cloth, 243 



100 27 

12 00 
12 25 

101 76 



378 57 

78 00 

11 50 
89 70 

79 90 



118 


on 


5 


0(i 


28 


00 


202 


00 


39 


1C 


8 


20 


3 


00 



68 23 

16 10 

27 25 



50 80 
42 50 
20 00 



188 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS ^MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



No. 1 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

yds. at 4 1 / 4c; towels, 6 doz. Manhood Bros., lanterns, 24 at 

at 1.75; 6 doz. at 2.00, 4 doz. 10c; sundries, 2.32 4 72 

at 3.50, 4 doz. at 3.75, 6 doz. Maple Leaf .Milling Co., Ltd., 

at 3.25, 22 yds. at 1.50; canvas, contract, flour, 775 bbls. at 

142% yds. at 15c, 5iy 2 yds. at 3.95 3,061 26 

13 y 2 c; sateen, 98% yds. at Market Growers' Journal, subn. 1 25 

liy 2 c, 43y 2 yds. at 12y 2 c, 52 Marrison, R. A., eggs, 202 doz. at 

yds. at 17 %c, 102 yds. at 15c; 45c, 54 doz. at 40c, 60 doz. at 

brushes, 3 doz. at 4.00, 3 doz. 35c, 60 doz. at 32%c„ 206 doz. 

at 3.00, 2 1-12 doz. at 3.50; at 30c, 750 doz. at 25c, 150 

quilts, 51 at 1.35, 151 at 1.50; doz. at 22c, 150 doz. at 20c, 

rubber sheets, 2 doz. at 23.00; 504 doz. at 22%c. f 120 doz. at 

braces, 15 doz. at 2.50; tabling, 28c; chicken, 10 lbs. at 20c; 

429 y 2 yds. at 50c; blankets, berries, 200 boxes at 10c: 

18 prs. at 1.35, 4 prs. at 1.85, honey, 450 boxes at lie 683 80 

1 pr. at 2.25; Italian, 50 yds. Marsh, Thos., hay,. 14 tons 1,425 

at 55c; lawn, 60 yds. at 18y 2 c, lbs. at 15.00 ton 370 69 

60 yds. at 19y 2 c; sundries, Marshall, H. W., axes, 4 at 90c, 

56.38; duck, 142 y 2 yds. at 2 at 1.25; axe handles, 4 at 

25%c, 12 yds. at 40c, 32 yds. 35c; spoons, 2 doz. at 5.00; 

at 23c; thread, 28 y> gro. at carvers, 3 sets at 2.00; butter 

4.75; lining, 111 yds. at 17y 2 c, bowls, 2 at 1.50; tape, 1 at 

68 yds. at 20c; smocks, 5 doz. 4.75; beeswax, 30 lbs. at 45c; 

at 10.50; overalls, 12 y 2 doz. at glue, 5 lbs. at 20c; wardrobe 

10.50; cotton, 2,143 yds. at 10c, locks, 1 doz. at 8.25, 1 doz. at 

40 yds. at 8 k'C, 180 yds. at 8c, 1.40; chair seats, 2 doz. at 

202% yds. at 18c; handker- 1.80; nails, 2 kegs at 2.60, 1 

chiefs, 8 doz. at 1.15, 12 doz. at keg at 2.65; door springs, 1 

95c; gloves, 1 doz. at 4.00, 1 doz. at 2.40; brasso, 3 doz. at 

doz. at 4.50; combs, 36 doz. at 2.25; wire cloth, 300 sq. ft. at 

96c, 23 11-12 doz. at 95c, 2c; iron hardware, etc., 19.97; 

22 doz. at 75c, 2 doz. at safety razor, 1 at 4.50, 1 at 5.00; 

85c, 12 doz. at 60c, 3 razor blades, 60 doz. at 85c; 

doz. at 1.40; mufflers, 6 brushes, 6 at 75c, 5 at 1.50; 

doz. at 6.50; padding, 10 yds. level, 1 at 2.25; lantern globes, 

at 30c; ticking, 540y> yds. at 3 doz. at 75c; rope, 8% lbs. 

22*Ac; boot laces, 10 gro. at at 30c; rules, 1 doz. at 4.50; 

75c, 6 gro. at 90c, 6 gro. at spring twine, 10 lbs. at 20c; 

70c; blind cloth, 51 yds. at sash cord, 8% lbs. at 40c; 

ny 2 c; pillow cotton, 31iy 2 paints, oils, etc, 4.00; sash 

yds. at 14%c, 3343,4 yds. at tools, 1 doz. at 3.00 198 40 

19c, 321% yds. at 15y 2 c, 24iy 2 Marshall, ,R. W., tea, 46 lbs. at 

yds. at liy 2 c; butcher's linen, 27c; soap, 10 boxes at 4.25; 

329% yds. at 19y 2 c; hessian, lard, 200 lbs. at 14y,c 83 92 

50 yds. at 15c; shirting, 356% Masond, Geo., ice cream, 7 gals. 

yds. at liy 2 c, 238% yds. at at 1.00 7 00 

13%c; trays, y 2 doz. at 4.80, Matthews, D. <C., apples, 12 bags. 8 50 

1 doz. at 4.50; muslin, 48 yds. Meinecke & Co., chart files, 1 doz. 

at 15y 2 c ; chambray, 1,026 yds. at 11.22 11 22 

at 19c; serge, 60 yds. at 2.25; Merchants' (Mfg. & Importing 
underwear, 14 doz. at 6.00; ; Co., bowls, 10 doz. at 90c; sun- 
tweed, 296% yds. at 42y 2 c; dries, 50c • 9 50 

pins, 30 pkgs. at 15c; flan- Metcalfe, Mrs. M. A., corn beef, 

nelette, 328y 2 yds. at 12y 2 c; 1,373 lbs. at 9c; suet, 75 lbs. 

buttons, 8 gro. at 90c, 5 gro. at 15c .' 134 82 

at 9.00, 3 doz. at 1.25; tape, 12 Meyer Bros., indelible ink, 2 qts. 

doz. at 55c; table oilcloth, 6 at 3.50, 1 qt. at 4.50 11 50 

pes. at 3.75; linoleum, 30 yds. Mills, Geo., & Co., hat 5 00 

at 50c; waists, 4% doz. at Mitchell, Jas. A., livery hire . 2 00 

6.50, y 2 doz. at 4.50; crash, 300 Modern Hospital Pub. Co., sub- 

yds. at 9%c; corsets, y 2 doz. scription to Modern Hospital 3 00 

at 7.50, y 2 doz. at 9.00 3,789 80 Montreal Daily Herald, subn... 2 00 



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189 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Moore, W. J., & ISon, gasoline, 
70 gals, at 25c 

Morgan, W. J., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Murphy, iEd., expenses capturing 
eloper 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., linen bag, 1 
at 1.50; paper napkins, 5,000 
at 65c; paper towels, 1 case 
at 10.00 

Murton, G. F., milk, 130 qts. at 
7c 

Musson Book Co., stationery... 

McAdoo, IM., beef cattle, 29,690 
lbs. at 7c; milch cow, 1 at 
100.00 

McAuley, Thos., stationery 

MoCammon, T., catering for em- 
ployees' ball 

McColl Bros. & Co., linseed soap, 
80 lbs. at 15c; pails, 50c 

McColl, John, beef, 681 lbs. at 9c 

McGall, Jack, pipes, 10 doz. at 
2.00, 9 doz. at 84c; tobacco, 
5 lbs. at 1.00, 70 lbs. at 50c, 
225 libs, at 60c 

McGarvey, Fred., apples, 10 bbls. 
at 3.00 

McGarvey, John, apples, 9 bbls. 
at 3.00, 10 bbls. at 3.25 

McGuire, T., eggs, 15 doz. at 20c, 
29 doz. at 22V 2 c 

Mclver, A., eggs, 18 doz. at 25c 

McKelvey & Birch, bird cage. . . 

McKendry, J., milk, 48 qts. at 6c 

MoNeeley, W., turkey, 512 lbs. at 
23c 

McReady, Geo., straw, 22 tons 
590 lbs. at 10.00 

Newman, H. W., Electric Co., 
electric supplies 

Newman & iShaw, hose, y 2 doz. 
at 4.0a, 7 doz. at 3.00, 10 doz. 
at 1.80; collars, 6 doz. at 3.00; 
covers, 5 at 75c, 24 at 25c, 7 
at 35c, 3 at 50c, 2 at 95c; 
scrim, 308 yds. at 25c, 41 yds. 
at 30c; towels, 1 doz. at 4.20, 
1 doz. at 6.00, 2 doz. at 3.00, 
20 doz. at 3.50; caps, 3 doz. at 
6.00; mitts, 4 doz. at 3.00; rib- 
bon, 55% yds. at 15c; gowns, 
14 at 75c; lawn, 42% yds. at 
15c; lace, 156*4 yds. at 8c, 
48 yds. at 6c; butcher's linen, 
37y 2 yds. at 25c; cotton, 610% 
yds. at 10c; sundries, 19.81; 
belts, 3 doz. at 3.00; curtains, 
12 prs. at 2.35; cretonne, 67% 
yds. at 15c, 50 yds. at 16c; 
corsets, 3 doz. at 9.00; vests, 
2% doz. at 6.00; handkerchiefs, 



Expenses. — Continued. 

1 doz. at 1.00, 1 doz. at 4.00; 
17 50 waists, 30 at 90c; shawls, 2 

at 3.00; undershirts, 15 at 
6 00 98c; costume cloth, 40 yds. at 

25c; towelling, 302 yds. at 
5 00 12y 2 c; sheeting, 299 yds. at 

35c, 301 yds. at 25c, 402% yds. 
at 32%c; linen, 25y 2 yds. at 
50c; braces, 6 doz. at 2.50; 
14 75 blankets, 12 prs. at 1.35; nap- 

kins, 4 doz. at 1.50; yarn, 6 
9 10 boxes at 1.28; dresses, 11 at 

137 32 5.00 • 1,03194 

Nicholls, Dr. W., veterinary ser- 
vices 85 50 

2,178 30 Oakley Chemical Co., washing 

275 21 powder 150 46 

Ockley Vincent & Sons, covered 
5 00 dishes, 2 doz. at 8.00, 1% doz. 

at 7.00; basins, 2 doz. at 7.00; 
12 50 tumblers, 10 doz. at 1.00, 10 

61 29 doz. at 1.10, 13% doz. at 75c; 

sugar boxes, 1 8-12 doz. at 3.60; 
toilet set, 4.00; hospital sets, 6 
at 2.00; vinegar bottles, 3 doz. 
202 56 at 2.75; sugar and cream, 3 

doz. at 2.50; cups and saucers, 
30 00 2 doz. at 1.60; salts and pep- 

pers, 6 doz. at 1.80; ewers, 2 
59 50 doz. at 7.00, 4 doz. at 80c, 3 

doz. at 1.40; plates, 11 5-12 doz. 
9 52 at 1.00, 11 doz. at 85c, 2% doz. 

4 50 at 1.50; soup ladles, 2 doz. at 

2 35 4.60; soup tureens, 4 at 1.50, 2 

2 88 at 1.25; jugs, 11 at 60c; butter 

coolers, 2 11-12 doz. at 3.50; 
117 76 slop jars, 4 at 3.00; crockery, 

glassware, etc., 15.45 230 68 

222 95 Ogilvie Flour iMills Co., iLtd., con- 

tract, rolled oats, 20 bbls. at 
533 40 4.80, 43 blbls. at 4.15, 10 bbls. 

at 4.16, 11 bbls. at 3.73 357 08 

Parker, R., & Co., cleaning cur- 
tains 5 65 

Patterson, Wm, sheep, 100 at 

9.50; beef, 9,509 lbs. at 15c .. 2,376 35 
Paubst, W., expenses capturing 

eloper 2 05 

Paul, Wm. J., tobacco, 10 boxes 

at 3.00 30 00 

Perfection Sanitary Brush Co., 
mops, 4 at 1.25; brushes, 5 at 
65c, 5 at 50c, 2 at 75c, 4 at 
15c, 8 at 12%c; dusters, 3 at 

65c 15 80 

Peters, Wm. P., potatoes, 154 
bus. at 90c, 45 bus. at 
1.50; straw, 10 tons 8C? 
lbs. at 9.00; seeds, 2.50; calves' 
feed, 300 lbs. at 4.00; rolled 
wheat, 3 bbls. at 3.30, 18 bbls. 
at 3.20; corn meal, 2 bbls. at 



190 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



4.75, 1 bbl. at 4.60, 1 bbl. at 
5.00; cream of wheat, 1 bbl. at 
3.10, 1 bbl. at 3.20, 5 bbls. at 
3.50; pot barley, 100 lbs. at 
3.00; crushed oats, 1 ton at 
40.00, 1 ton at 38.00 . . 505 60 

Postmaster, postage stamps .... 271 15 

Potter, Florence, services play- 
ing organ 43 00 

Public Health Journal, subscrip- 
tion, 2 copies 6 00 

Purdy, Erastus K., apples, 6 bbls. 
at 3.50 21 00 

Purdy, John, beef, 600 lbs. at 
lie, 2,062 lbs. at 9c 251 58 

Purdy, James E., soap, 25 boxes 
at 4.25; prunes, 600 lbs. at 
10c; salt, 3 bbls. at 1.50 170 75 

Rigney & Hickey, tea, 30 lbs. at 
45c; nuts, 5 lbs. at 40c, 6 lbs. 
at 45c; 150 lbs. at 19c; corn 
flakes, 36 doz. at 1.00; corn 
meal, 2 bags at 3.50; raisins, 
280 lbs. at 7y 2 c, 180 lbs. at 
lie, 5 boxes at 90c, 2 boxes at 
4.50; apples, 2 bbls. at 5.00, 3 
bbls. at 4.50, 6 bbls. at 3.50; 
figs, 33 lbs. at 14c; cran- 
berries, 32 qts. at 12c; mince- 
meat, 84 lbs. at 10c; flavoring 
extract, % gro. at 10.80; had- 
die, 225 lbs. at 9c, 60 lbs. at 
lie; sapolio, 24 doz. at 1.00; 
blacking, 2 gro. at 10.80, 1 gro. 
at 10.00; sundries, 49.75; 
bacon, 19 & lbs. at 23c, 10 lbs. 
at 22c; spirits for medical 
use, 75.60; ginger, 10 lbs. at 
30c; currants, 175 lbs. at 
7%c; oranges, 7 boxes at 3.50, 
1 at 3.75, y 2 box at 4.50; grape 
fruit, 1 case at 5.50, % case at 
6.00; ham, 1115-16 at 20c; 
jelly powder, iy 2 gro. at 10.80; 
cocoa, 60 lbs. at 45c; eggs, 120 
doz. at 35c, 90 doz. at 30c; 
cream of wheat, 1 bag at 3.50; 
starch, 550 lbs. at 8c; cheese, 
296% lbs. at 15c, 91 lbs. at 
16c; lemons, 3 cases at 4.50, 1 
case at 4.00, 1 case at 5.75, 1 
case at 5.00, 1 case at 5.20; 
cocoanut, 18 lbs. at 35c; cod- 
fish, 48 lbs. at 7c; syrup, 3,466 
lbs. at 4c, 11,635 lbs. at 3%c; 
canned salmon, 8 doz. at 1.85, 
12 doz. at 2.10, 8 doz. at 2.35; 
honey, 440 lbs. at 12c; baking 
powder, 14 doz. at 3.75; canned 
fruit, 3 cases at 3.00, 20 cases 
at 1.50; ginger, 10 lbs. at 35c; 
gelatine, 6 doz. at 1.35; berries, 
24 boxes at 12^c, 415 boxes 



at 13c; jam, 300 lbs. at 7M>c, 
525 lbs. at 8c; tapioca, 365 
lbs. at 6%c, 1,057 lbs. at 5Voc; 
soap, 7 boxes at 4.15; clay 
pipes, 3 boxes at 85c; dutch 
cleanser, 4 doz. at 1.00; nut- 
megs, 5 lbs. at 85c; sago, f90 
lbs. at 5%c; corn starch, 120 
lbs. at 8c; tobacco, 104 lbs. at 
50c, 100 lbs. at 42c; canned 
vegetables, 10 doz. at 95c, 12 
doz. at 90c; vinegar, 43 gals, 
at 28c; rice, 400 lbs. at 3%c; 
chocolates, 12 lbs. at 45c; 
marmalade, 4 cases at 10.50, 
4 cases at 9.00; prunes, 900 lbs. 
at 12 1 A>c; pickles, 1 pail at 
4.50, 1 pail at 2.75'; lard, 200 
lbs. at 12 y 2 e, 200 lbs. at 13%c; 
spice, 20 lbs. at 30c; catsup, 6 
doz. at 1.25, 3 doz. at 2.00; 
eggs, 90 doz. at 24c; lye, 2 

cases at 3.50 2,377 04 

Robertson's, Ltd., cups and 
saucers, 1 doz. at 1.60, % doz. 
at 3.00, % doz. at 1.90, 2 doz. 
at 2.75; sugars and creams, % 
doz. at 3.00, % doz. at 1.80; 
jugs, 7 doz. at 5.40; salts and 
peppers, 2 5-6 doz. at 1.75, 3 1-6 
doz. at 1.20, 1 doz. at 2.48, % 
doz. at 3.00, 4 doz. at 1.80; 
tumblers, 3 doz. at 1.25, 8 doz. 
at 1.50, 10 doz. at 1.00; plates, 
1 doz. at 1.10, 10 doz. at 1.00; 
cuspidors, V 2 doz. at 6.00; but- 
ter pot, 1 at 2.25; basins, 1 
doz. at 6.60; crockery glass- 
ware, etc., 25.05; glass jugs, 2 
at 1.00; bowls, 10 doz. at 96c, 
10 doz. at 1.10, 10 doz. at 1.20; 
covered dishes, 2 doz. at 7.00, 
2% doz. at 8.16; muffin dishes, 
1 at 1.25; coffee pot, 1 at 1.50; 
tea pots, V 2 doz. at 6.00; gem 
jars, 5 doz. at 85c, 23 doz. at 
1.00; tomato jars, 2% doz. at 

3.50 256 76 

Rogers, R. J., repairing spec- 
tacles, etc., 4.15; spectacles, 1 

gro. at 36.00 ., 40 15 

Reid, Allan »M., rubber boots, 1 
pr. at 5.00, 1 pr. at 4.50; shoes, 
' 1 pr. at 2.00, 6 prs. at 1.50, 44 
prs. at 2.50, 40 prs. at 2.65; 
rubbers, 1 pr. at 80c, 12 prs. 
at 75c, 24 prs. at 1.00; slip- 
pers, 12 prs. at 50c, 18 prs. at 

75c 289 80 

Reid, Robt. J., rent of tables 3 00 

Reid, W., cow 95 00 

Reid, W. M., veal, 887 lbs. at 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Kingston. — Continued. 



Expenses — Continued. 



ll%c, 357 lbs. at 13c; beef, 
587 lbs. at 12c 

Richelieu & Ontario Lines, freight 
charges 

Roney & Co., gloves, 1 pr. at 1.50; 
socks, 23 doz. at 3.00, 10 doz. 
at 2.00, 15 doz. at 2.50, 5 doz. at 
3.00, 15 doz. at 1.75; under- 
wear, 4 doz. at 6.00, 20 doz. at 
7.50; night shirts, 4 doz. at 
15.00; duck suit, 1 at 3.00; 
mitts, 6 doz. at 6.00, 6 doz. at 
3.00; ties, 6 doz. at 2.50, 12 
doz. at 2.0O; collars, 12 doz. at 
1.50; shirts, 3 doz. at 9.00; 
hats, 9 doz. at 12.00, 3 doz. at 
6.00, 2 doz. at 9.00; 2 doz. at 
2.0O; waterproof coat, 1 at 
15.00 

Ronuk, Ltd., floor polish, 2 doz. 
at 9.00 

Ross, H., evergreens, 10.00; ex- 
penses of patients at fair, 3.00 

Routley, Arthur K., repairs to 
musical instruments 

Royal Canadian Horse Artillery 
Band, musical services 

Ryan, Dr. E., trav. expenses 

Salsbury, F. J., services of 
orchestra 

Sanitary Milk Co., milk, 1,428 
qts. at 6c; cream, 1 qt. at 50c, 
36 qts. at 40c 

Sargent, T. H., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Saunders, John O., sausage, 81 
lbs. at 15c 

Sawyer, W. A., rubber boots, 2 
pr. at 2.50; shoes, 24 pr. at 
2.50; felt sox, 14 pr. at 75c. 

Selby & Youlden, Ltd., repairs to 
boiler, etc 

Shales & Taugher, blacksmith- 
ing 

Shannon, Wm., beef cattle, 3 at 
43.00 

Simmons Bros., paints, oils, etc, 
164.70; floor wax, 12 lbs. at 
45c; plain bibbs, 6 at 1.75; 
sprayers, 1 doz. at 5.50, ^4 
doz. at 9.00, 1 doz. at 6.00; 
floor brooms, 3 at 2.50; razor 
blades, 80 doz. at 85c; cuspi- 
dors, 6 at 40c; sash tools, 2 
doz. at 3.25; snow shovels, 1 
doz. at 4.80; wash boards, 1 
doz. at 2.50; sash cord, 8% 
lbs. at 40c; safety chains, 2 
doz. at 1.50, 1 doz at 1.00; 
asbestos mitts, 1 doz. at 6.00, 
1 doz. at 5.50; pliers, 1 pr. at 
1.25; rubber hose, 312 ft. at 
16c; hinges, 6 prs. at 25c; 



218 85 
15 49 



707 


25 


18 


00 


13 


00 


3 


00 


45 


00 


279 


75 



14 00 



100 


58 


427 


69 


12 


15 


75 


50 


67 


69 


207 


36 


129 


00 



pails, 3 doz. at 3.25; brasso, 
3 doz. at 2.50, 6 doz. at 2.00; 
brushes, 6 at 75c, 6 at 1.50; 
iron hardware, etc., 136.76; 
rubber plugs, 2 doz. at 1.50; 
grub hoes, 2 at 75c; binder 
twine, 6 balls at 60c; com- 
pression bibbs, 6 at 2.15, 6 at 
1.25; dust pans, 2 doz. at 
1.10, 2 doz. at 1.65; scales, 1 
set at 6.00; cloth baskets, 6 at 
1.75; fire bricks, 1,600 at 4.50 
per c; fire clay, 2,400 lbs. at 
1.25 cwt; cotton twine, 20 lbs. 
at 28c; mattress twine, 31 lbs. 
at 45c; shovels, 1 doz. at 
9.00; rubber tires, 1 pr. at 
3.25; thermometers, 12 at 80c, 

1 doz. at 5.00, 1 doz. at 6.00; 
bells, 2 strings at 2.50; 4 
strings at 1.00; safety razors, 

2 at 5.00; ash sifter, 1 at 3.50; 
trays, 2 doz. at 9.00; liquid 
veneer, 2 doz. at 5.40. 2 doz. at 
5.00; kettles, 2 at 2.25, 1 at 
3.25, 1 at 1.25, 3 at 2.00, 2 at 
2.50; dish pans, 10 at 85c, 10 
at 75c; curtain rollers, 2 doz. 
at 3.00; penknives, 6 at 85c, 6 
at 1.00; grommets, 2 gro. at 
2.25; aluminum trays, 1 doz. at 
32.00; tape measure, 1 at 6.00; 
rakes, 1 doz. at 6.00; packing, 
1914 lbs. at 1.60; steamers, 6 
at 2.35; wire, 25 yds. at 10c, 
105 lbs. at 3%'c.j band saw, 6 
at 2.00; soap dishes, 1 doz. at 
2.00; hair clippers, 3 prs. at 
2.50; axle grease, 2 doz. at 
2.50; sapolio, 6 doz. at 1.15; 
can openers, 1 doz. at 1.20; 
rat traps, 1 doz. at 3.00; hone 
stroppers, 3 at 2.00; steel 
lacing, 2 boxes at 1.50; 2 
boxes at 2.00; Gillett's lye, 3 
cases at 4:00; lawn mowers, 

2 at 7.00; spoons, 3 doz. at 
2.50, 6 doz. at 2.00, 6 doz. at 
85c; hammers, 6 at 50c; tea 
pots, 12 at 75c, 2 at 1.50; 
sheep shearers, 1 at 8.50; lime, 
5 bus. at 40c, 7 bus. at 60c; 
scythe, 1 at 1.00; sugar cans, 

3 at 40c; cereal cooker, 1 at 
1.00; dippers, 6 at 30c, 6 at 
25c; crocks, 3 at 50c; lan- 
tern globes, 2 doz. at 1.20, 
2 doz. at 85c: washers. 300 at 

80c; ice picks, 6 at 25c 1,285 73 

Simmons, J. J., tobacco, 126 lbs. 

at 50c 63 00 

Simpson, Dr. S. H., dental ser- 
vices 26 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 
pairs to machine 

Sloan, 'Samuel, chicken, 119 lbs. 
at 15c; turkey, 251 lbs. at 
23c; apples, 16 bus. at 1.00; 

ibeef cattle, 3 at 75.00 

Smith, E. D., & Son, Ltd., plants 

Smith Bros., alarm clocks, 2 at 

1.50; repairs to clocks, etc, 

13.55 

Sowards, James, Coal Co., con- 
tract, wood, 1% cords at 9.00, 
1% cords at 8.50; coal, 2,178 
tons 540 lbs. at 3.19, 1,269 tons 
820 lbs. at 4.23, 140 tons 450 
lbs. at 6.07, 532 tons 170 lbs. 
at 6.30; coke, 12 tons at 7.00, 

1 ton at 8.50 

Spence, J. C, repairs to imple- 
ments 

Spoor, J. W., hay, 6 tons 230 lbs. 

at 13.00 

Standard Chemical Iron & (Lum- 
ber Co., chemicals 

Standard Printing & Publishing 

Co., Ltd., printing 

Steel, Briggs iSeed Co., Ltd., seed, 

plants, etc 

Stephens, Welch & Co., diamond 

cleanser, 375 lbs. at 3c 

Stevens, J., & ISon., Co., Ltd., 

medical supplies 

St. Mary's Cemetery, interments 
Suddard, A. M., corn starch, 40 
lbs. at 7%c; canned vege- 
tables, 8 doz. at 1.00; mac- 
aroni, 30 lbs. at 10c; sapolio, 
6 doz. at 1.00; corn flakes, 2 

cases at 3.00 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

re fuel and supplies 

Sutherland, J. H., & Bro., shoes, 
43 prs. at 2.50, 4 prs. at 1.75, 
30 prs. at 2.00, 11 prs. at 1.00, 
9 prs. at 2.65, 40 prs. at 2.60, 
1 pr. at 2.25; rubber boots, 3 

prs. at 3.75, 2 prs. at 4.25 

Tait, Alex., hay, 11 tons 620 lbs. 
at 15.00; straw, 2 tons 1,190 
lbs. at 7.00, 1 ton 340 lbs. at 

8.00 

Taylor & Hamilton, sauce pans, 
4 at 70c; boilers, 1 at 1.25, 1 
at 85c; dippers, 12 at 25c; 
valve spindles, 3 at 3.50; bas- 
kets, 4 at 25c, 4 at 1.00; 
whisks, 1 doz. at 1.80; pail, 1 
at 2.00; repairs to furnace, 
34.85; iron hardware, etc, 
32.59; kettles, 3 at 1.60; roast- 
ing pans, 1 at 1.00; valves, 4 
at 1.00; spoons, 6 doz. at 
85c; sponge holder, 1.25; fire 



63 



316 58 
15 50 



16 55 



16,640 


28 


2 


75 


79 


50 


110 


25 


41 


75 


167 


79 


11 


25 


30 
12 


91 
00 



26 00 
106 91 



335 35 



197 15 



clay, 4 bags at 80c; oatmeal 

can, 1 at 7.50 121 49 

Tolland, J., turkey, 124 lbs. at 

23c 28 52 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., laundry repairs 15 25 

Treadgold Cycle & Sporting 
Goods Co., phonograph records, 
4 at 1.25; tennis balls, 2 doz. 
at 5.00; baseball bats, 2 at 
1.25; baseball gloves, 2 at 2.00; 
needles, 2.25; baseballs, 2 at 
1.25; catcher's mitt, 2.50; base 
mitt, 1 at 3.00 31 75 

Truedell, John, rent of steam 
engine for grinding grain, 
40.00; service cutting corn, 3% 
days at 8.00 68 00 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paints, 
oils, etc 216 14 

Uglow, R., & Co., stationery, etc., 
166.95; hooks, 14.05; subscrip- 
tions to sundry magazines, 
107.27 288 27 

Waldon, H., linen, 25 yds. at 
50c, 20 yds. at 55c, 4% yds. at 
80c, 2% yds. at 70c; blankets, 
2 prs. at 6.00, 1 pr. at 4.50; 
napkins, 3 doz. at 4.50, 7 doz. 
at 2.50; pillows, 8 prs. at 3.00; 
shading, 60 yds. at 43c; shirt- 
ing, 317% yds. at 15c, 358y 2 
yds. at 14c; towelling, 798 yds. 
at 12%c; muslin, 44 yds. at 
22c, 36 yds. at 18c; ribbon, 
56 yds. at 12%c, 6 yds. at 8c; 
socks, 12 doz. at 1.75; ticking, 
108% yds. at 22%c; butter 
cloth, 243 yds. at 4^4c; but- 
tons, 4 gro. at 1.75; duck, 
51 yds. at 23c; dresses, 
12 at 4.75; sundries, 7.15; 
towels, 2 doz. at 4.00, 3 doz. 
at 1.20, 6 doz. at 3.50; cush- 
ion tops, 8 9-12 doz. at 4.80; 
sateen, 28% yds. at 25c, 9 
yds. at 15c; cotton, 300 yds. 
at 10c; pillow cotton, 316% 
yds. at 22%c; curtains, 6 prs. 
at 1.50, 9 prs. at 1.75; curtain- 
ing, 29 yds. at 22c, 22 yds. 
at 25c; ties, 5 doz. at 1.75; 
flannelette, 536% yds. at 
12%c; sheeting, 256% yds. at 
12%c; collars, 12 doz. at 1.50; 
drill, 53 yds. at 18c; table 
linen, 255% yds. at 60c; shirts, 

12 at 1.50 1,013 64 

Walker iSons, seeds 12 00 

Watson, Thos. H., maple syrup, 

61% gals, at 1.00 61 50 

Whitby Asylum, oil cake, 6 tons 

at 32.00 192 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for the Insane, Kingston.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

White, W. J. B., typewriter sup- Witmark, iM., & Sons, sheet music 

plies 14 00 etc 1 90 

Williams, R. S., & Sons, Co., Ltd., Young, Dr. E. H., trav. expenses, 

music rolls . ... 14 00 112.96; expenses of patients at 

Winter, Joyner, A. H., Ltd., elec- circus, 22.50 135 46 

trical repairs 57 

Hospital for the Insane, London. 



W. J. iRofcinson, M.D.: 
W. K. Ross, MJD.: 
Fred. iN. Neely, M.D.: 
N. Morrison, iMjD.: 
Archibald McCausland, M.D. 
B. Fidlar, M.D.: 
J. C. Hazard: 
D. Rodger: 
H. Jackson: 
W. B. ISmyth: 
Edith Jones: 
Agnes ISnelgrove: 
M. Doyle: 
Evelyn (Bray: 
Eva Bonnell: 
Edward Blake: 
S, W. IScott: 
W. England: 
Chas. Cunningham: 
T. C. Richardson: 
J. B. Williamson: 
Wm. MdFadden: 
Sydney Rose: 
G. A. Armes: 
S. G. Weeks: 
J. A. Stewart: 
Fred. McVean: 
Joseph Cowie: 
Sam. Roberts: 
R. Beatty: 
J. Gale: 

W. H. K. Talbott: 
Jas. Gall: 
Amos Duval: 
Richard Flynn: 
Chief Attendants (Male) : 
Supervisors do 

Attendants : 

Chief Attendants (Female) : 
Supervisors do 

Nurses: 
Cooks: 
Maids: 
Laundresses: 
Seamstresses: 
Stokers : 

Temporary Assistance: 
Farm Hands: 
~ 13 P.A. 



Salaries ($70,304.89) 

Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

do Asst. Superintendent . . 1,500 00 

do iSecohd Asst. Physician . . 1,200 00 

Seven do Third do . . 583 00 

: Four do do do . . 366 00 

Twelve do .Pathologist 700 00 

do Bursar 1,600 00 

do Clerk 1,000 00 

do Storekeeper 1,000 00 

One do Stenographer •. . 33 00 

Twelve do do 480 00 

Ten do do 358 16 

Twelve ■ do Portress 300 00 

do Matron 650 00 

do Asst. Matron 360 00 

do Tailor 650 00 

do [Shoemaker 550 00 

do Laundryman 600 00 

do Baker 750 00 

do Butcher 650 00 

do (Engineer 900 00 

Nine do Asst. Engineer 450 00 

Twelve do Electrician 600 00 

do /Bricklayer 780 00 

do Asst. Bricklayer 720 00 

do Carpenter 700 00 

do Asst. Carpenter 550 00 

do Tinsmith 420 00 

do Painter 650 00 

do Farmer . 733 00 

do Asst. Farmer 550 00 

do Gardener 800 00 

do Asst. Gardener 300 00 

do do 500 00 

do Sewage Man 650 00 

. . . •• 1,980 00 

3,320 00 

14,080 28 

360 00 

2,264 33 

' 9,455 44 

2,743 13 

1,318 90 

1,229 00 

735 60 

5,240 49 

• 35 00 

2,309 56 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 

Expenses ($117,142.50) 

Abbott, H. G., & Co., repairs 2.50; syrup, 337 lbs. at 3%c; 

to vehicles 33 50 prunes, 625 lbs. at 10 %c; gela- 

Adams, Edward, & Co., Ltd., tine, 1 doz. at 1.10; rice, 448 

baking powder, "24 1-6 doz. at lbs. at 4c; cinnamon, 10 lbs. 

1.35; jelly powder, 14 doz. at at 25c, 10 lbs. at 30c; pepper, 

10.80; coffee, 2,860 lbs. at 22c, 25 lbs. at 19c 4,084 20 

780 lbs. at 25%c; mustard, Adams & Tanton, wheat, 500 

30 jars at 80c; pepper, 10 lbs. at 1.75; salt, 5 bbls. at 

lbs. at 30c, 100 lbs. at 18c, 1.35; chicken feed, 100 lbs. at 

135 lbs. at 19c; bovril, 2 doz. 2.T5 18 25 

at 6.50; lye, 2 cases at 3.50; Arkley, L. M., analysing coal 

tea, 2,600 lbs. at 24c; cur- samples 13 00 

rants, 1,888 lbs. at 7%c; American Can Co., packers' 

macaroni, 210 lbs. at 8c; cans, 18.220 at 45.00 per m.; 

sal soda, 750 lbs. at 85c cwt; barrel, 25c 820 15 

toilet paper, 3 cases at 4.50; American Medico-Psychological 

sundries, 82.44; flavoring ex- Association, annual dues 

tract, 13 gals at 8.00; cream (2 years) 10 00 

tartar, 20 lbs. at 30c; cassia, Armour, A., straw, 1 ton 8 00 

50 lbs. at 25c, 20 lbs. at '30c; Back, J. H., & Co., photographic 

pipes, 19 doz. at 2.40; cocoa- supplies 32 50 

nut, 20 lbs. at 20c; sugar, Barnard, John S., repairing 

17,500 lbs. at 4.25 cwt., 6,440 clocks, etc 7 00 

lbs. at 3.95, 620 lbs. at 4.00; Beamish, R . B., chicken, 56 lbs. 

blacking, 3 doz. at 85c, 6 doz. at 10c, 168 lbs. at 12%c, 198 

at 7'5c ; cornflakes, 7 cases at lbs. at 13c; duck, 78 libs, at; 

2.85; raisins, 261 lbs. at 10c, 12c; rock cockerels, 2 at 2.50 66 70 

576 lbs. at 10 %c, 140 lbs. at Beatty, R. trav. expenses, 1.45; 

6%c; canned salmon, 20 doz. house rent 12 months at 15.00 181 45 

at 2.00; scrub brushes, 6 doz. Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

at 2.00; corn starch, 200 lbs. 73.01; rent of instruments, 

at 7V 2 c; split peas, 200 lbs. 226.00 299 01 

at 3%c; vinegar, 64 gals, at Benson, Wilcox Electric Co., 

26c; tobacco, 210 lbs. at 39c, electrical supplies 228 93 

216 lbs. at 77c; cloves, 10 lbs. British American Oil ICo., Ltd., 

at 25c, 10 lbs. at 28c; rice, gasoline, 5 gals, at 16c 80 

896 lbs. at 4c; codfish, 48 lbs. Broomer, J, E., candy, 10 lbs. at 

at 10c, 24 lbs. at 9c; figs, 60c; sundries, 96c 6 96 

118 lbs. at 5%c; canned lob- Box, R., straw, 11 tons, 370 lbs. 

* sters, 1 doz. at 3.35; candles, at 8.00 89 48 

36 lbs. at 12c, 36 lbs. at lie; Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., silesia, 

haddie, 15 cases at 5.40; sap- 113% yds. at 18%c, 69 yds. at 

olio, 3 doz. at 95c; tapioca, 20c; italian, 53% yds. at 75c; 

178 lbs. at 5c; chocolate, 4 lbs. suiting, 60% yds. at 1.05; 

at 90c; pickles, 1 doz. at 3.35; 23 % yds. at 1.15, 128 yds. at 

molasses, 83 gals, at 30c; salt, 1.50, 160 yds. at 2.50; sun- 

1 bbl. at 3.75; starch, 100 lbs. dries, 15.20; linen thread, 18 

at J7%c; allspice, 40 lbs. at lbs. at 2.80; canvas, 100 yds. 

20c; ginger, 50 lbs. at 25c; at 18%>e., 40 yds. at 13%c; 

Worcester sauce, 1 doz. at tweed, 395 yds. at 55c. ; pocket- 

3.50, 2 doz. at 2.25; capers, 1 ing, 55 yds. at 18%c; denim, 

doz. at 2.00; baking soda, 1 53% yds. at 21%c, 59% yds. 

keg at 2.25; canned vege- at 19%c; cottonade, 53% yds. 

tables, 6 doz. at 1.30, 20 doz. at 19%c; serge, 59% yds. at 

at 95c, 10 doz. at 87%c ; 2.50 1 ,256 55 

olives, 1 doz. at 2.00; cocoa, Brown, A., blacksmith ins: .... 238 15 

1 doz. at 2 25, 4 doz. at 2.40; Brown, Boggs Co., repairs to 

brasso, 2% doz. at 1.60; icing parer 2 59> 

sugar, 50 lbs. at 5%c, 100 Brownlee. J. A., repairs to 

lbs. at 5%c; brooms, 2 doa. boiler, 10.25; repairs to uten- 

at 4.50; beans, 8 2-5 bus. at sils, 13.90; pans, 12 at 3.00, 



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Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



2 at 1.75, 6 at 1.00, 1 at 3.50, 
6 at 35c, 12 at 10c; chambers, 
6 doz. at 4.00, 6 doz. at 3.00; 
pitchers, 3 doz. at 8.50, 1Y 2 
doz. at 9.00; skimmers, 1 doz. 
at 2.25; ash buckets, 12 at 
2.00; dust pans, 24 at 75c; 
delivery cans, 10 at 3.00, 2 at 
3.00; coffee boiler, 1 at 4.50; 
dairy cans, 6 at 4.50; mixing 
bowls, 6 at 60c; milk pans, 
4 doz. at 90c; iron hardware, 
etc, 44.34; pudding pans, 12 
at 25c, 1 doz. at 2.50; boilers, 

1 at 15.00, 3 at 4.75, 2 at 1,50; 
mugs, 6 doz. at 1.80, 6 doz. 
at 96c; tea pots, 1 doz. at 
7.50; ladles, 1 doz. at 2.00; 
kettles, 6 at 1.25, 1 at 2.75, 6 
at 1.50; slop pails, 1 doz. at 
10.20; pails, 2 at 1.00, 21 at 
2.75, 12 at 60c, 12 at 25c, 6 
at 40c; potato boiler, 2 at 
4.7'5; binder twine, 300 lbs. 
at 14}4c; collenders, 3 at 
1.50 

Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., 
seeds 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Cairns, B., hog rings, 500 at 21c 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., hospital sheeting, 
24 yds. at 55c, 13 yds. at 90c, 
204 yds. at 1.25"; rubber 
blankets, 35 at 1.40, 15 yds. 
at 1.75; rubber aprons, % doz. 
at 10.00; less discount, 6.70 

Canadian Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 
Co., Ltd., boiler preservative, 
5S4 lbs. at 12c; barrels, etc, 
6.63 

Canadian Nurse & Hospital Re- 
view, subscription, 6 copies, 
1% years 

C. P. Ry., freight charges, 75.05 
rent of siding, 114.80 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages 

Can. Potato Machinery Co., re- 
pairs to potato digger 

Can. Printing Co., blank books 

Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
electrical repairs, etc 

Casselman Bros., shoes, 4 prs. 
at 3.00. 4 prs. at 2.50 

Catholic Record, subscription, 

2 copies, 3.00; chapel supplies, 
4.76 

Central Press Agency, blank 
forms, etc 



551 35 

173 18 
1 00 
1 05 



353 45 
35 60 
26 07 



76 71 



00 



89 
5 


85 

57 


17 
13 


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00 


16 


37 


22 


00 


7 


76 


17 


00 



Central Prison Industries, 
brooms 20 doz. at 4.50, 10 doz. 
at 4.25; cases, 13.60; shoes, 60 
prs. at 1.70, 84 prs. at 1.85, 
78 prs. at 2.00; bed fabrics, 
50 at 2.00; tweed, 291 yds. at 
90c; flannelette, 405 yds. at 
50c; blankets, 2,226 lbs. at 
55c; flannel, 250^ yds. at 55c 

Chantler Bros., manure, 50 loads 
at 50c 

Chapman, Chas., Co., printing, 
stationery, etc 

Chapman, John, H., & Co., suits, 

3 at 5.25, 1 at 4.75 

Chapman & Walker, Ltd., elec- 
trical repairs 

Childs, H. J., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

City Creamery, milk, 78,350 lbs. 
at 2.00 cwt. ; skim milk, 64,140 
lbs. at 50c cwt.; buttermilk, 
1,220 gals, at 15c 

City Gas Co., gas 

Clark Specialty Co., sheep man- 
ure, 1% tons at 26.00; less 
freight, 4.80 

Coates, Burns & Wanless, shoes, 

4 prs. at 3.25, 174 prs. at 2.25, 
6 prs. at 1.60, 480 prs. at 
1.30; rubber boots, 5 prs. at 
3.15, 2 prs. at 3722; slippers, 
12 prs. at 1.75 ; laces, 2 gro. at 
3.00, 1 gro. at 2.50 

Cockburn, A. A., quilts, 100 at 
1.25; napkins, 1 doz. at 4.00; 
case, 50c; towels, 2 doz. at 
1.15 

Collard & McLachlan, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Cowan Hardware Co., transom 
lifter 

Cudney, W. A., expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Dalgleisih, Ruby, expenses cap- 
turing eloper 

Daly, J. M., coal, 2 tons, 730 lbs. 
at 6.50 

Dayman, W. H., baskets, 3 at 
5.00, 48 at 75c, 6 at 65c, 48 
at 50c 

Dempster, James, grates, 2 at 
2.50 

Dennis Wire & Iron Works, Co., 
Ltd., repairs to meat chopper 

Dexter, T., & Son, shorts, 23,000 
lbs. at 1.25 cwt., 12,000 lbs. at 
1.35, 55.055 lbs. at 1.17y 2 c; 
bran, 5,040 lbs. at 1.10 cwt., 
7,500 lbs. at 1.15, 5,120 lbs. at 



2,485 98 

25 00 

162 65 

20 50 

12 42 

265 2Q> 



2,070 80 
692 99 



27 70 



1,077 79 



131 


80 


156 


99 




75 


6 


08 


2 


70 


15 


37 


78 


90 


5 


00 


1 


50 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



1.20; 5,000 lbs. at 1.25, 5,000 
lbs. at 1.40 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Linens, Ltd., quilts, 100 
at 1.25; crash, 255 yds. at 
12y 2 c, 770 lbs. at 12c 

Dom. Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
quilts, 98 at 1.25; towels, 5 
doz. at 2.25, 1 doz. at 4.50; 
crash, 522 yds. at 12y 2 c; 
damask, -85% yds. at 75c. . . 

Dom. Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., oil 
cake, 10 tons at 29.50; freight 
charges, 12.00 

Dom. Match Co., Ltd., matches, 
2 cases at 25.00 

Donovan, H. B., subscription to 
Poultry Review 

Darch & Hunter Seed Co., Ltd., 
flower pots, 25.75; seeds, 
plants, etc., 337.04 

Dromgale, J., & Co., Ltd., (plates, 
10 doz. at 80c, 10 doz. at 75c; 
tumblers, 18 doz. at 90c, 10 
doz. at 40c ; cups and saucers, 
10 doz. at 90c, 6 doz. at 80c; 
bowls, 14 doz. at 1.00; soup 
tureens, 12 at 1.00; covered 
dishes, 1 doz. at 6.00; jugs, 
6 doz. at 1.60; egg cups, 3 
doz. at 60c 

Duncan, J. M., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 

Dunn, Frank, repairs to harness, 
etc., 37.65; harness, 1 set at 
27.00; sweat pads, 4 prs. at 
1.00; bridles, 1 pr. at 6.50; 
bells, 6 strings at 1.65; curry 
combs, 1 doz. at 3.00; halters, 
6 at 2.00; whips, 2 at 50c; 
brushes, 6 at 35c 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., nurses' 
badges 

Electrical Construction Co., of 
.London, Ltd., electrical sup- 
plies 

"Elliott, A., straw, 1 ton, 200 
lbs. at 7.50 

Elvige, H., expenses capturing 
eloper 

Empire Mfg. Co. Ltd., plumpers' 
supplies 

Fallon, T., straw, 9 tons, 350 
lbs. at 8.50 

Farmers' Feed Co., Ltd., grain, 
20 tons at 23.00 

Fitzgerald, T. J., brooms, 20 

doz. at 4.50 

Flavelle-Silverwood, Ltd., but- 
ter, 315 lbs. at 32c 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 476 lbs. 

1,432 04 at 30c 142 80 

17 53 Fleming & Houghtly, bake pans, 
6 at 3.85; repairs to imple- 
ments, 4.95 28 .05 

249 28 Fraser, D., blaeksmithing 37" 45 

Free Press, advertising 3 80 

Gale, J., ducks, 46 lbs. at 10c 4 60 

Gardiner, J., straw, 6 tons, 720 

lbs. at 7.00 44 52 

267 62 Garlock Packing Co., packing, 

2 5-8 lbs. at 1.20, 1 lb. at 1.25, 

5 9-16 lbs. at 1.00, 15 1-16 

307 00 lbs. at 75c; gaskets, 7% lbs. 

at 1.00; lace leather, 7 15-16 

50 00 lbs. at 1.00; gauge glasses, 12 

at 40c 41 13 

1 50 Cramer-Young Press, printing. . 9 50 

Garvey, J., & Sons, manure,' 18 

loads at 25c 4 50 

362 79 Gas Appliance Co., burners, 24 

at 10c; rubber tubing, 12 ft. 

at 10c 3 60 

Godman, C, expenses returning 

eloper 5 10 

Graham Bros., shirt, 1 at 1.00; 

hat, 1 at 2.00; sundries, 25c 3 25 
Graham & Johnson, blaeksmith- 
ing 1 50 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 128 56 

92 90 Grainger, L. E., trav. expenses, 

7.20; services as consulting 

16 90 chef, 60.00 67 20 

Grasselli Chemical fCo., Ltd., 

chemicals 1 99 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 6 82 

Guest, R., straw, 4 tons, 290 

lbs. at 8.00 33 16 

Gumb, J., expenses returning 

eloper 7 70 

103 15 Gurd, W. & C, jerseys, 1 doz. 

at 21.60; monograms, 1 doz. 

6 00 at 3.00; tennis net, 1 at 5.00; 

repairing racquets, 4.00; foot- 
ball, 1 at 5.00; tennis rac- 
12 01 quets, 4 at 3.50, 4 at 3.00; 

sundries, 90c; tennis balls, 

8 25 % doz. at 5.00 68 00 

Hahn, Lena, expenses returning 

7 26 eloper , 2 65 

Hall Bros., stabling privileges. . 50 00 
1 29 Halliday, Jas., purchase of meat, 

20,351.52; rough fat, 15,751 

77 98 lbs. at 3c 20,824 05 

Hambly's Stationery, stationery, 

460 00 etc 22 70 

Hamilton Asylum, seed wheat, 
90 00 16 bus. at 1.25; bags, 1.75 .. 21 75 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fer- 
100 80 tilizer, 3 tons, 1,000 lbs. at 



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Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



27.50, 1 ton, 1,500 lbs. at 15.50, 
4 tons at 32.50 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Hayman & Mills, lime, 4 bus. 
at 40c 

Henry & Colerick, printing. . . . 

Hill, James, maple syrup, 30 
gals, at 1.25 

Hoehn, Marcel, manure, 25 
loads at 25c 

Holstein Friesian Association 
of Canada, membership fees. 

Hookway, R., & Son, salt, 5 
bbls. at 1.50; buckwheat, 500 
lbs. at 2.00 cwt.; wheat, 500 
lbs. at 2.00 cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 
2.25 . 

Howard, J. H., keys, 2 at 35c. 

Howden, D. H., & Co., Ltd., files, 

1 doz. at 3.25, 1 doz. at 2.25; 
shears, ^4 doz. at 7.80, % doz. 
at 10.20; plaster pairis, 1 ibbl. 
at 3.00; shovels, y 2 doz. at 
11.50, % doz. at 9.00; spoons, 
6 doz. at 1.50, V. doz. at 4.50, 

2 doz. at 3.50; sand screen, 
16% yds. at 55c; skate 
straps, 2 doz. at 1.25; skates, 
19 prs. for 9.50; scythes, y 2 
doz. at 12.00, y 2 doz. at 10.50; 
scythe stones, % doz. at 10.00; 
paris green, 10 lbs. at 25c; 
spading forks, 1% doz. at 
11.75; rakes, y 2 doz. at 9.50, 
2 doz. at 8.00; barrows, 3 at 
2.85; forks, 1 doz. at 7.50; 
iron hardware, etc., 63.84; 
scales, 1 set at 24.00; white- 
wash brushes, 2 at 2.90; ther- 
mometers, 2 doz. at 4.00; 
brushes, y 2 doz. at 18.00; 
curry combs, 1 doz. at 2.50; 
padlocks, y 2 doz. at 8.00, 3 
doz. at 3.00, 3 doz. at 3.50; 
snow shovels, \y 2 doz. at 6.00; 
sad irons, 556 lbs. at 6c; 
spades. y 2 doz. at 10.20, % 
doz. at 9.50, 1-6 doz. ait 8.50; 
binder twine, 15 lbs. at 13c; 
water cans, 4 at 85c; yale 
latches, 2 at 1.55; casters, 3 
sets at 60c; knives, y 2 doz. 
at 9.50, y 2 doz. at 12.00, % 
doz. at 3.5~0, % doz. at 10.00, 
1 doz. at 5.00; paints, oils, 
etc., 6.25; hay forks, 1 doz. at 
7.50; rope, 83 lbs. at 16c; 
door handles, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
rules % doz. at 6.00; staples, 
1 keg at 3.50; wire cloth, 250 



Expenses. — Continued. 

sq. ft. at 9c; hoes, 2 doz. at 

253 38 6.00; locks, 1 doz. at 2.50; 

tool baskets, % doz. at 8.00; 

233 08 planes, 2 at 2.25, 2 at 2.75, 2 

at 4.00, 1 at 9.50; hose, 208 • 

1 60 ft. at 20c 516 5 ) 

50 00 Howie, W., lumber 9 50 

Hubbell Electric Supply Co., 
37 50 electrical supplies 88 00 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., contract, coal, 
6 25 1,323 tons, 1,800 lbs. at 4.20, 

594 tons, 656 lbs. at 6.20; 
3 00 teaming coal, 109.31; flour, 

300 bbls. at 4.45, 1,426 bbls. at 
3.90; shorts, 6 tons at 24.00, 
3 tons at 30.00; bran, 3 tons 

at 22.00 16,571 91 

50 00 Hunter, F., fibre, 500 lbs. at 

70 9y 2 c 47 50 

Hunter & Son, livery hire 2 00 

Hutson. G. E., straw, 8 tons, 

1,180 lbs. at 8.00 68 72 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, electrical supplies, 
161.26; repairs, 1.75; electric 
current, 3,329.35 3,492 36 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 
flue cleaners, 2 at 3.00; pack- 
ing, 51/2 lhs. at 1.65 15 08 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 241 30 

Ingersoll Packing Co., Ltd., hog 
casings, 92 lbs. at 35c; bull 
meat flour, 275 lbs. at 4c 43 20 

International Harvester Co., 

Ltd. repairs to implements. 1 80 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion to the American Journal 
of Insanity 5 25 

Johnson & Barbour, plates, 12 
doz. at 90c, 20 doz. at 96c, 
6 doz. at 83c, 10 doz. at 76c, 
10 doz. at 65c, 6 doz. at 
1.25, 20 doz. at 1.10, 6 doz. at 
75c, 6 doz. at 70c, 6 doz. at 
1.00; bowls, V-k doz. at 90c, 
51 doz. at 1.10; covered 
dishes, 1 doz. at 5.75; bakers, 
3 doz. at 1.90, 3 doz. at 2.55; 
coupes, 10 doz. at 96c, 6 doz. 
at 95c; tumblers, 17 doz. 
at 90c, 6 doz. at 1.05, 6 doz. 
at 50c, 2 doz. at 80c, 34 doz. 
at 95c; bed pans, % doz. at 
9.00; cups and saucers, 6 doz. 
at 1.25, 6 doz. at 1.20, 20 doz. 
at 1.10, 6 doz. at 80c, 40 doz. 
at 75c; platters, 4 doz, at 
2.00, 1 doz. at 3.35, 1V 2 doz. 
at 3.25; ewers, 2 doz. at 4.20; 
jugs, 3 doz. at 1..50, 3 doz. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London. — Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



at 1.30, 2 doz. at 2.00; basins, 
2y 2 doz. at 4.20; crockery, 
glassware, etc., 15.57; lantern 
globes, 2 doz. at 60c 

Johnston Bros., manure, 353 
loads at 25c 

Jones, A., cleaning sewage 
vault, etc., 64.00; cleaning 
chimneys, 47.00 

Jones, H. J., Sons, Ltd., print- 
ing 

Jones, John, repairs to harness, 
etc., 24.20; 'harness, 1 set at 
25.00 

Judd, J. C., professional ser- 
vices 

Keenlyside, J. E., & Son, re- 
pairs to musical instruments, 
etc 

Kelly, John, geese, 56 lbs. at 
10c; chicken, 111 lbs. at lie; 
48c, 150 yds. at 24c; pillow 
cotton. 30 yds. lat 20c, 61% 
yds. at 23c; towelling, 85 
yds. at 18c; rings. 12 doz. 
at 50c; lace, 12 yds. at 12%c; 
sundries, 3.53; shade rollers, 
60 yds. at 25c; sheeting, 63 
yds. at 33c; linoleum, 5 yds. 
at 50c, 38 yds. at 55c 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

Kitchen, W. J., trav. expenses 

Labelle, O., & €o., tweed, S% 
yds. at 1.00, 13y 8 yds. at 1.25 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd., 
contract, butter, 27,216 lbs. 
at 2gi/ 2 c, 14,000 lbs. at 27c; 
less difference in price pur- 
chased from other firms, 20.02 11 

Land, W., livery hire 

Lashbrook, T. H., trav. ex- 
penses 

Lawrason, S. F., & Co., soap, 
7,912 lbs. at 6c, 160 oases at 
3.00; caustic soda, 3,540 lbs. 
at 3%c; soda ash, 225 lbs. at 
2 1 4c: ammonia, 2,491 lbs. at 
4%c 1 

Leonard, E., & Sons, Ltd., re- 
pairs to boiler 

Line, McDonald & Co., cigars, 1 
box 

Ling, F., sharpening razor 
blades 

Little, J. A., photographs 

Logan, Geo. E,, interments . . 

London Advertiser, advertising 

London Box Mfg. & Lumber Co., 
Ltd., sawdust, 10 loads at 1.50 

London Brush Co., scrub 



390 


68 


88 


25 


111 


00 


53 


35 


49 


20 


2 


00 



23 75 



271 48 

76 60 
4 80 

25 29 



516 54 
52 00 

5 85 



202 


03 


1 


40 


5 


50 


1 00 
18 35 
48 00 

1 80 



15 00 



brushes, 80 doz. at 1.40, 1 
doz. at 4.50; sundries, 55c; 
brushes, % doz. at 16.80, y 2 
doz. at 7.00, i/ 2 doz. at 15.00, 
iy 2 doz. at 18.00, 4 doz. at 
4.50, y 2 doz. at 3.46 

London Concrete Machinery Co., 
Ltd., repairs to hoist 

London Engine Supplies Co., 
Ltd., packing, 20% lbs. at 
80c, 1 lb. at 1.15; sundries, 
6.75; wire solder, 100 lbs. at 
37c, 226% lbs. at 33c; 
leather belting, 33.62 

London Foundry Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc 

London Gas Power Co., Ltd., 
reoairs to gasoline engine . . 

London & Petrolfa Barrel Co., 
oak cellar tierces, 15 at 2.50 

London Printing & Lithograph- 
ing Co., Ltd., printing, etc. . . 

London Stencil & Stamp Works, 
rubber stamps 

London Street Railway, car 
Itickets, 110.00; mail service 
for year, 100.00 

M'cCausland, Dr. A., trav. ex- 
penses 

McClary Mfg. Co., repairs to 
range 

McCormick, A., & Son, haddie, 
90 lbs. at 12%c; lemons, 1 
case at 3.7'5; oranges, 4 doz. 
at 30c, 1 case at 3.00; pine 
apples, 4 ait 30c 

McCormick Mfg. Co., Ltd., 
broken biscuit, 2,519 lbs. at 
41/2C, 912 lbs. at 31/2C.; pig 
feed, 1,219 lbs. at l%e., 9'58 
lbs. at lc 

MoDougall, R., Co., Ltd.,. repairs 
to lathe 

McGarrity, K., trav. expenses.. 

McGibbon's Drug .Store, chemi- 
cals, drugs, etc 

Maclean Pub. Co., Ltd., subscrip- 
tion to Hardware and Metal, 
3 copies, 6.00; subscription to 
Canadian Grocer, 2.00 . . .• 

MdMahon, Granger & Co., tweed, 
173% yds. at 57y 2 c; table 
linen, 502% yds. at 82V 2 c, 
15% yds. at 42y 2 c, 50% yds. 
at 37y,c; sheeting, 4,129% 
yds. at 19y 2 c, 40% yds. at 36c, 
386% yds. at 13y 2 c, 31% yds. 
at 32y>c; sox, 5 doz. at 3.50, 19 
doz. at 2.75, 10 doz. at 2.50, 43 
doz. at 2.25; warp, 100 bdles. 
at 36c, 20 bdles. at 1.25, 2 



183 18 
9 35 



173 


46 


17 


95 


4 


21 


37 


50 


14 


30 


3 


60 


210 


00 


14 


70 


25 


23 



20 40 



173 15 

3 00 
23 65 

440 11 



8 00 



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Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



bdles. at 1.35, 20 bdles. at 1.85; 
shoe laces, 6 gro. at 1.00, 18 
gro. at 75c., 1 gro. at 3.25; 
muslin, 589 yds. at 10c; yarn, 
174 lbs. at 45c, 246 lbs. at 
47%c, 12 lbs. at 50c, 12 lbs. 
at 52%c, 198 lbs. at 49%c; 
canvas, 66 yds. at 12 %c; sun- 
dries, 137.49; ticking, 1,082 
yds. at 21c, 1,698% yds. at 
22%c; pants, 104 prs. at 2.00; 
pillow cotton, 115% yds. at 
21c, 169% yds. at 23%c, 642% 
yds. at 22 y 2 c, 71% yds. at 
19c; table oilcloth, 14 rolls at 
3.35; braces, 7 doz. at 2.60, 
28% doz. at 2.75; combs, 2 doz. 
at 1.20, 12 doz. at 1.35, 18 doz. 
at 1.75, 8 doz. at 1.25, 12 doz. 
at 1.00, 12 doz. at 75c; shirt- 
ing, 585 yds. at 13c, 1,843 yds. 
at 13y 2 c, 687% yds. at 20%c; 
sateen, 50 yds. at 18%c; linen 
thread, 5 lbs. at 2.75; blankets, 
8 lbs. at 67%c; mull, 246 yds. 
at 25c; cottonade, 56% yds. 
at 16 %c, 68% yds. at 16c; 
underwear, 31 5-12 doz. at 4.75, 
17% doz. at 5.50, 2 doz. at 2.25; 
cotton, 1,174 yds. at 8c, 319% 
yds. at 6%c, 2,607 yds. at 
13%c, 1,193% yds. at 10c, 
85% yds. at ll%c; shirts, % 
doz. at 10.50, 1% doz. at 9.00, 
% doz. at 12.00; waists, 10-12 
doz. at 21.00; handkerchiefs, 
13 1-12 doz. at 1.50, 19 7-12 doz. 
at 1.20, 6 doz. at 2.00, 15% doz. 
at 1.35, 5 doz. at 2.25, 7% doz. 
at 1.25; collar buttons, 12 doz. 
at 45c; cuff links, 3 doz. at 
2.25; collars, 8 11-12 doz. at 
1.50, 3 5-12 doz. at 4.50; belts, 
5% doz. at 2.25; frilling, 1 
doz. yds. at 2.25; nurse 
cloth, 1,047% yds. at 18%c; 
denim, 54 yds. at 22%c, 
62% yds. at 12%c, 541% 
yds. at 20%c; gingham, 
50% yds. at 10c, 17"0% yds. 
at 12%c; hose, 4 5-12 doz. 
at 3.75, 6 7-12 doz. at 4.75, 20 
doz. at 4.25, 6 doz. at 1.50; 
print, 1,527 yds. at 10c; 
sweaters, 63 at 1.75, 6 at 2.00, 
1 at 1.85, 11 at 1.50; % doz. at 
10.50; shawls, 2 9-12 doz. at 
13.50, 1 5-6 doz. at 12.00, 2 11-12 
doz. at 9.00, % doz. at 6.50; 
belt buckles, 1 doz. at 4.50; 
ribbon, 54 yds. at 12%c, 18 
yds. at 10c, 18 yds. at 15c, 54 



Expenses.— Continued. 

yds. at 5c; mufflers, 19% doz. 
at 3.25, 3 1-6 doz. at 3.00; mitts 
and gloves, 3 doz. at 3.00, 
15-12 doz. at 4.50, 6 doz. at 
3.75; caps, 2 doz. at 5.25, 1% 
i doz. at 6.50, 5-12 doz. at 5.00, % 
doz. at 4.50; tooth brushes, 6 
doz. at 1.25, 1 doz. at 1.75; 
tape, 42 doz. at 15c; dimity, 
217 yds. at 80c; scrim, 375 
yds. at 25c; playing cards, 3 
doz. at 2.25; drill, 122 yds. at 
10c; duck, 121% yds. at 15c; 
overalls, 1 doz. at 12.00, 1 doz. 
at 9.00. 4 1-12 doz. at 10.50; 
curtains, 2 prs. at 3.00, 4 prs. 
at 2.50; cretonne, 42 yds. at' 
19%c; suiting, 54 yds. at 
18%c; ties, 3 doz. at 2.25, 1 
doz. at 3.00; thread, 27 5-12 
gro. at 5.00; towelling, 593 yds. 
at 15c, 547% yds. at 12 %c; 
buttons, 3 gro. at 1.40, 4 gro. at 
1.30, 1 gro. at 1.20, 10 doz. 
at 85c; flannelette, 53 yds. at 
15c; lustre, 34 yds. at 37%c; 
dress goods, 29% yds. at 50c, 
22 yds. at 30c, 79% yds. at 
37%c, 79% yds. at 15c; gala- 
tea, 119 yds. at 12%c; linen, 
20 yds. at 13%c, 13% yds. at 
14%c, 62% yds. at 15c; mes- 
saline, 151 yds. at 25c 7,053 99 

McMullen Printing Co., print- 
ing 12 25 

McPhillips, W., repairs to musi- 
cal instruments 6 94 

Maher, T., livery hire 78 00 

Mahler & Son, apple parers, 2 at 

5.00 10 00 

Mann, J., & /Sons, coal, contract, 
1,726 tons 1,500 lbs. at 4.15, 
210 tons at 4.45, 65 tons 800 
lbs. at 6.40; charcoal, 900 lbs. 
at 15.00 per ton 8,525 88 

Market Growers' Journal, subn. 1 25 

Marshall Bros. & Co., coffee, 100 
lbs. at 24c 24 00 

Mason & Risch, Ltd., phonograph 
needles 75 

Massey-iHarris Co., Ltd., repairs 

to implements 16 75 

Meyer Bros., mangle blanketing, 
172 lbs. at 75c; canvas, G6% 
yds. at 87c 187 00 

Michigan Central Ry., freight 
charges 7 60 

Modern Hospital Pub. Co., sub- 
scription 3 00 

Moir, Wm„ straw, 2 tons 1,680 

lbs. at 8.00 22 72 

Molassine Co. of Canada, Ltd., 



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Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



molassine meal, 5,000 lbs. at 
1.85 cwt. 

Morgan's Supply House, trap 
nest, 1 at 1.00; granulated 
charcoal, 100 lbs. at 2.00; bas- 
kets, 8% doz. at 1.00; seeds, 
plants, etc., 10.49; milk scale, 
1 at 5.00; egg tester, 1 at 2.00; 
leg bands, 100 at 70c; incu- 
bator lamps, 2 at 2.00; sun- 
dries, 4.35; incubator ther- 
mometer, 3 at 65c 

Morris, Geo. F., lamb, 141 
lbs. at 25c, 5% lbs. at 35c; 
veal, 11 lbs. at 30c 

Mountjoy, R., & iSon, sundry 
fruits 

Murdock, A. R., seeds, plants, 
etc 

Murton, £H., split peas, 15 bags 
at 2.90; pea meal, 5,000 lbs. at 
1.75 cwt 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., stationery 

Neely, F., evergreens, 2 loads at 
12.50 

Niagara Brand iSpray Co., Ltd., 
chemicals 

Northern Electric Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical supplies • 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 
powder 

O'Dell & Mitchell, stretchers, 1 
set 

Onn, F. iS,, fish, 5,645 lbs. at 7c, 
10.050 lbs. at 10c 

O'Rourke, J., straw, 8 tons 1,480 
lbs. at 7.00 • 

Pardy, Milton, hay, 11 tons 1,620 
lbs. at 15.00 

Peavoy, Geo., killing Christmas 
fowl 

People's Electrical Co., electrical 
supplies 

Percival, Morris B., drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Percy, H., subscription to Cana- 
dian Courier 

Pere Marquette Ry., freight 
charges 

Perrln, D. L., & Co., Ltd., bis- 
cuits, 929y 2 lbs. at 7 1 / 2 c; 
candy, 637% lbs. at 15%c, 10 
lbs. at 25c; tins, 44 at 35c . . 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
307.00; rent of P. O. box, 6.00 

Poultry D6pt., O. A. C, eggs 
(Barred Rock), 100 at 5c ... 

Purdom Hardware Co., Ltd., 
duplex blades, 6 doz. at 1.20; 
bowls, 4 prs. at 5.00; engrav- 
ing bowls, 2.00 • 

Red Star News Co., brooches, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

101 at 25c; stationery, 54.29; 
92 50 Christmas decorations, 35.67; 

services helping with mail 
bag, 24.00; subscriptions to 
sundry magazines, 116.15.... 
Reynolds, C. W., eggs, 870 doz. 
at 22c, 120 doz. at 23c, 840 
doz. at 24c, 600 doz. at 25c, 

60 doz. at 28c, 360 doz. at 30c, 
360 doz. at 32c, 180 doz. at 
34c, 360 doz. at 35c, 180 doz. 

39 83 at 37c, 465 doz. at 38c, 380 
doz. at 40c 

Richardson, J., eggs, 11 doz. at 
22c 

Richardson, J. C, turkeys, 5 at 
1.50; geese, 8 at 1.50; eggs, 12 
doz. at 23c, 11 doz. at 22c; 
chicken, 3 prs. at 90c, 5 prs. 
at 65c, 1 at 37c; ducks, 3 at 
37^0.; cartage and crating, 
1.95 . . 

Ringling Bros., admission of 
patients to circus 

Robertson, J. 'R., expenses re- 
turning eloper 

Robinson, W. J., trav. expenses 

Rogers Electric Co., Ltd., elec- 
trical repairs 

Rollason, iH., fowl, 276 lbs. at 
lie 

Ross, W. K., trav. expenses 

Rothband, W. IS., & Co., medical 
supplies 

Routledge, T. A., musical ser- 
vices 

Russell, J. IS., curling stones, 2 
pairs at 15.00; handles, 1 pr. 
at 3.00, 1 pr. at 4.00; sundries, 
80c 

Sanborn, G. W., & Co., turkey, 
576 lbs. at 23c 

Saunders, W. iE., & Co., medical 
appliances 

Scandrett Bros., spirits for medi- 
cal use, 2.00; oysters, 2 qts. at 
50c, 1 qt. at 70c, 3 pts. at 
30c, 22 pts. at 35c; molasses, 
84 gals, at 28c; barrels, 4 at 
2.50, 5 at 50c, 8 at 4.00, 1 at 
1.50; beans, 10 bus. at 
2.60, 16% bus. at 2.40, 
500 lbs. at 4c; macaroni, 
50 lbs. at 10c; sugar, 8,035 
lbs. at 3.90, 20,000 lbs. at 
4.20, 100 lbs. at 5.50; salt, 2 
bbls. at 3.25; gem jars, 1 gro. 
at 9.00. 2 1-12 grs. at 12.00; 
canned vegetables, 420 doz. at 
1.00; mustard, 18 jars at 90c; 
29 20 soap, 7 boxes at 1.50; syrup, 

61 gals, at 51c; tea, 1,830 lbs. 



255 36 



40 


36 


1 


90 


12 


00 


131 


00 


90 


06 


25 


00 


104 


30 




76 


175 


54 


10 


00 


1,400 


15 


61 


18 


177 


15 


14 


82 


5 


72 


25 


90 


3 


00 


1 


44 


186 


45 


313 


00 


5 


00 



1,393 10 
2 42 



34 


08 


57 


00 


7 
42 


72 
30 


43 


25 


30 
40 


36 
95 


24 


92 


40 


25 


37 


80 


132 


48 


7 


56 



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201 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



at 24c; cornstarch, 80 lbs. at 

7%c, 80 ibs. at 7%e; fly 

paper, 1 case at 3.75; raisins, 

108 lbs. at 10y 2 c; tapioca, 349 

lbs. at 6c; lard, 960 lbs. at 

15c; blacking, 6 doz. at 90c; 

lye, 4 doz. at 95c; tobacco, 

306 lbs. at 77c, 108 lbs. at 39c; 

sardines, 3 doz. at 1.32; bovril, 

1 doz. at 15.00; pickles, 1 doz. 

at 3.60; rice, 1,792 lbs. at 4c; 

raisins, 280 lbs. at 7c, 108 

lbs. at lie; scrub brushes, 5. 

doz. at 2.25; brooms, 21 doz. 

at 3.50; currants, 986 lbs. at 

7%c; cornflakes, 6 cases at 

2.85; sal. soda, 375 lbs. at lc; 

barley, 100 lbs. at 4c; vinegar, 

90 gals, at 22c; shaving soap, 

12 doz. at 75c; sapolio, 3 doz. 

at 1.00; starch, 200 lbs. at 

6y>e; corn beef, 1 doz. tins 

at 15.00; pails, 1 doz. at 2.60; 

toilet paper, 1 case at 4.50; 

jelly powder, 16 doz. at 1.00; 

sundries, 62.20 2,822 75 

Shoebottom, R. T., straw, 1 ton 

130 lbs. at 8.00 8 52 

Silverwoods, (Ltd., butter, 280 
lbs. at 24V2C, 250 lbs. at 25c, 
360 lbs. at 31c 242 70 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., chintz, 
16 yds. at 49c; towels, 3 pr. 
at 75c; net, 11 yds. at 39c. 14 38 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 

machine supplies 5 58 

Smallman & Ingram, Ltd., com- 
forters, 2 at 11.00; linen, 
38 yds. at 18c; scrim, 61% 
yds. at 22y>e; linen, 17 yds. 
at 50c, 25 yds. at 70c, 32y 2 
yds. at 55c; gingham, 129% 
yds. at 15c; blankets, 1 pr. 
at 7.00; sundries, 10.21; 
spread, 1 at 3.50; sheeting, 
391% yds. at 27c • 232 41 

Smallman, T. iH., coachman's 
furs, 1 set at 8.00; sleigh robe, 
1 at 10.00 18 00 

Smith, A. M., & Co., sugar, 6,511 
lbs. at 4.19 cwt, 13,500 lbs. at 
4.40, 2,500 lbs. at 4.54, 947 lbs. 
at 4.20, 910 lbs. at 4.80, 100 
lbs. at 4.95, 2,632 lbs. at 5.50, 
949 lbs. at 6.50, 1,500 lbs. at 
5.15, 3,824 lbs. at 5.10, 5,000 
lbs. at 5.85, 1,680 lbs. at 6.00, 
3,500 lbs. at 6.45, 2,513 lbs. at 
7.10, 1,612 lbs. at 6.80; wash- 
ing blue, 180 lbs. at 17c; 
tobacco, 429 lbs. at 38c, 504 
lbs. at 77c, 85 lbs. at 82c, 
108 lbs. at 85c; soap, 5 boxes 



at 3.50, 26 boxes at 3.40, 5 
boxes at 4.00; brooms, 5 doz. 
at 4.75; currants, 842 lbs. at 
7y 2 c, 403 lbs. at 7%c; shred- 
ded wheat, 1 case at 3.60; 
beans, 7 bus. at 2.20, 10 bus. 
at 2.75, 80 lbs. at 7%c; corn- 
flakes, 11 cases at 2.85; kleano, 
6 doz. at 45c, 2 boxes at 1.35; 
codfish, 40 lbs. at lie, 108 
lbs. at 8%c; split peas, 6 
bags at 3.25; sundries, 115.88; 
molasses, 136 gals, at 24c, 

27 gals, at 26c; tapioca, 358 
lbs. at 6y 2 c; tea, 3,780 lbs. 
at 24c; blacking, 3 doz. at 
90c, 6 doz. at 75c; cocoa, 4 
doz. at 2.40; paper bags, 
15.96; bon ami, 3 doz. at 1.19; 
bovril, 1 doz. at 10.00, 1 doz. 
at 8.00, 2 doz. at 14.00; corn- 
starch, 240 lbs. at 7y 2 c, 80 
lbs. at 7%e; rice, 2,240 lbs. 
at 4c, 896 lbs. at 3%c; toilet 
paper, 1 case at 6.50, 1 case at 
6.75, 2 cases at 5.00; barley, 
1 bag at 3.25; raisins, 560 
lbs. at 6%c, 600 lbs. at 9%c, 
180 lbs. at 10y 2 c; starch, 100 
lbs. at 6y 2 c, 300 lbs. at 6%c; 
syrup, 1,024 lbs. at 3y>c; 
fruit peel, 105 lbs. at 12c, 

28 lbs. at 17c, 7 lbs. at 16c, 
14 lb3. at lie; figs, 259 lbs. 
at 5*4e; canned vegetables, 
14 doz. at 92y 2 c, 10 doz. at 
87^0.; herring, 4 cases at 
4.50; pepper, 10 lbs. at 30c; 
prunes, 883 lbs. at 7y 2 c, 175 
lbs. at 10y>e; beef extract, 
1 doz. at 9.00; pails, 2 doz. at 
2.80; Gillet's lye, 1 case at 
3.50; lard, 200 lbs. at 13y 2 c, 
200 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 400 lbs. at 
14*4c; canned salmon, 20 
doz. at 2.40; salt, 1 bbl. at 
2.85; dates, 40 lbs. at 7%c; 
haddie, 180 lbs. at 8y 2 c, 90 
lbs. at 9c; scrub brushes, 10 
doz. at 2.00; nuts, 14 lbs. at 
42c, 50 lbs. at 12c, 10 lbs. at 
34c, 435 lbs. at 18c, 100 lbs. 
at lie; whisks, 2 doz. at 1.25; 
sal soda, 375 lbs. at 90c cwt., 
375 lbs. at 95c cwt.; macaroni, 
60 lbs. at 9c; corn beef, 1 case 
at 15.00; olive oil, 1 doz. at 
3.00; sapolio, 1 box at 3.80; 
vinegar, 214.8 gals, at 26c; 
fly paper, 7 cases at 3.50; fly 
tape, 6 boxes at 1.20; sardines, 
1 case at 12.00; mustard, 12 

jars at 90c 5,734 12 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Smith, Chancey, oranges, 55 doz. 
at 40c, 7 doz. at 30c, 7 doz. at 
50c, 2 cases at 3.00, 6 cases at 
2.00; grape fruit, 4 doz. at 
60c; lemons, 12 doz. at 25c, 
4 doz. at 20c, 14 doz. at 30c; 
sundry fruits, 20.18; haddie, 
75 lbs. at lie; raisins, 1 box 
at 1.25; bananas, 30 doz. at 
20c 

Smith, C. iR., Stationery Co., 
stationery 

Smith, E. B., spirits for medical 
use 

Smith, Son & Clarke, interments 

Smyth, >H., expenses returning 
eloper 

Spramotor Co., repairs to ap- 
paratus 

Steele Fruit Co., iLtd., manure, 
40 loads at 25c 

Stephens, Welch & Co., diamond 
cleanser, 375 lbs. at 3c 

Sterling Bros., Ltd., boots, 129 
prs. at 3.75 

Sumner's Pharmacy, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel and supplies 

Sutherland Bros., tea kettles, 6 
at 2.75; bread pans, 108 at 
33%c; commodes, 24 at 60c 

Talbot, W. IH. K., trav. expenses 

Tamlin, C. ;S., veterinary ser- 
vices : 

Tancock, J. A., blacksmithing . . 

Tanton, J., & Son, oatmeal, 235 
bags at 2.50, 15 bags at 3.00, 
45 bags at 3.50; cornmeal, 30 
bags at 2.50, 15 bags at 2.25; 
oats, 1,350 bus. at 39%c, 
5,285 lbs. at 1.45 cwt.; rock 
salt, 500 lbs. at 60c cwt.; roll 
wheat, 160 bags at 2.75, 34 
bbls. at 3.75; cheese, 2,133 lbs. 
at 14c, 955 lbs. at 13y 2 c, 530 
lbs. at 16c, 859 lbs. at 15y 2 c; 
salt, 10 bbls. at 1.25, 58 bbls. 
at 1.30, 16 bags at 90c, 10 bags 
at 50c; seeds, 34.75 

Taylor, W. H., straw, 2 tons 
1,560 lbs. at 8.00 

Therapeutic Gazette, subscrip- 
tion 

Thorn, W. J., valve washers, 30 
at 3V 3 c 

Topping, A., trav. expenses 

Trafford, W., Furniture Co., re- 
pairs to furniture, 40c; per- 
forated seats, 50 at 20c 

Turner, C. B., & Co., boiler 
lining, 515 lbs. at iy 2 c 

Turner, S., repairs to vehicles.. 



91 


68 


66 


33 


171 
72 


15 

00 


3 


10 


13 


50 


10 


00 


11 


25 


483 


75 


30 


10 


146 


43 


66 
9 


90 
40 


86 

42 


50 
30 



,939 


19 


22 


24 


2 


00 


1 


00 


25 


95 



10 40 

7 73 
50 75 



Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Vernon, H., & Son, London 
directory, 3 copies at 4.00 

Vita, Tony, repairs to rink, 6.50; 
musical services, 12.00 ...... 

Vrooman, D. J., manure,* 15 
loads at 25c 

Walters, W. J., straw, 13 tons 
420 lbs. at 8.00 

Webb, James, livery hire 

Webster & Graham, leather, 
135y 2 lbs. at 34c, 273y 2 lbs. at 
35c, 25 lbs. at 26c, 9% lbs. at 
65c, 178% lbs. at 36c, 2iy 2 
lbs. at 27c, 3y 2 lbs. at 80c; 
shoemakers' sundries, 26.55 . . 

Wegner Clothing Co., coat .... 

West Disinfecting Co., paper 
towels, 1 case at 17.50, 1 case 
at 15.50; kilroach, 1 case at 
4.00; liquid soap, 10 gals, at 
2.50; roach powder, 10 lbs. at 
1.00; rat paste, 1 can at 1.00 
towel holders, 6 at 1.00 
grimo-sope, 32 gals, at 1.50 
soap dispensers, 12 at 3.00 
disinfectant, 32 gals, at 1.15.. 

Westman, A., pruning knives, 1 
doz. at 1.65; carpet felt, 1 roll 
at 1.75; electrical supplies, 
75.29; tar paper, 3 rolls at 
50c; binder twine, 4 balls at 
75c; key rings, 1 gro. at 
2.50; brass keys, 2 doz. at 
1.80; clipper, 3.75; axe 
handles, 1 doz. at 3.00; rubber 
hose, 25 ft. at 10c 25 ft. at 
18c, 25 ft. at 12c, 50 ft. at 
15c, 400 ft. at 19c; trip gong, 
1 at 1.35; files, 1 doz. at 1.20, 
1 doz. at 1.55, y 2 doz. at 3.25, 
y 2 doz. at 4.80; glass, 21.00; 
shears, 1 pr. at 1.25; red lead, 
25 los. at 8c; expansion bolts, 
1 doz. at 1.90; iron hardware, 
etc., 142.75; saw blades, 2 doz. 
at 1.00, 2 doz. at 75c, burners, 
3 doz. at 1.35; gasoline, 9 gals, 
at 25c, 35 gals, at 30c; 
spoons, 1 doz. at 4.85, 1 doz. at 
5.50, 24 doz. at 1.25, 12 doz. at 
2.35, 4 doz. at 3.20; brushes, 
% doz. at 6.00, y> doz. at 
19:80; y 2 doz. at 24.00, 6 at 2.25 
each, 1 at 5.25, y 2 doz. at 
12.00, y 2 doz. at 2.25, 3 at 35c; 
shovels, y> doz. at 10.00, 1 doz. 
at 8.50, y 2 doz. at 10.80; night 
latch, 2 at 2.00; wrenches, 3 
at 75c; twine, 5 pkgs. at 
90c, 1 pkge at 2.00; locks, 2 
doz. at 2.40, 1 doz. at 3.00, 6 



193 59 

12 00 

18 50 

3 75 

105 68 
52 00 



254 14 
4 50 



199 80 



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203 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued^ 

Hospital for the Insane, London.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 

at 60c; plyers, 2 prs. at 60c, 3 doz. at 2.25; ladders, 1 at 

1 pr. at 1.85, 1 pr. at 1.35; 2.75, 1 at 4.40; lantern globes, 
graphite, 5 lbs. at 30c; napkin 2 doz. at 1.00; paint, oils, etc, 
rings, % doz. at 4.60; transom 11.45; shade rings, 6 doz. at 
catches, 1 doz. at 2.25; cal- 35c; cones, 36 at 35c; repairs 

lipers, 4 at 65c, door bell, 1 to implements, 4.80 878 97 

at 1.00; lanterns, 1 doz. at Williamson, J. B., trav. expenses 10 05 

10.80; trowels, 2 at 1.45; oil Whetter, ,H. F., manure, 4 loads 

stone, 1 at 1.10; axes, 4 at at 25c 1 00 

1.35, 1 at 1.25; door springs, Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd., cricket 

2 at 60c; door fasteners, 11 bats, 4 at 7.20; rubber handles, 
at 75c; picks, 3 at 65c; hair 6 at 40c; leg guards, 2 pr. at 
clippers, 1 pr. at 2.25; pud- 4.00; cricket balls, 6 at 2.00.. 51 20 
ding dishes, 1 doz. at 2.75; Wilson, W. J., veterinary ser- 

food chopper, 1 at 1.75, 1 at vices 31 50 

2.25, 1 at 2.00; staples, 1 keg Wright Co., /Ltd., 1 hat 3 00 

at 3.00; atomizer, 1 at 1.25; Wright, James, & Co., leather, 

mirrors, 6 at 1.75; lace 125% yds. at 1.00; moss, 1,837 

leather, 3 3-16 lbs. at 1.10; lbs. at 8c; packing, 10% lbs. 

pails, 1 doz. at 3.10; corundum at 85c; solder, 21 lbs. at 30c; 

wheel, 1 at 2.50; paris green, files, V 2 doz. at 5.00, 1 doz. at 

50 lbs. at 20c; square, 1 at 2.10, 1 doz. at 3.85, 1 doz. at 

3.00; deck scrubs, 6 at 45c; 2.85, 1 doz. at 4.00; plaster 

razor blades, 4 sets at 60c, 3 paris, 1 bbl. at 2.75; rules, 12 

doz. at 1.20; pencils, 2 gro. at at 40c; binding gimp, 100 yds. 

2.25; saws, 2 at 1.75; scissors, at 3c, 100 yds. at 2%c; sun- 

1 pr. at 1.35; 3 prs. at 1.25; dries, 98.75; sea grass, 5,059 

charcoal, 9 bags at 40c; lbs. at 2%c; vise, 1 at 7.00; 

hinges, 18 prs. at 75c, 6 prs. wrenches, 2 at 2.10, 3 at 75c, 

at 25c; hercules paper, 1 roll 2 at 2.70; hack-saw blades, 2 

at 4.25; poultry netting, 50 doz. at 1.25, 2 doz. at 80c; 

yds. at 10c, 1 roll at 2.38, 2 shovels, % doz. at 8.00; 

rolls at 4.60; iron stands, 2 leather belting, 50 ft. at 32c; 

doz. at 75c; broilers, % doz. wheels, 1 set at 18.25 614 88 

at 15.00; knives, 12 doz. at Wright, )Sons & Co., mitts, 20 

35c, 2 doz. at 65c; rope, 8 doz. at 4.50; caps, 20% doz. 

lbs. at 19c, 9 lbs. at 18c; at 4.50; cases, 75c; hats, 4 

casters, 2 sets at 70c; belting, doz. at 4.50, 1 doz. at 12.00, 

100 ft. at 21c; casserole, 1 at 37% doz. at 1.75 278 63 

1.25; hoes, 1 doz. at 6.50; Young, J., repairs to implements 90 

razors, 3 at 1.75, 3 at 1.50; Young, R. J., & Co., gingham, 

bluestone, 500 lbs. at 7c, 25 46% yds. at 18c 8 37 

lbs. at 8c; splicing clamps, 4 Ziegler, Dr. C. H., dental ser- ' 

pr. at 2.00 ; leather belting, vices 16 00 

60 ft. at 34c; paring knives, 

Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. 



Salaries ($43,946.28) 

N. H. Beemer, M.D. : Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

J. Rollins, M.D. do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

L. R. Yelland, (M.D.: do Second Asst. Physician 1,041 00 

Clair L. Douglas, M.D.: do Third Asst. do 916 00 

Allan B. Earle, M.D.: One do do 41 50 

M. Keilty: Twelve do Bursar 1,600 00 

Alex. Murray: do Clerk and Stenographer 578 00 

Margaret Pattison: do Portress and Typewriter ... 420 00 

R. Elkin: do Storekeeper 1.000 00 

Jessie Blyth: do Matron 550 00 

J. C. McMillan: do Laundryman 550 00 

Geo. Dea: do Baker 650 00 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
- Hospital for the Insane, Mimico. — Continued. 



Salaries.— Continued . 



Geo. Stubbs: 

Geo. Gourlay: 

Jas. Aisles: 

Wm. Wilkinson 

A. Craig: 

H. Thomas: 

H. Maxwell: 

F. Critchley: 

Ben Watson: 

Jacob Rutton: 

W. E. Stock: 

Thos. Pattison: 

Wm. Patterson: 

S. Matheson: 

Thos. Burgess: 

Neil McFadyen: 

Chief Attendants: 

Supervisors (iMale): 

Attendants do 

Supervisors (Female) 

Nurses: 

Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Seamstresses: 

Stokers: 

Farm hands: 

Temporary assistance: 



Twelve months' salary 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Butcher and Dairyman . . . 
Engineer at Main Building. 
do Pump House . 

Asst. Engineer 

Electrician 

do * 

Carpenter 

Asst. Carpenter 

Mason 

Painter 

Farmer 

Asst. Farmer 

do 

Gardener 

Asst. Gardener 

do 



540 00 
850 00 
600 00 
650 00 
600 00 
650 00 
700 00 

358 00 
600 00 
500 00 
750 00 
600 00 
480 00 
800 00 
420 00 
520 00 
357 98 

2,793 79 
7,336 56 
1,522 07 
5,237 07 
1,412 33 

359 54 
735 43 
684 00 

1,641 34 
695 67 
106 00 



Expenses ($81,043.21) 



Alienist and Neurologist, sub- 
scription 

American Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., laundry repairs, etc. 

American Medico-Psychological 
Association, annual dues .... 

Anderson, Macbeth, Ltd., straw 
hats, 7 doz. at 2.50, 10 doz. 
at 1.50; caps, 1 doz. at 1.00, 
10 doz. at 3.75 

Arkley, L. M., analysing coal 
samples 

Armstrong, Fred., Co.. Ltd., 
solder, 50 lbs. at 22c; electri- 
cal supplies, 21.00 

Armstrong & Paffard, Ltd., 
sugar, 2,500 lbs. at 6.50 ewt. . . 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
■Co., Ltd., soap, 3,154 ybs. at 
7c, 1,254 lbs. at 7'^c; caustic 
soda, 610 lbs. at 3^c; wyan- 
dotte soda, 2,800 lbs. at l%c; 
ammonia powder, 366 lbs. at 
2.90 cwt 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
15.02; rent of instruments, 
284.50 

Beemer, Dr. IN. H., car tickets, 
40.60; trav. expenses, 4.00 ... 

Biggar, Alfred €., keys, 19.50; 
repairs to locks, 1.45 



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71 


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9 


00 


32 


00 


162 


50 



395 79 

299 52 
44 60 
20 95 



Blackman, A. F. J., musical 
services 

Blyth, Jessie, car tickets 

Bonner, J., bug liquid, 37.50; 
roach powder, 10 lbs. at 50c. 

British Employment . Associa- 
tion, services securing help.. 

Brock, Christina, car tickets. . 

Brock, W. R., Co. Ltd., hoods, 
5% doz. at 6.25; shirting, 1,614 
yds. at 13i<c; lining, 415% 
yds. at 18y 2 c, 81% yds. at 
50c, 200 yds. at 17y 2 c; tweed, 
19 yds. at 5.00; fur sets, 12 
at 2.50; ties, 4 S.i*. at 1.50, 
8 doz. at 1.25, 6 cioz. at 2.25, 
4 doz. at 2.00, 1 doz. at 2.75; 
handkerchiefs, 6 doz. at 2.25, 
3 doz. at 1.20, 9 doz. at 80c, 
15 doz. at 90c, 2 doz. at 1.25, 
3 doz. at 1.35, 3 doz. at 75c; 
hose, 6 doz. at 3.00; flannel- 
ette, 521 yds. at 15c, 581% 
yds. at lie, 911 yds. at 12c; 
cottonade, 316% yds. at 
16^c.; crash, 206 yds. at 10c; 
rugs, 2 at 6.00, 6 at 4.50, 
galatea 247y 2 yds. at 16c; 
tabling, 204 yds. at 37y 2 c; 
sheeting, 508 yds. at 24y 2 c, 
1,154% yds. at 23y 2 c, 796 



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205 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



yds. at 25c; (braces, 10 doz. 
at 2.25; gloves, 2 doz. at 9.00, 

5 doz. at 2.00; mitits, 14 doz. 
at 2.25; scarfs, 1 doz. at 6.50, 
2 doz. at 3.00, 3 doz. at 4.50, 
1 doz. at 6.00; cardigans, % 
doz. at 24.00; sweaters, 2% 
doz. at 30.00, % doz. at 25.00, 
1-6 doz. at 24.00, 1-6 doz. at 
22.50, 2% doz. at 27.00; waists, 

6 doz. at 6.00, 7 doz. at 6.75, 
1 doz. at 9.00; combs, 36 doz. 
at 7 , 5c, 12 doz. at 85c, 12 doz. 
at 90c; canvas, 50 yds. at 
17y 2 c, 100 yds. at 16y 2 c; 
sundries, 126.72; corsets, 

5 7-12 doz. at 9.00; tweed, 
l,122y 2 yds. at 37 %c; pillow 
cotton, 336% yds. at 13y 2 c; 
cotton, 663% yds. at 12y 2 c, 
1,778% yds. at 13y 2 c; linen, 
127% yds. at 21c; denim, 
217 yds. at 23y 2 c, 622% yds. 
at 22c; wadding, 40 doz. at 
25c; underwear, 2 doz. at 
3.75; brooches, 3 doz. at 2.25; 
crochet cotton, 3 gro. at 
6.80; uniform cloth, 378 yds. 
at 16c; collars, 2% doz. at 
2.25, 1 1-12 doz. at 4.50,.% 
doz. at 4.00, 4 doz. at 1.00; 
holland, 45 yds. at 24c; terry 
cloth, 112y 2 yds. at 15 %c; 
ticking, 272% yds. at 23y 2 c; 
towelling, 121 yds. at 15c, 
114 yds. at 25c; corset laces, 

1 gro. at 13.50; linen thread, 
10 doz. at 2.80, 2 doz. at 1.05, 

6 doz. at 2.90; serge, 25 yds. 

at 1.60 3 > 705 40 

Burns, P., & Co., Ltd., contract, 

coal, 4,599 tons, 375 lbs. at 

5.00, 212 tons, 465 lbs. at 7.75. 24,643 13 
Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., 

Ltd., repairs to range 

Bursar, to pay sundries, 14.59; 

car tickets, 50.50 

Cairns, Bernard, indelible ink, 

3 quarts at 8.80; rubber 

stamps, 40c 

Canada Brokerage Co., Ltd., 

syrup, 1,912 lbs. at 3%c; salt, 

2 bbls. at 2.75, 2 bbls. at 2.90; 
rice, 1,000 lbs. at 3y 2 c, 1,120 
lbs. at 3%c, 1,120 lbs. at 
3%c, 1,120 lbs. at 4c; cocoa- 
nut, 25 lbs. at 19c, 20 lbs. at 
17c; mustard, 6 lbs. at 44c, 
canned salmon, 4 doz. at 2.00; 
Holbrook's sauce, 1 doz. at 
2.75; canned vegetables, 4 doz. 



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26 80 



at 80c; matches, 30 gro. at 
50c; 'vinegar, 126 gals, at 
25c; tea, 1,000 lbs. at 25c, 
1,000 lbs. at 28c; currants, 80 
lbs. at 6%c; rice, 1,000 lbs. at 
3%c; soap, 4 boxes at 3.25; 
raisins, 56 lbs. at 6%c; sugar, 
5,000 lbs. at 4.21 cwt, 3,000 
lbs. at 4.11 cwt., 2,500 lbs. at 
4.41 cwt., 2,500 lbs. at 5.10 
cwt, 3,000 lbs. at 6.31 cwt; 
biscuits, 142% lbs. at 7c; 
sundries, 11.83 1,682 13 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., rubber boots, 7 prs. 
at 1.25, 2 pr. at 3.00, 12 pr. at 
3.55, 2 pr. at 3.25, 1 pr. at 1.15, 
4 pr. at 3.15, 1 pr. at 4.00, 1 pr. 
at 3.40; hot water bottles, 1 
doz. at 12.00; hose, 200 ft. at 
23c; rubber coat, 1 at 4.90; 
couplings, 6 sets at 25c; rub- 
ber blankets, 144 prs. at 1.75; 
sundries, 20.41 

Canada Customs, duty charges . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canadian Fairbanks Morse Co., 
Ltd., gauge charts, 500 

Canadian Tool iSteel Co., Ltd., 
cleaver 

Canadian General Electric Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 
Co., Ltd., electrical supplies. . . 

Canada Linseed Oil Mills, Ltd,, 
oil cake meal, 6 tons at 28.50, 
3 tons at 34.50 274 50 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 
paints, oils, etc 

C.P.R. Co's Telegraph, messages 

Canadian Practitioner and Re- 
view, subscription 

Canadian Printing Co., blank 
books 

Canadian Pyrofugont Flooring 
Co., Ltd., hydrometers, 2 at 
80c 

Caslor, John, saw blades, 2 at 
75c 

Central Press Agency, blank 
forms, etc 

Central Prison Farm, seeds .... 

Central Prison Industries, boots, 
93 prs. at 1.75, 62 prs. at 2.00, 
56 prs. at 1.95, 24 prs. at 2.25, 
32 prs. at 2.40; whisks, 1 doz. 
at 1.35, 1 doz. at 1.65; frieze, 
46 yds. at 1.00; blankets, 1,226 
lbs. at 60c; sundries, 5.40; 
yarn, 380 lbs. at 55c; brooms, 
45 doz. at 4.00 1,705 75 



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77 


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42 


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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Cohoe, B. R., seeds 

Cole, Perry, subscriptions to 
sundry newspapers 

Consolidated Optical Co., .Ltd., 
spectacle frames, 1 gro 

Crown Chemical Co., metal 
polish, 3 doz. at 3.00 

Cruickshank, J. L., inspecting 
scales 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c, less 
discount, 24c 

Dalton Bros., cocoanut, 20 lbs. at 
20c; nutmegs, 5 lbs. at 35c; 
cinnamon, 20 lbs. at 25c; bak- 
ing powder, 110 lbs. at 20c; 
ginger, 10 lbs. at 25c; cocoa, 
50 lbs. at 30c; coffee, 100 lbs. 
:at 21c, 200 lbs. at 25c, 50 lbs. 
at 30c; gelatine, 10 lbs. at 
35c, 10 lbs. at 45c; celery salt, 

1 doz. at 90c; mustard, 100 
lbs. at 18c, 50 lbs. at 20c 
flavoring extracts, 11 doz. at 
5.00; pepper, 95 lbs. at 18c, 55 
lbs. at 20c; almond paste, 5 
lbs. at 40c; less discount, 4.85 

Dawson, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., sub- 
scription to sundry maga- 
zines 

Doughty, J. H„ roasting pans, 20 
at 75c, 40 at 40c; iron barrels, 

2 at 3.00; bread pans, 12 at 
1.25; dust pans, 6 at 1.05; 
dish pans, 2 at 1.05; coffee 
pots, 12 at 1.75; tea pots, 24 
at 1.75; sundries, 6.66 

Douglas & Ratcliff, Ltd., paper, 
twine, etc 

Doyle, M., Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 
15,470 lbs. at 9c .*. 1 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., buttermilk, 
7 gals, at 20c; nurses' badges, - 
6.00 

Fenny, J. W., Candy Co., candy, 
300 lbs. at 7c, 30 lbs. at 14c, 
65 lbs. at 10c, 70 lbs. at 8c, 10 
lbs. at 9c, 10 lbs. at 15c 

Ferrier & Co., seed potatoes, 150 
bus. at 92y 2 c, 300 bus. at 85c, 
less freight, 77.00 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 312 lbs. 
at 30c 

Foerster, C, smoking meat 

Foy, Geo. J., Ltd., spirits for 
medical use 

Garlock Packing Co., gaskets, 
14% lbs. at 1.00, less discount, 
28c 

Gillette Safety Razor Co., Ltd., 
blade sets, 144 at 65c; razor 
sets, 26 at 3.75 



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392 30 

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316 75 



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G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages 

Gordon, Dr. A. R., medical ser- 
vices 

Gordon, McKay & Co., Ltd., 
cricket balls, 24 at 1.20 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., toilet 
set, 3 at 2.75; tumblers, 3 
doz. at 2.75, 11-12 doz. at 8.80, 4 
doz. at 1.60; plates, 1 doz. at 
5.00; jugs, % doz. at 4.80; 
bowls, V 2 doz. at 5.00; sauce 
tureens, % doz. at 10.12; 
butter dishes, 3 at 40c; bou- 
illon cups and saucers, % doz. 
at 20.00; fruit jars, 3 gro. at 
11.25; crockery, glassware, 
etc., 7.04; teapot stands, V 2 
doz. at 3.60 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery.. 

Grace Hospital, care of patients 

Grand Trunk Ry., rent of siding, 
29.38; freight charges, 212.79 

Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice, 
13,300 lbs. at 25c cwt., 276 
tons 1,100 lbs. at 1.05 

Guelph Soap Co., soap, 6,343 lbs. 
at 5c, less freight, 9.86 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to range 

Halliday, Jas., rough fat, 2,430 
lbs. at 3c; purchase of meat, 
12.969.86 

Halliday, H„ ice, 933 blocks at 
3c 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 

Harcourt, E. H., Co., Ltd., print- 
ing and stationery „ 

Hards, Timpson & Co., repairs 
to vehicles 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies : 

Heather, H., & Son, milk pans, 
4 at 65c; drip pans, 2 at 1.50; 
sundries, 8.40 

Hees, Geo. H., Son & Co., Ltd., 
rollers, V\ gro. at 21.00; shade 
cloth, 104 yds. at 15 l-5c, 60 
yds. at 20%c, 200 yds. at 16c, 
100 yds. at 14c, 100 yds. at 
22c; less discount, 2.93 

Henderson, H., expenses return- 
ing eloper 

Hone & Rivet, services securing 
help 

Hopkins, T. M., cleaning chim- 
neys 

Horner, Frank W., Ltd., chemi- 
cals 

Hospital World, subscription . . 

Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 
tungsten lamps 



15 16 
25 00 
28 80 



97 19 

84 30 

5 00 

242 17 



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63 


307 29 


24 


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98 


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79 


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3 


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207 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 



Humphrey, F. W., raisins, 80 lbs. 
at 10c, 168 lbs. at 6%c; sago, 
158 lbs. at 5c; salt, 17 bbls. at 
1.35, 18 bbls. at 1.40; powdered 
borax, 50 lbs. at 6c; starch, 
300 lbs. at 7c; canned vege- 
tables, 4 doz. at 1.30; soap, 15 
boxes at 3.20; cornstarch, 400 
lbs. at 6c 110 lbs. at $%c; fly 
paper, 3 cases at 3,50; simplex, 
1 gro. at 9.00, 3 gro. at 5.40; 
sundries, 10.02; bluestone, 450 
lbs. at 6%c, 450 lbs. at 6%c; 
sugar, 3,633 lbs. at 4.25 cwt., 
2,500 lbs. at 4.41 cwt. ; Gillett's 
lye, 1 case at 3.50; liquid 
veneer, % doz. at 4.00; Hol- 
brook's sauce, 1 doz. at 2.25; 
syrup, 1,669 lbs. at 8%c; bis- 
cuits, 144% lbs at 7c; rice, 
1,000 lbs. at 3.10; wash boards, 
1 doz. at 2.45 665 &5 

Hunter, F., fibre, 500 lbs. at 

lOMsC, 500 lbs. at 9V 2 c , 100 00 

Hydroelectric Power Commis- 
sion, electric current, 1,120.06; 
electrical supplies, 28.40 1,148 46 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 
stoker packing, 21 lbs. at 1.35 28 35 

Imperial Tobacco Co., Ltd., to- 
bacco, 1,575 lbs. at 44c, 24 
lbs. at 46c, 525 lbs. at 52c; 
less discount, 107.47 869 57 

Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 644 51 

Ivory, James, heater, 1 at 15.00; 
milk cans, 3 at 2.60, 3 at 2.85; 
sundries, 15c; tea kettle, 1 at 
2.00 33 50 

Jackson Employment Co., ser- 
vices securing help 2 00 

Jaeobi, Philip, leather, 200% lbs. 
at 39c, 24 ft. at 28c; shoe- 
makers' sundries, 6.51 91 33 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion to American Journal of 
Insanity, 5.25; express order, 
3c 5 28 

Jones Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd., 

repairs to boilers, etc 87 02 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 1,800 

lbs. at 25c 450 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 45 80 

Kirkpatrick, W. A., & Son, har- 
ness, 1 set 36 00 

Krause, Wm., digging well 7 00 

Lake, Wm. H., lamp burners, 1 
doz. at 1.10; rat traps, 3 at 
65c; jugs, 3 doz. at 1.35, 5 
doz. at 3.38, 1 doz. at 5.00, 1 
doz. at 4.50; lamp chimneys, 
3 doz. at 75c; mop wringer, 



1 at 2.i25; pails, 1 at 1.25; 
saucers, 12 doz. at 30c, 12 doz. 
at 25c; stove wick, <6 doz. at 
40c; salt casters, 2 doz. at 
1.10; covered dishes, 2 doz. at 
6.75; mustard pots, 1 doz. at 
1.75; pepper casters, 2 doz. at 
1.10; fly swatters, 8 doz. at 
40c, 6 doz. at 85c; fruit bowls, 

1 doz. at 3.50; sundries, 6.25; 
vegetable dishes, 10 doz. at 
80c, 2 doz. at 6.10, 2 doz. at 
1.20; teapots, 6 at 28c; bowls, 
10 doz. at 90c; mop cloths, 4 
doz. at 4.50 

Lemon, J. W., stabling privileges 
and meals for messenger 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., spoons, 
10 doz. at 1.10, 1 gro. at 4.40, 
% gro. at 15.40; nails, 2 kegs 
at 2.35; 1 keg at 2.15, 1 keg at 
2.20, 1 keg at 2.40, 1 keg at 
2.30, 2 kegs at ,2.25, 1 keg at 
3.05, .2 kegs at 2.90, 1 keg at 
2.80; hinges, 3 doz. at 2.00; 
rope, '20 lbs. at 19c, 46% lbs. 
at 16c; skates, 11 prs. at 65c, 
8 prs. at 78c, 2 prs. at 1.25, 2 
prs. at 1.35, 6 prs. at 1.15, 11 
prs. at 1.60; candle wick, 10 
lbs. at 27c; files, 1 doz. at 
3.64; mortise locks, 1 doz. at 
6.00; hammer handles, V 2 doz. 
at 2.10; night latches, % doz. 
at 16.25; solder, 10% lbs. at 
24c; cup grease, 50 lbs. at 12c; 
taper maudril, 1 at 9.35; stand 
for savage block, 1 at 6.40; 
pick handles, 2% doz. at 2.15; 
chain bolts, 2 doz. at 4.55; 
towel rail, 1 at 1.20, 3 at 85c; 
rakes, 1-6 doz. at 14.10, 1-6 doz. 
at 15.25, % doz. at 13.00; % 
doz. at 6.00; shovels, V 2 
doz. at 9.75, % doz. at 
8.10, y 2 doz. at 8.30; hoes, 
1-6 doz. at 7.50; binder twine, 
200 lbs. at lO^c, 50 lbs. at 
lie; knives, 5 doz. at 4.65; 
iron hardware, etc., 178.67; 
hooks, 1 gro. at 3.50; sash 
cord, 10 lbs. at 30c; gaskets, 

2 lbs. at 1.00; irons, 4 sets at 
91c, 6 sets at 1.50; manure 
forks, 1 doz. at 8.38; snaths, 
y 2 doz. at 7.70; snow shovels, 

2 doz. at 4.00; scythes, Y 2 doz. 
at 8.00; wringers, 2 at 2.95; 
coffee mill, 1 at 3.96; rat traps, 
1 doz. at 2.00; plumber's chain, 

3 doz. yds. at 93c ; meat chop- 
per, 1 at 2.85; tower bolts, 2 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



doz. at 1.50, 2 doz. at 83c; 
glue, 50 lbs. at 12%c; asbes- 
tos, 101 lbs. at 3%c; hay forks, 
1 doz. at 11.40; turnip hoes, 
y 2 doz. at 8.50, % doz. at 9.00; 
picks, 1 doz. at 4.00; paris 
green, 50 lbs. at 17%c; tilting 
vise, 1 at 27.00 574 13 

Library Bureau of Canada, Ltd., 

office supplies 2 00 

London Asylum, potatoes, 65 

bus. at 85c 55 25 

Lumbers, James, Co., Ltd., bis- 
cuits, SOft 1 /* lbs. at 7c; mo- 
lasses, 38 gals, at 25c, 27 gals, 
at 28c; syrup, 1,841 lbs. at 
3%c, 2,224 lbs. at 4c; sugar, 
2,500 lbs. at 4.25, 2,500 lbs. at 
4,51; canned vegetables, 6 doz. 
at 95c, 6 doz! at ft2%C, 6 doz. 
at 82%c, 6 doz. at 85c; borax, 
50 lbs. at 7%c; cornstarch, 
400 lbs. at 7%c; starch, 200 
lbs. at 7%c; sundries, 16.03; 
loaf sugar, 96 lbs. at 5%c; 
prunes, 750 lbs. at 8%c, 4,500 
lbs. at 8c; soap, 10 boxes at 
3.20, 7 boxes at 3.30, 10 boxes 
at 4.70, 5 boxes at 3.50; rice, 
4,000 lbs. at 2.98 cwt.; fly 
paper, 2 cases at 3.50; mac- 
aroni, 30 lbs. at 7%c 1,178 64 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., chemi- 
cals 1 89 

Macdonald, John, & Co., Ltd., 
scrim, 416 yds. at 17%c, 449% 
yds. at 22%c; quilts, 6 at 1.75; 
foulard, 122 yds. at 18y 2 c; 
silicia, 109 yds. at 15c; lawn, 
100y 2 yds. at 20c; collars, 7 
doz. at 1.00; rugs, 3 at 4.75; 
lining, 77% yds. at 20c; flan- 
nelette, 1,054 yds. at 15c, 586 
yds. at ll%c; dowlas, 110 yds. 
at 19%c; linen, 104% yds. at 
37%c; sundries, 48.37; cur- 
tains, 3 prs. at 3.75, 3 prs. at 
4.00, 12 prs. at 3.00; ticking, 
218 % yds. at 16c, 274%' yds. 
at 21c; serge, 64% yds. at 
2.30; towels, 10 doz. at 2.75; 
muslin, 100 yds. at 15c; cre- 
tonne, 117% yds. at 15c; 
denim, 218% yds. at 21c, 
540% yds. at 21%c; canvas, 
50 yds. at 19%c; holland, 
141% yds. at 19y 2 c; table 
linen, 85% yds. at 50c; mitts, 
10 doz. at 4.50 1,261 64 

Maclean. Hugh, Co., Ltd., sub- 
scription The Contract Record 2 00 



Maclean Publishing Co., sub- 
scription to Hardware, and 
Metal, 2.00; subscription to 
Canadian Grocer, 2.00 4 00 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
flour, 462 bags at 2.12%; 854 
bbls. at 3.85; less shortage, 87c 4,268 78 

May, 'Samuel, & Co., cue tips, 2 

boxes at 1.00 2 00 

Mason & Risch, Ltd., music re- 
cords, 39.00; tuning piano, 
6.00; repairs to piano and 
organ, 343.34 388 34 

Massey Harris Co., Ltd., repairs 
to implements 4 87 

Matheson, ,S., car tickets 5 20 

Meakins & ISons, brushes, 1-6 
doz. at 16.00, y 2 doz. at 2.00, 
% doz. at 3.00, 5 doz. at 
1.76 2-5, % doz. at 2.50, 1 doz. 
at 7.20, % doz. at 12.44, 5 
doz. at 1.80, 1% doz. at 7.35, 
6 doz. at 3.75, % doz. at 18.00; 
squeezers, 1-6 doz. at 10.00; 
mats, 1 doz. at 12.00; baskets, 
% doz. at 11.76; sundries, 
28.44; floor mops, % doz. at 
4.00; whisks, % doz. at 2.25; 
brooms, y 3 doz. at 11.00 128 87 

Medland, F. J., Ltd., rolled 
wheat, 12 bbls. at 2.60, 69 bbls. 
at 2.75; split peas, 5 bags at 
3.50; sundries, 1.20 

Mercer Reformatory, laundry 
charges 

Merchants Mfg. & Importing 
Co., jugs, 5 doz. at 4.05, 5 doz. 
at 2.70, 5 doz. at 1.58; bowls, 
50 doz. at 90c; crates, 1.75.. 

Might Directories, Ltd., Toronto 
directory 

Miller, Ida, making dresses, 
2 at 4.50 

Milne Bros., wheatine, 65 bags 
at 2.30, 15 bags at 2.70 

Modern Hospital Pub. Co., sub- 
scription to Modern Hospital. 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., repairs to machinery. . . 

Murphy, Joseph, repairing flag 
pole 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., uniform, 10 
yds. at 45c; napkins, 1 doz. 
at 7.50; pillow cases, 5 prs. 
at 60c; pillow shams, 1 pr. 
at 5.00; scarfs, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 
1.25, 1 at 1.00; spreads, 1 at 
6.50; towels, 1 doz. at 2.50; 
pillow cotton, 15 yds. at 28c; 
table cloth, 1 at 7.00, 1 at 4.00, 
1 at 9.00 57 20 



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190 


00 


3 


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23 


75 


10 


00 



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Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



Musgrave, Chas. E., musical ser- 
vices 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery 

McGibbon's Drug iStore, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

McGillion, Miss, cedar brush, 1 
load . . : 

Nelhams, J., services returning 
eloper 

Nelson, J., manure, 212 tons 
1,700 lbs. at 1.10, less discount 
23.41 

Nerlich & Co., pipes, 3 doz. at 
at 6.00, V 3 doz. at 12.00, 6 
doz. at 2.00, 1 doz. at 2.25; 
mouth organs, 1 doz. at 3.60; 
sundries, 18.20; dolls, % doz. 
at 5.40 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
chambers, 60 at 84c, 48 at 
81c; sauce pans, 6 at 87c; 
boilers, 2 at 1.74, 2 at 4.35, 2 
at 9.90; trays, 6 at 1.26; sun- 
dries, 5.33; sauce pots, 6 at 
3.30, 6 at 1.53; covers, 6 at 
63c; drying racks, 100 at 
75c 

Northern Electric & Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 
powder 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 14 bags at 2.40, 
105 bags at 2.07y 2 ; oatmeal, 1 
bag at 2.75, 1 bag at 2.30 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., paint, 
oils, etc 

Parsons, Brown & Co., nuts, 40 
lbs. at 16c, 40 lbs. at 15%c, 
40 lbs. at 12c, 5 lbs. at 40c; 
table raisins, 2 boxes at 3.50; 
raisins, 56 lbs. at 7%c; bis- 
cuits, 268% lbs. at 7c, 144% 
lbs. at 7 1 / £c; tobacco, 15 lbs. 
at 40c; soap, 25 boxes at 
3.10; simplex, 1 gross at 4.80; 
salt, 2 bbls. at 3.00; canned 
vegetables, 4 doz. at 1.00, 4 
doz. at 95c, 4 doz. at 85c, 4 
doz. at 90c; tapioca, 147 lbs. 
at 5%c; cocoanut, 20 lbs. at 
17c; sugar, 2,500 lbs. at 4.21 
cwt., 101 lbs. at 5.41; starch, 
200 lbs. at 7c; syrup, 3,751 
lbs. at 3%c; rice, 3,000 lbs. 
at 3V.c; split peas, 1 bag at 
3.40; cornmeal, 1 bag at 2.35; 
currants, 80 lbs. at 7 1 / 2 c; sun- 
dries, 8.25 

Peters, Herbert, grapes, 1 keg 
at 7.00; cranberries, 1 box at 
3.75; dates, 60 lbs. at 6c; 
14 P.A. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

holly, 2 boxes at 1.00; cherries, 

135 00 5 baskets at 60c; bananas, 4 

bunches at 1.50; peaches, 10 

122 55 baskets at 75c; plums, 50 

baskets at 50c; pineapples, 2 

232 88 boxes at 2.75; lemons, 1 box 

at 3.50, 2 boxes at 3.00, 2 

4 00 boxes at 3.25, 2 boxes at 5.00, 1 

box at 4.75, 1 box at 4.50, 1 

3 25 box at 5.50; oranges, 3 boxes 

at 2.75, 1 box at 2.50, 1 box 

at 3.25 118 10 

210 72 Phoenix, W., expenses returning 

eloper 11 75 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass... 4 12 

Piper, N. L., Railway Supply 

Co., Ltd., lanterns, 1 doz 9 00 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . . 245 00 
60 75 Powley, Geo., Paper Co., Ltd., 

wrapping paper 27 55 

Reid & Co., shavings, 2 loads at 

2.50 5 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 24 00 

Rice, T. & G., Wire Mfg. Co., 
sieves, 2 at 1.00; screening, 

310 sq. ft. at 30c 95 00 

247 13 . Rollins, Dr. J. A., car tickets, 

10.88; trav. expenses, 6.60 .. 17 48 
128 91 Ruttan, J. W., trav. expenses.. 4 80 

Sadler & Haworth, leather belt- 

150 46 ing 69 08 

•Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 
pudding pans, 1 doz. at 2.93; 
kitchen bowls, 1% doz. at 
256 56 3.60; 1% doz. at 2.16; water 

pitchers, 1 doz. at 6.75; pie 
52 48 plates, 4 doz. at 58c; dust 

pans, 5 doz. at 61c; chamb- 
ers, 3 doz. at 3.24; buckets, 
4 doz. at 3.231/0; pails, 6 doz. 
at 3.63; plates, 2 doz. at 90c; 
garbage cans, 2 at 3.00, 16 at 

2.69%; sundries, 9.85 129 86 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., carpet 
sweeper brushes, 2 at 75c; 
shoes, 1 pr. at 2.49, 24 prs. at 
1.95, 3 prs. at 85c, 50 prs. at 
1.99, 1 pr. at 4.00; gimp, 
2)6iy 2 yds. at 10c; net, 30 
yds. at 1.25; waists, 12 at 1.95; 
chintz, 8% yds. at 59c; shirts, 
6 at 1.25; batts, 10 lbs. at 16c; 
tapestry, 6 yds. at 3.00, 1% 
yds. at 3.75; sundries, 3.33.. 275 87 
Singer (Sewing Machine Co., 

supplies 3 35 

Sisters of the Precious Blood, 

chapel supplies 9 00 

570 95 Sloan, John, & Co., currants, 

120 lbs at 7%c; raisins, 112 
lbs. at 6y 2 c; rice, 1,000 lbs. 
at ^ViO.\ sauce, 2 doz. at 2.25; 



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Hospital for the Insane, Mimico.— Continued. 



soap, 1 case at 2.90, 25 cases 
at 3.10; barley, 1 bag at 4.25; 
sago, 151 lbs. at 6c; biscuits, 
299^4 lbs. at 7c, 291% lbs. at 
7%c; sugar, 2,500 lbs. at 4.35 
cwt, 3,000 lbs. at 4.41, 2,500 
lbs. at 4.51; sundries, 6.10 .. 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., apple 
parer, 1 at 12.50; bread slicer, 
1 at 4.50; sundries, 25c 

Stanley, J., cleaning clocks, etc. 

Steele-Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, etc. 

Stephens, Welch & Co., diamond 
cleaner, 690 lbs. at 3c 

Stern Sonneborn Oil Co., paints, 
oils, etc 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd., 
medical supplies 

Stock, W. iE., car tickets 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel supplies 

Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc., 28.09; lawn 
mowers, 12 at 4.37% 

Temple-iPattison Co., Ltd., dental 
supplies 

Toronto Ry. Co., special cars for 
patients to Exhibition 

Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., 
photographic supplies 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paint, 
oils, etc 

Verity, Robert, services securing 
help 

Walker Sons, seeds 

Walsh, Rev. F., car tickets 

Warren Bros. & Co., Ltd., sugar, 
5,000 lbs. at 4.21 cwt; tapioca, 
176 lbs. at 5c 

Waterous Engine Works Co., 
Ltd., repairs to plant 

Wells, Dr. Josephine, dental 
supplies, 33.85; car tickets, 
2.20 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, 
butter, 21,007 lbs. at 28c, 
7,375 lbs. at 26%c, 2,464 lbs. 
at 26 1 / 4c; eggs, 150 doz. at 
34c, 120 doz. at 35c, 150 doz. 
at 36c, 60 doz. at 37c, 30 



Expenses. — Continued. 

doz. at 38c, 30 doz. at 40c, 30 
doz. at 42c, 30 doz. at 31c, 
360 doz. at 27c, 390 doz. at 
22c, 90 doz. at 23c, 420 doz. 
at 25c, 300 doz. at 24c, 270 
doz. at 26c, 90 doz. at 28c, 
551 92 150 doz. at 30c, 60 doz. at 33c; 

chicken, 8 lbs. at 18c, 49 
lbs. at 20c, 210y 2 lbs. at 21c, 

17 25 9 lbs. at 22c, 1 at 80c; bacon, 

4 50 213 lbs. at 22c, 263% lbs. at 

21c, 97 lbs. at 23c, 20 lbs. at 

657 65 19c; honey, 20 lbs. at 12c; 

ham, 159 lbs. at 20c; syrup, 

20 70 25 gals, at 90c; beans, 24 bus. 

at 2.10, 6V2 bus. at 2.00; geese, 

19 94 855 lbs. at 16c; turkey, 954 

lbs. at 24c; ducks, 9% lbs. 

12 32 at 20c; cheese, 539 lbs. at 

2 10 14%c, 557 lbs. at 15%c, 9% 

lbs. at 17c, 10 lbs. at 17y 2 c, 

106 91 548y 2 lbs. at 16c, 487 lbs. at 

14c, 830 lbs. at 15c; lard, 260 

lbs. at 14%c, 250 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 

80 59 100 lbs. at 14c, 100 lbs. at 

13y 2 c, 100 lbs. at 13c, 100 lbs. 

49 93 at 12%c., 200 lbs. at 13%c. . 10,547 24 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., 

12 00 Ltd., repairs to plant 10 50 

Williams, R. iS., & ISons Co., Ltd., 

32 20 repairing phonograph 3 25 

Wilson, Andrew, & Co., cigars, 1 
74 57 box at 2.00, 1 box at 1.80, 1 

box at 1.85 5 65 

14 00 Wilson, C, & Son, 6-ton steel 

12 00 frame scale, 150.00, less allow- 

2 30 ance for freight, 2.77 147 23 

Wilson's Drug Store, drugs and 

chemicals 93 64 

219 30 Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., 

oars, 1 pr. at 5.00, 1 pr. at 

50 11 5.50; gauntlets, 1 pr. at 4.00; 

footballs, 2 at 4.00; cricket 

bats, 3 at 7.20, 1 at 8.10; 
36 05 batting gloves, 2 prs. at 2.00; 

cricket handles, 6 at 40c 58 60 

Wire Screen Specialty Co., Ltd., 

fire screens, 7 at 3.25 22 75 

Zealland, Dr. L. R., expenses of 

patients to Exhibition 16 90 



J. P. Downey: 

W. C. Herriman, M.D. 

B. T. Evans, M.D.: 

Harold Bell. M.D.: 

Harry G. Smith: 

Win. Cochrane: 

T. McAuley: 



Hospital for Feebie-Minded, Orillia. 

Salaries ($32,960.64) 

Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

do Medical Director 2,000 00 

One do Asst. Physician 83 00 

Eight do do 618 71 

One-half do do 43 00 

Twelve do Bursar 1,500 00 

do do Storekeeper 1,000 00 



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Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Viola Baker: 

E. M. Corley: 

Esther Dyer: 

A. McLean: 

J. Hammond: 

R. Stewart. 

H. Kilpatrick: 

E. Everett: 

N. McAuley: 

A. Jamieson: 

Thos. Childerhouse: 

A. Harvey: 

Wm. Hendrich: 

R. DeNure: 

Jennie Vaillant: 

Gertrude iStanton: 

L. Mulloy: 

Chief Attendants: 

Supervisors: 

Attendants: 

Nurses: 

Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses : 

Seamstresses: 

Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 

Farm Hands: 



Salaries. — Continued. 

Twelve months' salary as (Stenographer 420 00 

do Matron 600 00 

do Asst. Matron 420 00 

do Tailor 650 00 

do Shoemaker 450 00 

do Laundryman 480 00 

do Baker 700 00 

do Engineer 800 00 

do Asst. Engineer 700 00 

do Carpenter 550 00 

do Painter 600 00 

do Mason 650 00 

do Gardener 650 00 

do Farmer 700 00 

Seven do Industrial Instructor... 175 00 

Twelve do Teacher 339 50 

Ten do do 280 50 

501 00 

815 00 

5,955 70 

3,029 20 

756 00 

. 1,579 00 

518 06 

844 00 

1,188 50 

20 47 

744 00 



Allen, John, turnips, 356% 
bush, at 20c 

American Association for the 
iStudy of Feeble-minded, an- 
nual dues 

American Laundry Machinery 
Co., Ltd., laundry repairs . . . 

American Medical Association, 
subscription • 

Anderson Bros., manure, 54 
loads at 50c 

Andrews, IH. (P., pails, 6 at 25c, 
4 at 40c; sundries, 1.00 

Arkley, L. M., analysing coal 
samples 

Armstrong & Pafford, Ltd., can- 
ned salmon, 120 doz. at 1.40, 
120 doz. at 1.50; macaroni, 
2,000 lbs. at 6%c; cheese, 877 
lbs. at 14%c 

Atteaux Dyestuff& Chemical Co., 
Ltd., soap, 10,903 lbs. at 7c, 
1,047 lbs. at 7%c; wyandotte 
soda, 12,600 lbs. at l%c; 
ammonia powder, 390 lbs. at 
3c 

Baker, Viola, trav. expenses . . 

"Ball's Drug IStore, drugs 

Ball, J. F., & Co., Ltd., caps, 
1 at 1.75, 2 doz. at 6.75, 2 doz. 
at 7.50; toques, 2 doz. at 5.00; 



Expenses ($69,788.48) 

collars, 6 doz. at 2.50; ties, 7 
71 33 doz. at 2.00, 3 doz. at 1.50; 

sheep-lined coat, 1 at 5.50 ... 79 25 
Ball, iN. f drugs, chemicals, etc... 83 90 

5 00 Barber, Chas. W., ham, 49% 

lbs. at 20y 2 c, 59% lbs. at 19c; 

2 68 bacon, 110 lbs. at 20c 43 46 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

6 50 83.53; transfer of service, 

4.00; rent of instruments, 

27 00 97.00 184 53 

Bingham, H. A., interments 154 00 

4 10 Blacker, Jas. H., blacksmithing 23 70 

Bowen, A. H., & (Son, sheet 

9 00 music, etc 14 55 

Boyd, Moses, repairs to harness, 
etc, 44.65; horse covers, 4 at 
2.25, 2 at 3.25; leggings, 2 
pr. at 3.00; traces, 1 set at 
602 97 16.00; horse collars, 2 at 3.50; 

halters, 2 at 1.75; sweat pads, 
2 pr. at 1.50; hames, 1 set at 
4.00; repairs to harness, 17.45 117 10 
Brock, W R., Co., Ltd., sheet- 
ing, 1,198% yds. at 14%c, 563 
,073 94 yds. at 23y 2 c, 90% yds. at 

3 10 39c, 1,614% yds. at 25c; 
33 45 demin, 223% yds. at 18%c, 

961% yds. at 22%c; linen 
suiting, 279% yds. at 18%c; 
tweed, 605% yds. at 50c, 



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Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



2,606% yds. at 55c; ticking, 
539% yds. at 22 %c, 278 yds. 
at 21c; uniform cloth, 245 
yds. at 15c, 173 yds. at 16%c; 
apron cloth, 492 % yds. at 20c; 
table linen, 71 yds. at 35c; 
serge, 64% yds. at 2.15; gala- 
tea, 124 yds. at 15c; table- 
cloth, 1 at 3.00; moleskin, 
111% yds. at 18y 2 c; stay linen, 
48 yds. at 18%c; duck, 59 
yds. at 15c; bed spreads, 2 
doz. at 10.50; suiting, 283 yds. 
at 1.10; cotton, 306% yds. at 
16c, 468 % yds. at 14 %c; 
buttons, 3 gro. at 1.45, 45 gro. 
at 55c; shade cloth, 100 yds. 
at 24c, 200 yds. at 18c, 100 
yds. at 16c; towelling, 394% 
yds. at 16y 2 c, 216 yds. at 25c, 
600% yds. at 16c; embroid- 
ery linen, 110% yds. at 23y 2 c; 
pillow cotton, 239% yds. at 
15y 2 c, 497 yds. at 18%c; 
flannel, 300 yds. at 30c; 
Italian, 182% yds. at 37 %c; 
flannel sheeting, 100 yds. at 
28%c; shirting, 2,559% yds. 
at 14c, 2,034% yds. at 14y 2 c; 
sundries, 62.41 

Burgess, F. A., pad cleaners, % 
gro. at 10.00 

Bursar, to pay sundries ....... 

Can, Allis j Chambers, Ltd., re- 
pairs to plant 

Can. Cereal & Flour Mills, Ltd., 
rolled wheat, 6 bbls. at 2.75, 
less freight, 66c 

Can. Customs, duty charges . . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 
repairs to machinery 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies 

C.P. Ry., freight charges 

C. P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages . . 

Can. Printing Co., blank books. 

Can. Westinghouse Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps 

Carter's Tested Seeds, Inc., seeds 

Central Electric Supply Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Central Press Agency, blank 
forms, etc. .' 

Central Prison Industries, shoes, 
30 prs. at 1.50, 75 prs. at 1.75, 
145 prs. at 2.00, 20 prs. at 1.60, 
85 prs. at 1.80, 80 prs. at 1.65, 
10 prs. at 2.90, 60 prs. at 2.25; 
blankets, 553% lbs. at 55c; 
plants, 22.96; brooms, 20 doz. 



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43 


20 


167 


53 


2 


57 


4 


60 


10 


00 


36 


36 


2 


10 


1 


25 



Expenses. — Continued. 

at 4.25, 40 doz. at 4.00; cases, 
5.95 

Church, A. L., manure, 28 loads 
at 50c 

Church Bros., blacksmithing . . 

City Livery, stabling privileges. 

Clark, C. F., apples, 9 bbls. at 
1.00 

Clark, D., interments 

Coates & Stubley, expenses re 
entertainments 

Cohoe, iB. R., seeds 

Colling, The Misses, huck, 6 yds. 
at 25c, 12 yds. at 30c 

Commercial Oil Co., Ltd., paints, 
oils, etc 

Cooke, H., & Co., books 

Cramp, T. B., shorts, 9 tons at 
25.00, 1 ton at 26.00, 1 ton at 
28.00, 5% tons at 27.00; beans, 
32 bus. at 2.15; cornmeal, 2 
bags at 2.25, 6 bags at 2.35; 
figs, 114 lbs. at 6c; lobsters, 1 
doz. at 3.50; cornmeal, 400 
lbs. at 2.35 cwt; seeds, 6.50; 
straw, 1 ton 1,770 lbs. at 11.50; 
brail, 1% tons, at 23.00, % ton 
at 24.00, 1% tons, at 25.00, % 
ton at 26.00; chop feed, 2 tons 
5,147 14 at 26.00, 3% tons at 26.50, 7 
tons, 1,080 lbs. at 28.00, 4 tons, 
5 00 1,845 lbs. at 30.00, 2% tons at 
3 55 29.00; calf meal, 5 bags at 4.00; 
evaporated apples, 150 lbs. at 
30 00 8%c, 100 lbs. at 8%c; prunes, 
150 lbs. at 8%c, 475 lbs. at 8c, 
660 lbs. at 8%c; beans, 4 bus. 
at 2.15; potatoes, 97 bags 86 
lbs. at 1.45; molassine meal, 
500 lbs. at 2.00 cwt.; sundries, 
4.65 

Crawford, W. H., hay, 10 tons 
310 lbs. at 15.50: lumber, 18.82 

Crockford, J., straw, 8 tons 650 
lbs. at 9.00 

Davidson & Hay, Ltd., canned 
salmon, 160 doz. at 1.40 

Dom. Express Co., charges 

Dom. Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., crash, 
406 yds. at 12%c; quilts, 84 
at 1.25; huck, 208% yds. at 

25c; sundries, 50c 

1 98 Dom. Linseed Oil Co., Ltd., oil 

cake, 6 tons at 29.50; freight 

7 00 charges, 14.40 • 

Downey, J. P., trav. expenses. . 

Elson, W. J., services threshing 

Farm and Dairy, subscription 

Farmer's Feed Co., Ltd., grains 
and molasses, 10 tons at 25.50; 
grains, 10 tons at 23.00 

Fawcett, C. Fred., seeds 



1,515 59 



14 

232 

94 


00 
04 
50 


9 
160 


00 
00 


62 
3 


50 
20 


10 


11 


409 
4 


03 
00 



1,550 


01 


176 


22 


74 


92 


224 
14 


00 
32 



208 37 



191 


40 


9 


05 


10 


00 


1 


50 


485 


00 


15 


00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for FeebIe=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



Ferrol Co., Ltd., ferrol emul- 
sion, 9 doz. at 4.00 36 00 

Fleischmann (Co., yeast, 497 lbs. 
at 30c 149 10 

Flexible Conduit Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to flexible irons ....... 1 64 

Freeman, W. A., Co., Ltd., 

cleaver 2 50 

Frost, W. ,S., & Co., watch 1 00 

Fuller Brush Co., brushes, 3% 
doz. at 6.00, 4 doz. at 4.50, 1 
doz. at 1.50; sundries, 60c... 41 10 

Gardiner Bros., hay, 43 tons 
1,590 lbs. at 12.50, 36 tons 475 
lbs. at 11.50 964 17 

Garloek Packing Co., gaskets, 32 

lbs. at 90c. 28 80 

George, W. C, drugs and chemic- 
als, 640.63; stationery, 132.80. 773 43 

Gerow, Mrs. M., sheet music, etc. 3 25 

Gilpin Bros., keys, 6 doz. at 85c, 
6 doz. at 1.30; saw blades, 1 
doz. at 1.15; paint brushes, 4 
at 1.50; saw, 1 at 4.40; shovels, 
8 at 1.00, tf at 90c; axe 
handles, 6 at 35c; lamp black, 
10 lbs. at 20c; drills, 5 at 25c; 
iron hardware, etc, 8.60 . . 51 80 

G.N.W. Telegraph Co., messages 10 01 

Goldie, Jas., Co., Ltd., oats, 1,088 
bus. 8 lbs. at 39c; flaxseed, 1 
bag at 3.25; molassine meal, 5 
bags at 1.90 437 15 

G.T. Ry., freight charges 554 91 

Greenland, EL, gasoline, 5 gals, 
at 25c, 157.22 gals, at 22c; 
dry cells, 2 doz. at 2.76; sun- 
dries, 2.30 43 66 

Gurney Foundry Co., repairs to 
range • 100 00 

Hale Bros., printing 85 10 

Halpany, J. OH., tuning piano . . 12 00 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 4 50 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., fer- 
tilizer, 2% tons at 31.50, % ton 
at 32.00, % ton at 27.50 108 50 

Harris Bros., straw, 9 tons 1,035 
lbs. at 9.00, less freight, 10.00 75 66 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 31 34 

Hatley, James J., lard, 270 lbs. 
at 16%c, 300 lbs. at 15 %c, 
820 lbs. at 15c; sausage, 654 
lbs. at 12%c; chicken, 89y 2 
lbs. at 1614c. 48 lbs. at 18c, 
18% lbs. at 20c; roast pork, 
7% lbs. at 20c; raisins, 28 lbs. 
at ll%c; eggs, 30 doz. at 34c, 
30 d z. at 30c, 60 doz. at 21c, 
60 doz. at 22c, 60 doz. at 24c, 
90 doz. at 25c, 90 doz. at 26c; 
suet, 75 lbs. at 13c; currants, 



75 lbs. at 11% a; beans, 360 
lbs. at 5c; geese and ducks, 
19% lbs. at 18c; salt, 5 bbls. 
at 1.50; molasses, 110 gals, at 
35c, 49 gals, at 26c, 46 gals, 
at 38c; casings, 5 lbs. at 50c; 
barley, 155 lbs. at 4%c, 100 
lbs. at 4c; bath brick, 8 doz. 
at 75c; vinegar, 85% gals, at 
27c; jam, 105 lbs. at 9c; split 
peas, 100 lbs. at 4%c; sugar, 
500 lbs. at 7.00 cwt, 600 lbs. 
at 7.50; bacon, 9% lbs. at 23c; 
ham, 9% lbs. at 20c; corn 
starch, 120 lbs. at 6%c; mus- 
tard, 6 jars at 95c, 4 jars at 
1.00; cheese, 246 lbs. at 16 %c; 
beef, 52,868% lbs. at 12.85 
cwt.; rolled wheat, 41 bbls. at 
3.25, 10 bbls. at 3.75; rice, 100 
lbs. at 4c, 400 lbs. at 4%c, 
515 lbs. at 4%c; corn meal, 
3% bbls. at 4.80, 2 bbls. at 5.40, 
1 bbl. at 5.80; syrup, 6,712 
lbs. at 3%c; fish, 5,059 lbs. at 
111,4c... 8% lbs. at liy 8 c, «3 lbs. 
at 9c, 106 lbs. at 12%c; had- 
die, 25 lbs. at 12c, 503 lbs. at 

1114c; sundries, 19.40 8,876 67 

Haywood, Thos., raisins, 224 
lbs. at 8c, 34% lbs. at 123,4c, 
5% lbs. at 20c; soap, 3 boxes 
at 3.60, 35 boxes at 3.70, 4 
boxes at 3.80, 2 doz. at 1.10, 
1 doz. at 1.00; lobsters, 1 case 
at 3.50; eggs, 60 doz. at 32c, 
24 doz. at 40c, 10 doz. at 35c, 
90 doz. at 20c, 30 doz. at 23c; 
coffee, 1,208 lbs. at 23c, 50 lbs. 
at 35c, 300 lbs. at 24c, 300 lbs. 
at 27c, 25 lbs. at 40c; can- 
ned salmon, 4 doz. at 1.90; 
chicory, 4'36 lbs. at 12c, 161 
lbs. at 13c; nuts, 20 lbs. at 
18c, 5 lbs. at 20c; popcorn 
balls, 6 gro. at 1.40; washing 
blue, 2 doz. at 1.37%; starch, 
231 lbs. at 6%c, 168 lbs. at 
7 1 /4c; baking powder, 39% lbs. 
at 20c; chocolate, 12 lbs. at 
45c; cocoanut, 5 lbs. at 30c; 
split peas, 2 bags at 4.75; 
pickles, % doz. at 4.00; sugar, 
600 lbs. at 4.50 cwt, 200 lbs. 
at 4.25; flavoring extract, 12 
bottles at 25c; macaroni, 4,050 
lbs. at 7%c; cocoa, 2 doz. at 
3.00, 12 lbs. at 45c; soup, 36 
doz. tins at 2.80; corn starch, 
80 lbs. at 9c, 160 lbs. at 7%c; 
cranberries, 60 qts. at 12%c. ; 
candy, 231 lbs. at 10c, 5 lbs. at 
35c; jam, 1,530 lbs. at 7%c, 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



210 lbs. at 14y 2 c., 900 lbs. at 
7%e; pepper, 140 lbs. at 17c; 
lemons, 1 case at 5.80, 1 case 
at 4.00; canned vegetables, 2 
doz. at 1.10, 8 doz. at 1.00, 2 
doz. at 1.20; currants, 230 lbs. 
at 8c; sundries, 41.49 

Hazlett, John, turkey, 172 lbs. 
at 20c; geese, 140 lbs. at 15c 

Heath, J. F., moccasins, 11 prs. 
at 1.25, 6 prs. at 1.50; rubbers, 
12 prs. at 65c; rubber boots, 
7 prs. at 4.00, 2 prs. at 5.50, 
6 prs. at 3.75; slippers, 1 doz. 
prs. at 5.50; arch supports, 1 
pr. at 2.00; laces, 7 gro. at 
1.25, 1 gro. at 2.00, 2 gro. at 
85c, 3 gro. at 75c, 1 gro. at 
2.25; sandals, 1 pr. at 1.25; 
shoes, 69 prs. at 1.45, 23 prs. 
at 1.70, 27 prs. at 3.10, 1 pr. at 
1.25, 1 pr. at 2.00, 12 prs. at 
2.25, 1 pr. ait 1.60, 14 pr. at 
1.75, 46 pts. .at 3r00, 1 pr. at 
1.00, 1 pr. at 2.50 

Hendry, Geo. M., Co., Ltd., 
school supplies 

Henn, John, jam 348 lbs. at 
60c, 60 lbs. at 65c 

Hinds, F., dental services .... 

Holmes, H., manure, 49 loads 
at 50c 

Howie, Jas. W., straw, 10 tons, 
1,535 lbs. at 10.00 

Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 
electrical supplies 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, electrical supplies .... 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 
flue cleaners, 2 at 3.50 

Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing 
supplies 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Jacobi, Philip, shoemakers' sun- 
dries 

Jebb, Thos. B., alarm clocks, 3 
at 2.75; clock, 1 at 4.00; 
spoons, y 2 doz. at 9.00. 1 doz. 
at 4.50; repairs to clocks, 
etc, 5.00; glasses, 2 prs. at 
1.25, 1 pr. at 2.50 1 pr. at 1.50 

Johnston, J. W., hay, 2 tons, 
1,000 lbs. at 19.00 

Jones Bros., & Co., Ltd., clip- 
pers, 2 prs. at 4.00, 2 prs. at 
3.50; postage, 28c 

Jones Underfeed Stoker Co., 
Ltd., repairs to boilers, etc. 

Kane & Kane, Ltd., laces, 12 
gro. at 70c; handkerchiefs, 
5 doz. at 60c; hose, 31% 



Expenses. — Continued. 

doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. at 2.25, 6 
doz. at 2.75, 6 doz. at 1.75; 
cotton, 103 yds. at 8c; tape, 
6 doz. at 50c; buttons, 6 doz. 
at 75c, 1 gro. at 3.00; nap- 
kins, 1 doz. at 2.50; sateen, 
1,689 02 30 yds. at 15c; suspenders, 

8 doz. at 2.50; yarn, 4 lbs. at 
55 40 75c; flannelette, 30 yds. at 

12c; batting, 6 bunches at 
75c; scrim, 30 yds. at 15c; 
shirting, 557 yds. at 15c; 
cheese cloth, 50 yds. at 5c; 
warp, 6 bundles at 1.75; 
elastic, 6 doz. yds. at 95c; 
vests, 6 at 50c; hessian, 10 
yds. at. 20c; corsets, 45 prs. 
at 75c, 3 prs. at 50c; thread, 

1 gro. at 5.40; mitts, 3 doz. at 
5.00; sundries, 16.06 

Kelly, R. W., veterinary services 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 
2,670 lbs. at 22c, 627 lbs. at 
25c; canned vegtables, 25 
cases at 1.30 

Kerr, Albert, contract, beef, 
12,954 lbs. at ll%c; geese 
and ducks, 198 lbs. at 16c... 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery ' 

Kologshy, H., manure, 9 loads 
at 50c 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd., 
contract, butter, 18,032 lbs. 
at 28y 2 c 

Lawson, J. F., matches, 1 case 
at 4.50; sugar, 1,000 lbs. at 
4.50 cwt., 600 lbs. at 4.60 cwt., 
400 lbs. at 4.70; baking pow- 
der, 1 doz. at 3.00; flavoring 
extracts, y 2 doz. at 6.60; salt, 

2 doz. bags at 1.20; currants, 
76 lbs. at 9.00; lemons, 1 case 
at 5.75; postum, 6 tins at 
50c; bacon, 24 lbs. at 23c, 
8% lbs. at 26c; eggs, 60 doz. 
at 21c, 60 doz. at 19c; 
sundries, 3.50 

Library Bureau of Canada. Ltd., 

office supplies 

Lloyd, N., .tobacco, 11 lbs. at 

£2 7'5 45c 

London Asylum, potatoes, 35 

47 50 bus. at 85c 

London Free Press, subscrip- 
tion 

15 28 Long, E., Mfg. Co., Ltd., repairs 
to machinery 

48 00 Maclean Pub. Co., subscription 
to Canadian Grocer, 2 copies 
at 2.00 

Madill, H., plants 



538 


45 


60 11 


247 


80 


24 


00 


24 


50 


107 


68 


69 


90 


107 


68 


7 


00 


7 


45 


521 


84 


4 


45 



374 95 
36 00 



776 65 

1,489 02 

88 53 

4 50 

5,138 84 



155 


41 


1 


90 


4 95 


29 


75 


3 


00 


88 


26 


4 


00 


22 


95 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Mahoney, James, straw, 8 tons, 
1,650 lbs. at 10.00, 1 ton, 1,320 
lbs. at 10.50, 4 tons, 1,900 lbs. 
at 11.00 

Mail & Empire, subscription . . 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
contract, flour, 1,235% bbls. at 
3.95; less freight, 32.38 4, 

Market Growers' Jaurnal, sub- 
scription 

Midland Coal Dock Co., Ltd., 
contract, coal, 44 tons, 32 lbs. 
at 6.10, 28 tons, 1,800 lbs. at 
4.00, 1,211 tons, 840 lbs. at 
3.30, 91 tons, 1,300 lbs. at 
4.30, 1,470 tons, 1,000 lbs. at 
3.25, 123 tons, 1,852 lbs. at 
6.25, 39 tons, 512 lbs. at 6.45. 10 

Milton, C. H., cheese, 624 lbs. 
at 16%c, 180 lbs. at 16c; 
lemons, 1 case at 4.50, 1 case 
at 5.00, 2 cases at 6.50, 1 case 
at 7.50, 1 case at 7'.00; catsup, 
1 doz. at 2.85; pineapples, 3 
doz. at 2.04; ham, 36% lbs. at 
21c; blueing, 10 lbs. at 18c; 
corn starch, 160 lbs. at 7%c; 
baking powder, 1 doz. tins at 
2.76; lard, 50 lbs. at 14y 2 c; 
cocoa, 1 doz. tins at 2.85; vine- 
gar, 36 gals, at 27c; sugar, 
200 lbs. at 4.45 cwt, 1,000 
lbs. at 4.75 cwt., 100 lbs. at 
5.00 cwt.; canned vegetables, 9 
doz. at 1.00; eggs, 60 doz. at 
2iy 2 c, 60 doz. at 21c, 60 doz. 
at 23c, 30 doz. at 28c; bacon, 
10y 2 lbs. at 25c, 10 lbs. at 
22c; sundries, 27.33 

Miller, C. J., & (Son, grease, 18 
lbs. at 6c 

Moon, E., hay, 11 tons, 1,975 lbs. 
at 17.00 

Moore, Jas. E., dental services 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., plumbing supplies, etc 

Morton, David, & Sons, Ltd., 
soap, 300 boxes at 2.40 .... 

Murphy, James, straw, 6 tons, 
480 lbs. at 8.00 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

McAuley, N. B., trav. expenses 

McClary Mifg. Co., repairs to 
potato peeler 

McFadden, D., binder twine, 40 
lbs. at 14%c; repairs to im- 
plements, 2.70 

McHardy's, Ltd.. ham 146 V 2 lbs. 
at 19c, 208V 2 lbs. at 20c; 
bacon, 354i/ 2 n>s. at 20c; 
baskets, 60c 



585 56 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Mclntyre, A. C, repairs to im- 
plements 

McLeod, P., manure, 10 loads at 

16D 13 50c 

3 00 McPhee, A., turkey, 390 lbs. at 

20c; ducks and geese at 15c. 

:MoReynolds, P., expenses re- 
g47 87 turning eloper 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
125 Ltd., drugs, chemicals, etc. . . 

National Hardware Co., Ltd., 
repairs to plant, 21.30; iron 
castings, 85c 

Nelson, F., oats, 45 bus. 5 lbs. 
at 42c 

Nelson, H. W., & Co., Ltd., 
clothes baskets, Vz doz. at 
18.50 

Niagara Brand Spray Co., Ltd., 
spraying supplies 

Nordheimer Piano & Music Co., 
sheet music 

Northern Electric & Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Northway 1C0., Ltd., buttons, 20 
doz. at 8c, 12/ doz. at 15c; 
towelling, 6 yds. at 25c; 
denim, 30 yds. at 19y 2 c; oil 
cloth, 200 yds. at 24c, 96 yds. 
at 25c; warp, 2 bunches at 
1.75, 5 bunches at 1.85; quilts, 
24 at 1.25, 2 at 4.50; carpet, 5 
yds. at 95c, 5 yds. at 85c; 
cretonne, 23 yds. at 20c, 16 
yds. at 35c, 5 yds. at 75c, 30 
yds. at 15c; madras, 11 yds. 
at 47 1 / 2 c ; suspenders, 2 doz. 
at 2.50; hats, 8 doz. at 1.45; 
shade cloth, 80 yds. at 30c; 
chintz, 5 yds. at 50c, 5 yds. at 
45c; voile, HV 2 yds. at 30c, 
12 yds. at 50c; ribbon, 50 yds. 
at 10c; underwear, 1 doz. at 
3.00; comforter, 1 at 5.50; em- 
broidery, 30 yds. at 12M>c; 
pique, 14 yds. at 25c; butter, 
168 lbs. at 22c; lawn, 30 yds. 
at 25c; shades, 4 at 1.25; 
curtains, 12M> prs. at 50c; 
linen thread, 1 doz. at 1.20; 
scrim, i22% yds. at 25c, 12 
yds. at 35c; fur covering, 4 
yds. at 75c; linen, 5 yds. at 
50c; hose, 1 doz. at 3.00; 
table linen, bWz yds. at 45c, 
5 yds. at 50c, 5 yds. at 65c; 

7 5 <> cloth, 7 yds. at 75c; pillows, 8 

prs. at 2.20; thread, 2 doz. at 
60c, 24 doz. at 48c; sundries, 

8 50 17.76 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 

powder 

O'Donnell, J. P., manure, 15 
141 04 loads at 50c 



372 


44 


1 


08 


203 79 
9 00 


34 


30 


720 


00 


49 


92 


91 
4 


07 
35 



22 


10 


5 


00 


93 


90 


4 


35 


18 


00 


22 


15 


18 


94 


6 1« 


28 


75 


1 


72 


13 


12 



405 68 

150 46 

7 50 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia. — Continued. 



Orillia Fair, Christmas decora- 
tions 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 20 bags at 2.40, 
140 bags at 2.07% 

Orillia Hardware 'Co., scissors, 
2 prs. at 90c, 1 pr. at 50c, 3 
pr. at 75c, 2 pr. at 1.00; 
glass, 5.35; gloves, 1 doz. at 
3.00, V 2 doz. at 9.00, 1% doz. 
at 6.00; cup grease, 100 lbs. at 
10c, 10 lbs. at 13c; graphite, 

5 lbs. at 25c; packing, 5 11-16 
lbs. at 75c, 43% lbs. at 90c, 

1 lb. at 1.50, 4 lbs, at 1.25 
23% lbs. at 1.00; lace leather, 

2 lbs. at 1.15, 8% lbs. at 1.00; 
couplings, 24 at 15c; latches, 

6 at 35c, 12 at 10c; shears, 1 
pr. at 1.00, 2 pr. at 75c; level, 

1 at 3.00; plumb rule and 
level, 1 at 1.25; files, % doz. 
at 3.10, V 2 doz. at 3.75; razors, 

2 at 1.25, 2 at 1.35; baskets, 
6 at 45c; mitts, 3 doz. at 
8.00, 9 doz. at 6.00, 4 doz. at 
3.00; rubber gaskets, 12 at 
1.50, 36 at 1.00; glass cutter, 
1 at 1.50; shovels, 1 doz. at 
10.80, 1% doz. at 9.00; 
washers, 2 doz. at 75c; hose 
couplings, 4 at 65c; lubri- 
cators, 2 at 9.50; axes, 6 at 
1.50, 6 at 1.25; hose, 75 ft. at 
15c; paints, oils, etc, 9.85>; 
saw blades, 3 doz. at 1.60; 
razor strops, 4 at 35c, 3 at 
50c; snips, 1 pr. at 2.00, 1 pr. 
at 1.75; ratchet brace, 1 at 
3.50; grease cups, 6 at 45c, 
6 at 30c; call bells, 2- at 
1.00; valves, 2 at 2.10, 6 at 
1.80, 6 at ,2.30; lanterns, 2 at 
75c; leather belting, 75 ft. at 
20c, 25 ft. at 27c, 21 ft. at 
47c, 3 ft. at 1.15; canvas 
belting, 85 ft. at 32c; iron 
hardware, etc., 175.72; fuller 
balls, 100 at 7c, 100 at 8c; 
hinges, 1 doz. at 5.00, 1 doz. 
at 2.65; ice saw, 1 at 5.00; 
ice chisel, 1 at 1.25; ice tongs, 

3 pr. at 1.50; graining tools, 

1 set at 2.75; wrench, 1 at 
5.25; bits, 4 at 35c; braces, 

2 at 1.50; night latch, 1 at 
1.40; spoons, V 2 doz. at 7.50; 
axe handles, 6 at 25c, 12 at 
20c, 2 doz. at 2.25; lawn 
spray, 2 at 75c; paris green, 
100 lbs. at 20c; seeder, 1 at 
1.75; rubber belting, 6 ft. at 
70c; glazier's square, 1 at 



Expenses.— Continued. 

2.00; glue, 20 lbs. at 20c; 
1 37 butcher knife, 1 at 1.75; lime, 

5 bus. at 35c; Yale locks, 3 
at 60c, 1 at 1.40; sauce pans, 

338 50 2 at 60c ; ground rice, 25 lbs. 

at 10c; sink strainer, 6 at 
40c; binder twine, 75 lbs. at 
12^c; rope, 35 lbs. at 20c; 
basin plugs, 1 doz. at 1.10; 
blue-stone, 100 lbs. at 10c; 
saw, 1 at 2.50; axle grease, 1 
doz. at 3.00; tennis balls, 4 at 
45c; hack-saw frame, 1 at 
1.00; drill, 1 at 1.15; fork 
handles, 4 at 25c; shovel 
handles, 4 at 30c ; tower bolts, 

1 doz. at 1.80; steel block, 1 
at 1.75; asbestos gaskets, 42 
lbs. at 1.00; padlocks, 6 at 
80c, y 2 doz. at 10.00; brushes, 

2 at 95c, 1 at 1.20, 1 at 2.50, 
4 at 1.70 

Orillia Mattress Factory, mat- 
tresses, 24 at 10.00, 2 at 5.00. 

Orillia Water, Light & Power 
Commission, electric current, 
2,299.92; repairs, 1.82 

Overend, J. H., apples, 2 bbls. 
at 2.00 

Parsons, H., bowls, 2 at 85c, 12 
at 15c, 4 doz. at 60c; pitchers, 

6 at 65c, Vi doz. at 8.00; flower 
pots, 1,200 at 1.50 c, 1,200 
at 1.75; glasses, 1 doz. at 1.30; 
beads, 2 doz. at 55c, 1 doz. at 
2.75, 1 doz. at 1.10; cups 
and saucers, 3 doz. at 1.66%, 
6 doz. at 1.10, 1 doz. at 1.70, y 2 
doz. at 2.50; mouth organs, 5 
doz. at 55c, \y 2 doz. at 6.00; 
crokinole boards, 4 at 1.65; 
baskets, 8 at 85c; chambers, 
8 5-12 doz. at 4.25; wool, 1 lb. 
at 1.60, 4 lbs. at 75c; brushes, 
y 2 doz. at 2.40, 13 doz. at 1.65, 
1 doz. at 1.20; egg cups, 3 doz. 
at 84c; cups and saucers, y 2 
doz. at 2.50; tubs, 2 at 89c; 
wash boards, 1 doz. at 3.00; 
pipes, y 2 doz. at 2.40, 1 doz. at 
2.50; cuspidors, 6 at 45c; 
plates, 2 doz. at 1.90, 1 doz. at 
1.70, 2 doz. at 90c, 1 doz. at 
2.20, y 2 doz. at 2.50, 1 doz. at 
1.50; mop handles, 4 doz. at 
1.80; safety pins, 6 doz. at 
60c; knives, 4 doz. at 96c, V_> 
doz. at 2.70, % doz. at 2.20; 
platters, 1 at 1.65, 1 at 75c, 1 
at 1.25; tumblers, 1 doz. at 
1.70, 1 doz. at 1.20; tooth 
brushes, 2 doz. at 1.00, 1 doz. 
at 1.50, 2 doz. at 1.10, 6 doz. 



884 70 



250 00 



2,301 74 



4 00 



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Hospital for Feeble=Minded, Orillia. — Continued. 



at 1.05; sleighs, % doz. at 
10.00; watches, 4 doz. at 55c; 
combs, 3% doz. at 1.80, 2 doz. 
at 2.75, 18-/3 doz. at 1.10; 
books, 33.00; dolls, 4% doz. at 
85 5-7c; thermometers, 6 at 
20c; candy, 36 lbs. at 20c; 
sundries, 55.51; thread, 86 doz. 
at 40c ; garden sets, 5 at 25c; 
carving sets, 2 at 75c; jugs, 
6 at 20c, 2 at 75c; kettles, 2 
at 1.10, 2 at 55c; baskets, 4 at 
60c; scrub brushes, 3 doz. at 
1.65; candles, 72 lbs. at 12c; 
toilet set, 1 at 1.50; pails, 18 
at 30c; spoons, 1 doz. at 1.75; 
toilet paper, 1 case at 7.75; 
crocks, 17 at 32c 

Plant, Joseph B„ straw, 12 tons 
1,870 lbs. at 9.25 

Phillips & Co., stop cock, 1 at 
7.00; push nipples, 248 at lie; 
coffee pots, 3 at 75c; pails, 19 
at 35c, 9 at 60c, 1 at 1.30, 3 
at 50c; lanterns, 2 at 1.25, 2 
at 1.15; kettles, 4 at 1.50, 3 at 
1.75; electric shades, 2 at 1.25; 
chambers, 24 at 45c; teapots, 

1 at 1.25; auto vents, 12 at 
70c; repairs to heating plant, 
38.22; unions, 12 at 25c, 12 
at 30c; boiler, 1 at 2.75; gaso- 
line, 9 gals, at 25c; butcher 
knives, 4 at 60c; tumbler 
holder, 1 at 1.50; sap spiles, 
200 at 2 3-5c, 200 at lc, 69 
at 3c; solder, 4 lbs. at 35c; 
dish pans, 8 at 75c; cream 
cans, 3 at 4.45; gauge cocks, 

2 at 1.35; valves, 6 at 1.00; 
rice boiler, 1 at 7.50; plates, 
2 doz. at 1.80; bath taps, 2 at 
3.00; bath tubs, 1 at 3.00; lead 
fibre, 10 lbs. at 15c; dust pans, 
12 at 10c, 3 at 75c; plumbing 
repairs, 49.81; gaskets, 10% 
lbs. at 1.25; chain, 108 ft. at 
5c; dippers, 12 at 25c; saw 
blades, 1 doz. at 1.00; stove, 1 
at 26.00; pot covers, 2 at 1.60; 
bread pans, 24 at 1.52; pack- 
ing, 18 lbs. at 1.00; repairs to 
utensils, 11.70; tea cans, 2 at 
75c; pitchers, 10 at 75c, 3 at 
95c; lamps, 120 at 18c; iron 
hardware, etc., 57.06 

Poison Iron Works, Ltd., cast- 
ings, 184 lbs. at 4c 

Porter, F. R., dental services. . 
Portugais, G., caulking tubes . . . 

Postmaster, stamps 

Presser, Theo., Co., sheet music 
Public Health Journal, subn. . . 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Raney, H. A., & €o., fire clay, 850 
lbs. at %c; cement, 2 bbls. at 
1.60; fire brick, 378 at 3%c; 
plaster paris, 1 bbl. at 2.75; 
cannel coal, 1 ton at 8.25, 1 
ton 320 lbs. at 7.75; sacks, 30c 43 10 

Reeve, G., & Co., sugar, 3,400 lbs. 
at 4.60 cwt, 400 lbs. at 4.00, 
1,100 lbs. at 4.30, 1,200 lbs. at 
4.75, 200 lbs. at 4.45, 600 lbs. 
at 4.90, 200 lbs. at 5.55; rice, 
3,960 lbs. at 4c, 300 lbs. at 
5c; eggs, 30 doz. at 30c, 60 
doz. at 23c, 30 doz. at 24c 60 
doz. at 27c; beans, 10 bus. at 
2.15, 40 bus. at 2.25; suspend- 
ers, 2 doz. at 2.75; currants, 
442 71 71 lbs. at 7c; corn meal, 3,600 
lbs. at 2.35 cwt., 400 lbs. at 
119 65 2.45 cwt, 400 lbs. at 3.00, 700' 
lbs. at 2.75; sardines, 1 doz. 
at 1.10 795 17 

Remington Typewriter Co., re- 
pairs to typewriter 16 95 

Ritchie & Ritchie, electrical sup- 
plies 2 80 

Robertson iBros., electrical sup- 
plies . 1 80 

Rochester Germicide Co., Inc., 
porcelain cups, 6 at 50c 3 00 

Rollins, J. A., trav. expenses.. 5 25 

Rothband, W. S„ & Co., medical 
supplies 40 26 

Saunders, W. E., & Co., medical 
supplies 84 85 

Simcoe, D., fish, 163 lbs. at 10c, 

549 lbs. at 9c 65 71 

Sinclair & Co., figs, 1,822 lbs. at 

5yoC, 134 lbs. at 6y 2 c.; tobacco, 

404 lbs. at 47c, 10 lbs. at 

46c, 19 lbs. at 45c, 12 lbs. at 

52c, 30 lbs. at 55c; cheese, 258 

lbs. at 16% c, 967 lbs. at 16c, 

189 lbs. at 14%c; biscuits, 

206% lbs. at 9c; corn starch, 

120 lbs. at 7c, 120 lbs. at 7%c; 

salt, 8 bbls. at 1.50, 25 bbls. 

at 1.65, 4 bbls. at 1.70; beans, 

8 bus. at 2.25, 2% bus. at 2.00; 

tobacco, 12 lbs. at 52c, 33 lbs. 

at 50c; ginger, 20 lbs. at 35c; 

lemons, 2 cases at 4.00, 2 

cases at 4.25, 1 case at 4.50, 

1 case at 6.00, 1 case at 6.50; 

dried peaches, 500 lbs. at 9c, 

467 40 600 lbs. at 9%c; currants, 124 

lbs. at 8%c, 46 lbs. at 9c, 60 

7 36 lbs. at 10c; oranges, 1 case 

76 50 at 3.75; washing blue, 12 lbs. 

4 60 at 20c; tapioca, 100 lbs. at 

246 00 7c; sago, 5~0 lbs. at 8c; 

1 50 raisins, 28 lbs. at 8c; catsup, 

2 00 2% doz. at 3.00; lard, 110 lbs. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



at 16c, 60 lbs. at 15^0.; eggs, 
4 doz. at 35c, 30 doz. at 23c, 
330 doz. at 20c, 60 doz. at 21c, 
120 doz. at 22c, 120 doz. at 
25c, 30 doz. at 30c; corn meal, 
200 lbs. at 2.70 cwt., 200 lbs. 
at 2.60, 200 lbs. at 2.35; starch, 
116 lbs. at 7c; rice, 824 lbs. 
at 4.10 cwt., 906 lbs. at 4.00; 
vinegar, 63 gals, at 27c; 
matches, 2 cases at 3.45; can- 
ned salmon, 4 doz. at 2.50; 
prunes, 1,450 lbs. at 10c, 150 
lbs. at 8c, 990 lbs. at 8%c, 
280 lbs. at 9y 2 c, 195 lbs. at 
914c; syrup, 7,744 lbs. at 
3%c, 1,335 lbs. at 4c; cocoa- 
nut, 10 lbs. at 25c, 10 lbs. at 
30c; sugar, 3,900 lbs. at 4.85 
cwt., 1,600 lbs. at 4.55, 1,900 
lbs. at 4.65, 400 lbs. at 4.95, 
900 lbs. at 4.35, 400 lbs. at 4.60, 
800 lbs. at 4.40, 200 lbs. at 4.00, 
1,000 lbs. at 4.45, 400 lbs. at 
4.50, 300 lbs. at 6.50, 600 lbs. 
at 7.00; sundries, 35.31; soap, 
1 box at 4.15; cherries, 6 bas. 
at 75c; sugar, 200 Lbs. at 5.50 
cwt, 200 lbs. at 5.25, 400 lbs. 
at 6.50,' 100 lbs. at 6.25, 1,200 
lbs. at 6.60, 1,800 lbs. at 7.00, 
400 lbs. at 7.40; pears, 8 bas. 
at 75c; plums, 9 bas. at 65c; 
baking powder, 1 doz. at 2.10, 

1 at 2.40; shoe polish, 1 doz. 
at 1.10 

Sinclair, J. A., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Smith, R. O., €0., typewriter 
supplies 

Spramotor Co., repairs to sprayer 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, etc 

Stephens, Welch & Co., diamond 
cleaner, 375 libs, at 3c 

Stewart, B. Prank, photograph- 
ers' supplies 

St. James' Cemetery Committee, 
interments 

Stoddart, H. B., seeds 

Strachan, Wm„ services cutting 
corn 

Street, Geo., seeds, plants, etc. 

Sullivan, John, potatoes, 68% 
bus. at 80c; sacks, 48 at 5c . 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel and supplies 

Swinton, Wm, & Son, blankets, 

2 pr. at 4.25; chair seats, 120 
at 10c; rockers, 2 at 2.25, 1 
at 2.00; commodes, 2 at 2.85; 
bedsteads, 1 at 5.00; mattress, 
1 at 6.50; spring, 1 at 3.00; 



2,776 


79 


18 


33 


1 

2 


50 

84 


217 


07 


11 


25 


15 


60 


50 

12 


00 
20 


9 
9 


00 
45 


57 


05 


98 


58 



repairs to furniture, 24.06; 
sundries, 12.33; cretonne, 8 
yds. at 30c; pillows, 1 pr. at 
4.00 

Taylor, Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc 

Telfer Bros., Ltd., broken bis- 
cuits, 304 lbs. at 4%c; bar- 
rels, 1.00 

The Training School, subscrip- 
tion 

Thompson, D. C, oats, 200 bus. 
at 55c; crushing oats, 4.76.. 

Thompson, Joseph, veterinary 
services 

Toronto Orthopedic Hospital, 
medical appliances, 8.14; 
boots, 1 pr. at 14.00 

Toronto Star, subscription 

Toronto World, subscription . . 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paints, 
oils, etc 

Uncles, John, turnips, 106% 
bus. at 18c 

University of Toronto, diph- 
theria antitoxine 

Vick, George, & iSons, contract, 
flour, 2021/2 bbls. at 4.20; oats, 
100 bus. at 44c; crushing oats, 
2.04; choppings, 50,784 lbs. at 
6c cwt 

Walker Sons, seeds 

Weatherwax, A., & Co., toques, 

12 at 39c; mitts, 4 doz. at 
3.00; underwear, 2 suits at 
1.00 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, 
butter, 9,622 lbs. at 26%c .. 

Williams, R. S. & Sons Co., 
Ltd., phonograph records .... 

Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., 
tennis net 

Wood, E. A., Ltd., ribbon, 178 
yds. at 10c; handkerchiefs, 
20 doz. at 60c, 22 doz. at 50c; 
muslin, 200 yds. at 15c; hose, 
3 doz. at 3.00, 8 doz. at 3.50, 
3 doz. at 4.00, 4 doz. at 4.50; 
(brooches, 4 doz. at 2.75; duck, 

13 yds. at 19c, 7 yds. at 63c; 
silesia, 28% yds. at 20c; 
vests, 1 doz. at 6.00, 6 doz. at 
3.00; linen, 2 yds. at 75c; 
corsets, 17 prs. at 75c; cre- 
tonne, 29y 2 yds. at 20c; serge, 

5 yds. at 60c; dress, 1 at 
4.00; cotton, 35 yds. at 7y 2 c; 
warp, 12 lbs. at 45c; batting, 

6 rolls at ,1.00; quilts, 3 at 
3.75; flannel, 5 yds. at 60c, 
12 yds. at 30c; sateen, 5 yds. 
at 25c, 12 yds. at 20c; thread, 
3 gro. at 5.00, 1 gro. at 5.25, 



89 


99 


11 


47 


14 


68 


1 


00 


114 


76 


19 


00 


22 
2 
3 


14 
00 
00 


96 


88 


19 


17 


61 


95 



927 
9 


04 
00 


18 


68 


2,573 


89 


6 


55 


4 


80 



191314 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



219 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Feeble-Minded, Orillia.— Continued. 



5% gro. at 4.75; elastic, 6 doz. 
yds. at 1.00, 36 yds. at 12%c, 
120 yds. at 10c.; cashmere, 5 
yds. at 50c; mitts, 4 doz. at 
3.00; lace, 150 yds. at 5c, 17 



Expenses.— Continued. 

World Furnishing Co., Ltd., 
mirror, 1 at 60c; bed hook, 
85 Lbs. at 15c; desk, 1 at 6.00 
repairs to furniture, 92.45; 
armchairs, 6 at 2.25; carpet 



yds. at 8c; sundries, 10.38... 350 63 



sweeper, 1 at 3.50 



128 80 



W. T. Wilson, M.D.: 
J. P. Cattermole, M.D. : 
W. H. Tallman: 
Chas. E. )C. Newton: 
Mary G. Williams: 
Nora G. Dixon: 
C. Hobart: 
Wm. Walton: 
R. H. Rear: 
P. Lanonette: 
Herbert Dutcher: 
Wm. Rowley: 
Chas. Turner: 
H. Calverley: 
C. D. Brown: 
Fred. Parker: 
Thos. Harford: 
Wm. Carr: 
Supervisors (Male) : 
Attendants: 
Supervisors (Female) : 
Nurses : 
Cooks: 
Maids: 
Laundresses: 
Seamstresses: 
Stokers : 
Farm hands: 
Temporary assistance: 



Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene. 

Salaries ($23,491.41) 

Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

Five do Asst. Physician 500 00 

Twelve do Bursar 1,350 00 

do Storekeeper 850 00 

Eleven do Stenographer 275 00 

One do do 25 00 

Twelve do (Matron 600 00 

do Laundryman 528 00 

do Baker and Butcher 700 00 

do Engineer 750 00 

do Asst. Engineer 500 00 

do Carpenter 700 00 

do Asst. Carpenter 565 00 

do Mason 528 00 

do Painter 600 00 

do Farmer 650 00 

Six do Gardener 325 00 

One-half do do 25 00 

450 00 

2,849 17 

1,291 50 

1,632 28 

858 13 

341 33 

636 00 

504 00 

1,143 00 

1,680 00 

35 00 



Expenses ($32,354.37) 



American Laundry Machinery 

Co., Ltd., laundry repairs . . 10 37 

American Medico-Psychological 

Association, annual dues .... 5 00 

Anderson, A., musical services 15 00 

Arkley, L. M., analysing coal 
samples 6 00 

Barry, A., trav. expenses .... 3 00 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
16.25; rent of instruments, 
82.00 98 25 

Berthelot, C, blacksmithing. . . 29 95 

Bourne, Rev. N. A. F., inter- 
ments 15 00 

Breithaupt Leather Co., Ltd., 
leather, 125 lbs. at 38c; use of 
railway siding, 8.00 55 50 

Brock, W. R, Co., Ltd., cotton, 



382% yds. at lie, 970 yds. at 
12i/ 2 c, 63% yds. at 16c, 226 
yds. at liy 2 c, 212% yds. at 
9c; duck, 56 yds. at 14%c; 
galatea, 701 % yds. at 16c, 
144% yds. at 15c; pillow cot- 
ton, 38 yds. at 25c, 34 yds. 
at 24c; bedford cord, 40 14 
yds. at 20c; crash, 100 
yds. at 10c; towelling, 402% 
yds. at 13c, 189% yds. 
at 11% c; uniform cloth, 
174y 2 yds. at 18%c; ticking, 
223% yds. at 20c; towels, 2% 2 
doz. at 5.00; sheeting, 42 yds. 
at 38c, 35614 yds. at 25c, 
326% yds. at 32% 2 c; shirting, 
285% yds. at 15c, 332 yds. at 



220 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE —Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



14i/^c; denim, 781 14 yds. at 
22c, 115% yds. at 14%c; 
sundries, 17.82: 

Bruce, John A., & Co., Ltd., 
seeds 

Brunelle, P., iron castings, etc. 

Campbell, E. D., seeds, plants, 
etc 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Canada House, manure, 51 loads 
at 25'C 

Canadian Printing Co., blank 
books 

Canadian Steam Boiler Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., repairs to 
boilers 

Cairns, Bernard, aluminum 
tags, 300 at 70c; hog rings, 
3 boxes at 21c; postage, 18c. 

Cattermole, Dr. J. P., trav. ex- 
penses . . t 

Central Press Agency, blank 
forms, etc 

Central Prison Farm, hydrated 
lime, 4,060 lbs. at 7.00 ton.. 

Central Prison Industries, boots, 
24 prs. at 1.65, 48 prs. at 1.85; 
brooms, 10 doz. at 4.00; 
blankets, 423 lbs. at 60c; 
cases, 2.10 

Charlebois, Ed., manure, 8 loads 
at 25c 

Cohoe, B. R., seeds 

Copeland, Geo., & Sons, con- 
tract, flour, 100 bbls. at 4.45, 
495 lbs. at 3.95; bran, 5,100 
lbs. at 1.25 cwt, 500 lbs. at 
1.35, 11,000 lbs. at 1.30; chop 
feed, 17,500 lbs. at 1.45 cwt, 
12,000 lbs. at 1.55; oats, 1,558 
bus., 28 lbs. at 45c; wheat, 
1,000 lbs. at 1.90 cwt; salt, 10 
bbls. at 1.40; bread, 6,345 lbs. 
at 3%c; rolled oats, 1,000 lbs. 
at 1.40 cwt.; hay, 12 tons, 
1,700 lbs. at 14.50, 1 ton, at 
16.50; crack corn, 200 lbs. at- 
1.75 cwt., 1,000 lbs. at 1.85; 
shorts, 11 tons at 27.00, 12V 2 
tons at 28.00 

Crawford, W. J., tuning piano 

Dawson, Wm., & iSons, Ltd., 
subscriptions to sundry maga- 
zines 

Desroches, X., maple syrup, 12 
gals, at 1.30 

Desroches, H., oats, 565 2-5 
bus. at 40c; straw, 11 tons, 
875 lbs. at 10.00 

Dolmage, E. C, trav. expenses . 



1,080 


77 


43 
11 


76 
76 


12 
17 

37 


00 

50 
49 


12 


75 


. 10 


00 



12 27 

2 91 

9 15 

7 00 

14 21 



424 30 

2 00 

3 20 



4,885 29 
3 50 



25 65 
15 60 



340 54 

2 80 



Dominion Linseed Oil Co. Ltd., 
oil cake, 6 tons at . O 9.50, 4 
tons at 33.50; freight char- 
ges, 14.40 

Dubeau, R., manure, 21 loads 
at 25c 

Durnford, D. K. & Sons, black- 
smithing 

Farmers' Advocate, subscrip- 
tion 

Fitzgibbon, M. Agnes, services 
securing help, 8.00; railway 
fares, 15.30 , 

Fourier, N., manure, 5 loads at 
25c 

George, W. C, drugs and chemi- 
cals 

Gidley Boat Co., Ltd., gasoline, 
25 gals, at 30c, 48 gals, at 
28c, 180% gals, at 23c; oars, 
1 pr. at 4.25; oil, 2 gals, at 
80c iy 2 gals, at 1.25; sundries, 
6.15 

Gilbert, Mrs., berries, 2 crates 
at 3.00 

Gillett, E. W., Co., Ltd., yeast, 
250 lbs. at 10c, 50 lbs. at 12c 

Gilmour, Rev. F. W., interments 

G. N. W. Tel. Co... messages . . 

Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery 

G. T. Ry. freight charges 

Grier, A., setting threshing 
machine, 4.00; services thresh- 
ing, 2 hours at 1.50 

Gropp Bros., rent of scow 

Hames, Rev. A. B., interments 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 

Hart, J., trav. expenses 

Herald Printing Co., advertis- 
ing, 1,00; subscription to 
Herald, 2.00 

Hollister : J. W„ blankets, 1 pr. 
ait 7.75; duster, 1 at 1.50; 
whip, 1 at 1.00; harness re- 
pairs, etc., 28.05 

Hood, D., veterinary services . . 

Hornell, J. B., & Son, slippers, 
46 prs. at 1.20; belts, 2 doz. 
at 3.00; ribbon, 62 yds. at 10c; 
waists, 3 at 1.00; shoes, 1 pr. 
at 1.75, 1 pr. at 1.50, 40 pr. at 
4.40; print, 514^ yds. at 15c, 
32 yds. at 12y 2 c; buttons, 6 
gro. at 50c; cotton, 64% yds. 
at 9c; madras, 14 yds. at 
50c; glasses, 1 doz. at 1.75; 
nappies, 1 doz. at 1.50; plates, 
1 doz. at 3.00; napkins, 1 doz. 
at 4.00; table cloth, 2 at 5.00; 
platters, 1 doz. at 85c, 1 doz. 
at 1.25; linen, 38% yds. at 



25 


40 


5 


25 


04 


00 


1 


50 


23 


30 


1 


25 


4 


35 



76 28 



00 



31 


00 


20 


00 




29 


20 


20 


95 


33 


7 


00 


1 


00 


7 


50 


4 


50 


4 


10 



3 00 



38 30 

28 00 



1913-14 





scrim, 123 yds. at 20c; towel- 
ling, 30 yds. at 28c, 30 yds. 
at 22c; flannelette, 389 yds. 
at 12%c ; hose, 25 doz. at 
2.50; rubber boots, 1 pr. at 
4.50; sweaters, 6 at 1.65; 
combs, iy 2 doz. at 3.00; sun- 
dries, 9.83 

Horticultural Publishing Co., 
subscription to Canadian Hor- 
ticulturist 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, laco lamps, 200 at 28.10, 
100 at 8.93 

Ingram & Bell, Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion to American Journal of 
Insanity 

Kennedy, John, rent of binder. 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., canned 
vegetables, 23 cases at 1.30 . . . 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery 

Lahey, D. A., & Co., eggs, 67 
doz. at 35c, 20 doz. at 22c; 
tobacco, 259 lbs. at 45c, 108 
lbs. at 47c, 6 lbs. at 68c, 78 
lbs. at 52c, 12 lbs. at >60c, 60 
lbs. at 57c; haddie, 135 lbs 
at lie; cheese, 499 lbs. at 
1634c, 82 lbs. at 16y 2 c, 438 
lbs. at 16%c, 88 lbs. at 17%c; 
figs, 404 lbs. at 5%c; corn 
meal, 8 bags at 3.00; biscuits, 
5 tins at 28c; currants, 272 
lbs. at 7%c; starch, 1,000 lbs. 
at 6%c; soda, 2,575 lbs. at 
iy±c; barley, 100 lbs. at 
3%c; split peas, 200 lbs. at 
4V 2 c; salt, 16 bbls. at 1.65; 
peas, 3 bags at 4.50; laces, 6 
gro. at 85c; cups and saucers, 
3 doz. at 1.20; corsets, 12 prs. 
at 75c; fingering, 6 lbs. at 
80c; jugs, 3 at 50c; rubber 
boots, 6 prs. at 4.25; rubbers, 
1 pr. at 2.50; buttons, 2% gro. 
at 1.75; quilts, 96 at 1.40; 
bunting, 137 yds. at 5c ; hand- 
kerchiefs, 4 doz. at 1.00; boots, 
7 prs. at 1.75, 1 pr. at 1.50, 1 
pr. at 2.00, 8 prs. at 2.25, 2 
prs. at 3.85, 1 pr at 1.95; yarn, 
186 lbs. at 50c, 60 lbs. at 55c; 
sundries, 23.94; oranges, 1 
case at 3.25, 11 doz. at 30c; 
scrub brushes, 10 doz. at 1.50; 
lemons, 11 doz. at 25c; soap, 
1 box at 4.25, 3 boxes at 4.50; 
prunes, 250 lbs. at 10c; tea, 
1,100 lbs. at 23y 2 c, 500 lbs. at 



P JBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



221 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene.— Continued. 
Expenses.— Continued. 

28c; canned vegetables, 2 doz. 
at I.I21/2C, 2 doz. at 1.00; rice, 
224 lbs. at 4%c; mitts, 1 doz. 
at 6.50; hats, 5 doz. at 1.50.. 

Lawrason, IS. P., & Co., snow- 
flake cleanser, 2,800 lbs. at 
l%c 

Letherdale, James, dental ser- 
572 64 vices 

Light, Peter, & Son, rent of scow 

London Asylum, potatoes, 20 
1 00 bus. at 85c 

Maclean Publishing Co., Ltd., 

subscription to Canadian 

65 13 Grocer 

Market Growers' Journal, sub- 
210 81 scription 

Marion, Marjorie, straw, 8 tons 

300 lbs. at 9.00 

5 25 Martin, V., manure, 38 loads at 
3 00 25c 

Merchants Mfg. & Importing 
29 90 Co., bowls, 25 doz. at 4.50; 

case, 60c 

28 89 Midland Argus, printing 

Midland Coal Dock Co., Ltd., 
contract, coal, 32 tons 1,968 
lbs. at 6.45, 29 tons 1,136 lbs. 
at 6.20, 232 tons 800 lbs. at 
2.77 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
bristol charts, 500 at 1.25 
cwt.; postage, 32c 

Morton, David, & iSons, Ltd., 
soap, 30 boxes at 2.40 

Musson Book Co., stationery . . 

McClenahan, C. A., trav. ex- 
penses 

McConnel, iR., wheat, 30 bus. at 
95c 

McDonald, P. A., stationery, 
33.55; drugs, chemicals, etc., 
101.26 

McEachern, C. A., inspection of 
scales 

MoElroy Bros., meat, 8,5>04 lbs. 
at 14c, 3,158 lbs. at 15c; lard, 
60 lbs. at 15c, 20 lbs. at 17c, 
60 lbs. at 16c; tallow, 563 
libs, at 6c 

MoGibbon's Drug Store, drugs 
and chemicals 

McGibbon Lumber Co., manure, 
46 loads at 25c; lumber, 3.60 

McGregor, C. G., expenses re 
concert 

McGuire, John, liquid veneer, 1 
qt. at 1.00; leather, 5 yds. at 
1.25; chair seats, 6 at 20c; 
sundries, 3.60 

McLean, H. A., screws, 6 gro. 
• *<*c, 2 gro. at 60c, 5 gro. 
pt 35c; hammer handles, 1 



1,589 80 



49 00 



50 
2 00 

17 00 



2 


00 


1 


25 


73 


35 


9 


50 


113 
3 


10 
00 



6,829 12 



6 57 



72 
38 


00 
47 


7 


50 


28 


50 


L34 


81 


5 


30 



1,720 04 

67 00 

15 10 

2 50 

10 85 



222 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene. — Continued. 



doz. at 1.00; ratchet brace, 1 
at 3.00; jack plane, 1 at 3.00; 
files, 1 doz. at 1.00, 1 at 1.90; 
iron hardware, etc., 8.55 .... 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
chemicals 

Nettleton, J. E., repairing silver- 
ware, 3.65; clock, 1 at 2,25 .. 

Ney, Robert W., blacksmithing. . 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 
powder 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., OLtd., 
contract, rolled oats, 10 bags 
at 2.45, 80 bags at 2.07% 

Paine, John B., Co., Ltd., caustic 
soda, 1,650 lbs. at 3c, 1,620 
lbs. at ZV+c 

Parker, F., trav. expenses 

Parsons, H., cups and saucers, 

5 doz. at 98c, 2 doz. at 1.18; 
combs, 1 doz. at 1.20, 2 doz. 
at 1.10; toilet paper, 3 cases 
at 6.00; plates, 2 doz. at 90c, 
3 doz. at 78c, 1% doz. at 98c; 
chambers, 4 doz. at 4.25; jugs, 

1 doz. at 1.80; fruit dishes, 4 
at 45c; spoons, 6 doz. at 65c, 

6 doz. at 1.50; salad dishes, 6 
at 25c; Christmas decora- 
tions, 4.70; stationery, etc., 
7.00 

Payette, P., & Co., grate bars, 
13 at 1.90 

Penetanguishene Light & Water 
Commission, electric current, 
361.80; water rates, 1,500.00.. 

Percival Plough & Stove Co., 
Ltd., repairs to implements.. 

Postmaster, postage stamps, 
56.50; rent of P.O. box, 1.50 

Poultry Dept., O. A. C, eggs, 
228 at 5c 

Rear, R. H., cow 

Robitaille, A., stable rent 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, 
plants, etc 

Simpson, R. Co., Ltd., plates, % 
doz. at 3.76, V 2 doz. at 
2.76; bouillon cups and sauc- 
ers, V 2 doz; at" 5.60; net, 10 
yds. at 50c; clothing, 11 suits 
at 20.00; bed spread, 1 at 3.25, 

2 at 2.95; sundries, 49c 

Singer Mfg. Co., sewing mach- 
ine supplies 

Smith, E. D., jam, 1,500 lbs. at 
6%c, 300 lbs. at 8c; cherries, 
20 has. at 55c. 8 bas. at 85c; 
less freight, 17.60 

Smith, E. D., & Sons, Ltd., 
pears, 12 bas. at 40c, 17 at 
42c 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Spramoter Co., spraying outfit 16 49- 

Sproule, Mrs., musical services 2 00 
Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

23 20 seeds, etc 130 82, 

Stephens, C, Co., Ltd., sugar, 

24 10 3,119 lbs. at 4.27 cwt., 3,062 

lbs. at 4.5*8, 2,820 lbs. at 4.48, 

Jj ™ 1,551 lbs. at 4.08, 3,064 lbs. at 

66 6[J 4.78, 3,287 lbs. at 4.38; cur- 

100 31 rants, 319 lbs. at 7c; barley, 

1 bag at 3.50, 3 bags at 3.10; 
beans, 14 bus. at 2.30, 8 bus. 

190 50 a,t 2.10; flavoring extracts, 

5 7-12 doz. at 2.30; split peas, 

2 bags at 3.35; prunes, 300 lbs. 
10i2 15 at 10c; rice, 200 lbs. at 3y 2 c, 

4 10 200 lbs. at 3 l-10c; sago, 200 

lbs. at 5%c.; tapioca, 200 

lbs. at" 5i4c 916 38 

Stephens, Welch & Co., diamond 

cleanser, 375 lbs. at 3c 11 25 

Stoddart, H. B., seeds 3 5& 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

re fuel and supplies 73 33 

Fessier, Alphonse, lime, 11 bus. 
at 30c; maple bread packets, 

7 at 50c 6 80 

Thompson, W. M., corn imeal, 1 

80 73 bag at 3.00; salt, 5 bbls. at 

1.50; corn starch, 40 lbs. at 

24 70 8y 2 c, 40 lbs. at 7y 2 c, 2 doz. 

pkgs. at 1.00; mustard, 4 jars 

at 85c; fruit peel, 15 lbs. at 

1,861 80 20c; syrup, 358 lbs. at 4c, 

667 lbs. at 3%c, 690 lbs. at 

7 67 4 1 / 4c; cranberries, y 2 bus. at 

3.00; sago, 125 lbs. at 7c; 

58 00 oranges, 6 cases at 4.00; layer 

raisins, 1 box at 5.00; dates, 

11 40 79 lbs. at 7%c; jelly powder, 

94 25 13 doz, at 90c, 3 doz. at 

45 83 1.00; currants, 76 lbs. at 8c; 

sardines, 4 doz. at 1.50; bis- 

3 04 cuits, 48 tins at 28c; matches, 

2 cases at 3.50; floor wax, 94 

lbs. at 14c; figs, 9V 2 lbs. at 

12i/ 2 c; candy, 200 lbs. at 

12y 2 c, 10 lbs. at 15c, 17 lbs. 

at 40c; nuts, 67 lbs. at 15c., 

62 lbs. at 18c; tapioca, 135 

240 70 lbs. at 7c; raisins, 168 lbs. at 

8c, 56 lbs. at 12y 2 c; eggs, 36 

1 70 doz. at 35c, 30 doz. at 20c, 

60 doz. at 25c; pepper, 20 lbs. 

at 20c; coffee, 2,241 lbs. at 

22c; fish, 7'.859 lbs. at 12 %c; 

121 70 sundries, 60.88; cotton, 62 yds. 

at 12V 2 c, 64y 2 yds. at 15c; 

shoe laces, 6 gro. at 75c; 

11 94 washing blue, 12 lbs. at 17c; 



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Hospital for the Insane, Penetanguishene. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

straw, 2 tons, 230 lbs. at sash cord, 10 lbs. at 35c; 

10.00; macaroni, 2 doz. pkgs. carving set, 1 at 2.25; gaskets, 

at 1.20 doz.; canned salmon, 4% lbs. at 1.25; awning cord, 

8 doz. at 2.25; dutch sets, 30 12 hanks, at 25c; castings, 

lbs. at 12i4c; vinegar, 91 25 lbs. at 10c; blue stone, 

gals, at 25c; cocoa, 2 doz. at 100 lbs. at 10c; bread mixer, 

2.75; pineapples, 3 cases at 1 at 2.35; wire, 360 lbs. at 

3.25; molasses, 26 gals, at 2%c, 150 lbs. at 2c; canvas 

35c; gem jars, 3 doz. at 1.10; belting, 37 % ft. at 20c; lawn 

thread, 5% gro. at 5.00; oil mowers, 2 at 18.50; leather 

cloth, 96 yds. at 25c; lace, 24 belting, 20 /ft. at 35c; water 

yds. at 5c; insertion, 24 yds. heater, 1 at 2.75; hose 

at 6c 2,032 63 bibbs, 3 at 70c, 9 at 55c ; 

Treasurer, School Sec 7, Tp. sash suspenders, 4 sets, at 

Tay, allowance in lieu of taxes 150 00 40c; coal oil, 35 gals, at 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paints, 20c f tea pots, 12 at 1.50; 

oils, etc 32 37 tea kettles, 3 at 1.50; axe 

Walker Sons, seeds 9 00 handles, 12 at 25c; sprinkler, 

Western Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 1 at 2.25, 2 at 1.65; sprayer, 

pairs to range 16 35 1 at 1.00; axle grease, 6 tins 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, at 25c; castors, 1 set at 1.69; 

butter, 7,464 lbs. at 283,4c, safety chain, 24 yds. at 10c; 

3,474 lbs. at 27c 3,083 89 mattress twine, 12 balls at 

Wilson, Dr. W. F., trav. ex- at 12c, 12 at 12y 2 c; baskets, 

penses 114 13 8 at 1.70, 4 at 47c; flue 

Wright, Chias. E., contract, meat, cleaners, 2 at 2.32% ; 
10,226 lbs. at 14c, 7,453 lbs. brushes, 2 at 1.20, 4 at 2.60; 
at lie; lard, 60 lbs. at 17c; mop handles, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
turkey, 436 lbs. at 22c; lamb, solder, 3y 2 lbs. at 35c; cup 
12 lbs. at 20c; chicken, 38 grease, 10 lbs. at 12c; pick 
lbs. at 18c; geese, 404 5-6 handles, 6 at 20c; poultry net- 
lbs, at 18c; tallow, 400 lbs. ting, 21 yds. at 6c; wire 
at 6c, 25 lbs. at 6%c; sun- screen, 33 V 3 yds. at 20c; sash 

dries, 9.44 2,474 7'8 weights, 120 lbs. at 314c; cut 

Wright, G. H., tin cups, 1 doz. l aces , 2 lbs. at 1.25; shovels, 

at 1.08; rakes, 6 at 36c; 18 at 85c; packing, 17% lbs. 

blacksmiths' tongs, 5 prs. at at 85c; repairs to utensils, 

85c; dust pans, 1 doz. at 2.10; 18.45; brushes, 12 at 27yoC, 

fly paper, 24 pkgs. at 50c; 2 at 95c; paints, oils, etc, 

paris green, 37 lbs. at 22%c, 40.04; lace leather, 2 lbs. at 

25 lbs. at 23y 2 c; water front, 1.24; cedar mop, 1 at 1.50; 

1 at 4.00; fly killer, 3 gals. knives, 2 doz. at 2.25, 6 doz. 

at 1.00; binder twine, 25 lbs. at 2.44; electrical supplies, 

at lie; putz cream, 1 gal. at 18.36; strainers, 4 at 35c; 

2.00; axe handles, 1 doz. at pans, 1 at 1.00, 4 at 96c, 3 at 

3.24; sash tools, 1 doz. at 2.40; 70c; sundries, 135.96 



538 60 



Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. 



Salaries ($56,750.97) 

J. M. Forster, M.D.: Twelve months' salary as Superintendent 2,600 00 

H. Clare, M.D.: do Asst. Superintendent 1,500 00 

Thos. Cumberland, M.D.: do Second Physician 1,032 00 

Geo. C. Kidd, M.D.: Eight do Third Physician 733 00 

L. E. Williams, M.D.: do Fourth Physician 666 00 

Hugh A. McKay, M.D.: Four do do do 416 00 

C. S. McVicar, (M.D.: Twelve do Clinical Assistant 600 00 

Jas. Corcoran: do Bursar 1,700 00 

F. O. ILoft: do Bursar's Clerk 1,150 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the -Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



J. F. Dwyer: Twelve 

Florence Coombs: 

Jane McNair: 

Lillie Field: 

E. Shand: 

Alex. McKenzie: 

Robert McCammon: 

Jas. Barkley: 

J. Noble: 

Jas. Young: 

John Daly: 

Jos. Anthony: 

Win. Wilson: 

Chas. Arnott: 

W. P. Strickland: 

Chief Attendants (Male): 

Supervisors (Male) : 

Attendants: 

Chief Attendants (Female) : 

Supervisors (Female): 

Nurses: 

Cooks: 

Maids: 

Laundresses: 

Seamstresses : 

Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 

Farm Hands: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

months' salary as (Storekeeper 1,200 00 

do iStenographer 600 00 

do do 480 00 

do do 420 00 

do - . Matron 700 00 

do Tailor 750 00 

do Baker 700 00 

do Butcher ." 600 00 

do Engineer 850 00 

do Asst. Engineer 650 00 

do Mason ' 750 00 

do (Carpenter 700 00 

do Tradesman 800 00 

do Farmer 700 00 

do Gardener 550 00 

600 00 

5,005 03 

9,168 47 

602 74 

3,279 55 

8,672 25 

2,195 14 

1,472 94 

1,515 19 

• 324 00 

2,016 00 

204 66 

848 00 



Expenses ($122,296.93) 



Allan, A. A., fur caps, 12 at 4.50 54 00 

Alpin, Thos., hay, 1 ton 1,215 lbs. 
at 24.00 38 58 

Amer. Laundry Machinery Co., 

Ltd., repairs 32 05 

Amer. Medical Association, subn. 6 50 

Arkley, L. M., analysis of coal 
samples * • • 13 00 

Armstrong & Pafford, Ltd., 

sugar, 3,004 lbs. at 6.36 cwt... 191 06 

Art Metropole, tailor square . . 2 00 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., ammonia powder, 
2,183 lbs. at 2.90 cwt 63 32 

Bates & Dodds, interments 150 00 

Beal Bros., Ltd., leather, 119% 
lbs. at 39c, 116 lbs. at 38c; 
shoemaker's sundries, 9.89 . . 100 58 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., ice 141 08 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 
struments, 352.00; messages, 
28.73 380 73 

Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., ham- 
pers, 2 at 4.23 8 46 

Birrell, W. E., nurse cloth, 326% 
yds. at 17y 2 c 57 14 

Blake, W. E., &, Son, Ltd., chapel 

furnishings 9 90 

Bonner, J., roach powder, 20 lbs. 

at 50c ••• 10 00 

Booth-Coulter Copper & Brass 



Co., Ltd., repairs to fire ex- 
tinguishers 

British Medical Association, sub- 
scription 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., mitts, 6 
doz. at 4.50, 6 doz, at 4.00; 
overalls, 3 doz. at 12.50; flan- 
nelette, 999 yds. at lie, 329% 
yds. at 10c; crash, 1,521% 
yds. at ll%c; lining, 41 yds. 
at 50c; ticking, 1,076% yds. 
at 21%c; shirting, 856 yds. 
at 15c, 1,551 yds. at 13%c; 
sheeting, 1,113 yds. at 27%c, 
593% yds. at 30c, 1,279 yds. 
at 23%c, 213% yds. at 28y 2 c, 
319% yds. at 22%c, 841 yds. 
at 25c; handkerchiefs, 5 doz. 
at 90c, 5 doz. at 85c; collars, 
7 doz. at 1.00; pillow cotton, 
65% yds. at 22 %c; sundries, 
30.64; underwear, 12 doz. at 
10.00, 12 doz. at 10.50, 12 doz. 
at 11.00; linen, 292% yds. at 
20c, 135y 2 yds. at 45c, 235% 
yds. at 70c, 104% yds. at 50c; 
towels, 3 doz. at 4.00, 6 doz. at 
2.25; cotton, 2,269% yds. at 
12y 2 c, 1,753% yds. at liy 2 c, 
353% yds. at 7%c, 683% yds. 
at 16c, 666 yds. at 13%c, 228 



3 60 

8 60 



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Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



yds. at lie, 591^ yds. at 7c, 
124 y 2 yds. at 16 %c; galatea, 
258 yds. at 15c; shirting, 211 
yds. at 15c, 451% yds. at 
13%c; embroidery cotton, 6 
gro. at 2.00; ties, 12 doz. at 
1.50; smocks, % doz. at 13.50; 
overalls, % doz. at 13.50; 
denim, 232% yds. at 17y 2 c; 
butcher's linen, 199% yds. at 
23V2C.; cretonne, 86 yds. at 
20c, 40y 2 yds. at 15c; sox, 
50 doz. at 2.25; thread, 8 gro. 
at 5.00; suiting, 2<30 yds. at 
17y>c; curtain muslin, 290 
yds. at 25c; italian, 63% yds. 
at 65c; uniform cloth, 364y 2 
yds. at 15c; mats, 2 at 5.25; 
muslin, 202V 2 yds. at 17y 2 c; 
napkins, 6 doz. at 2.25 4 

Bryson, Alex., hay, 2 tons 300 
lbs. at 18.00 

Burns, P., & Co., Ltd., coal, 770 
tons 1,490 lbs. at 7.45, 925 tons 
130 lbs. at 5.25, 506 tons 650 
lbs. at 4.50, 401 tons 860 lbs. 
at 6.00, 3 tons at 7.50, 504 tons 
870 lbs. at 7.20; slabs, 5. cords 
at 5.50, % cord at 6.00 18 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Cairo Bros., apples, 6 bbls. at 
3.00, 2 bbls. at 2.25; sundry 
fruits, 51.83 

Can. Churchman, subscription. 

Can. Consolidated [Rubber Co., 
Ltd., rubbers, 18 prs. at 60c, 
12 prs. at 54c ; army blankets, 
72 at 1.75; less discount, 2.52 

Can. Customs, duty charges . . 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. General Electric Co., elec- 
trical supplies 

Can. H. W. Johns-Manville Co., 
Ltd., electrical and plumber 
supplies 

Can. Medical Association, sub- 
scription 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., paint, 
oil, etc 

C.P.R., freight charges 

C.P.R. Co.'s Telegraph, tele- 
grams 

Can. Practitioner and Review, 
subscription 

Can. Printing Co., blank books. 

Can. Steam Boiler & Equipment 
Co., Ltd., repairs to boilers, 
etc 

Carson, John, trav. expenses . . . 

Carmichael, Miss, services secur- 
ing help ••••• 

Central Press Agency, blank 

forms 

15 P.A. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Central Prison Farm, potatoes, 
400 bus. at 50c; butter, 900 
lbs. at 2iy 2 c, 450 lbs. at 25c 506 00 
Central Prison Industries, 
blankets, 1,864 lbs. at 55c, 
1,393 lbs. at 60c; boots, 50 
prs. at 2.00, 25 prs. at 1.65, 
75 prs. at 1.75, 100 prs. at 
1.95; cases, 11.50; brooms, 60 
doz. at 4.25; overcoats, 1 at 
25.00; repairing beds, 7 at 

3.00, 3 at 4.00 2,653 00 

Clare, Dr. Harvey, trav. ex- - 
penses, 92.00; books, 2.50; ad- 
mission of patients to circus, 

10.00 104 50 

Cockburn, A. A., quilts, 100 at 

1.25 125 00 

Cole, N. J., trav. expenses 9 60 

,429 80 Consolidated Optical Co., repairs 

to spectacles 1 70 

38 70 Consumers Gas Co., gas 2,573 97 

Cooper, W., hay, 2 tons 300 lbs. 

at 23.00 49 45 

Cruickshank, J. L., inspection of 

weights and measures 5 30 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch 
cleanser, 300 lbs. at 4c; less 

,968 94 discount, 24c 11 76 

8 30 Culp, Dr. H. J., veterinary ser- 
vices 6 00 

Cumberland, Dr. P. D., trav. ex- 

74 33 penses 3^85 

4 50 Dalton Bros., chicory, 150 lbs. 

at lie, 50 lbs. at 12c; coffee, 

400 lbs. at 23c, 200 lbs. at 

24c; ginger, 10 lbs. at 20c; 

140 76 pepper, 200 lbs. at 18c; cream 

40 07 tartar, 25 lbs. at 28c; less 

564 41 discount, 6.21 201 29 

Davies, Wm., Co., Ltd., sausages, 

11 48 ISO lbs. at 17c 30 60 

Davis, Lena A., expenses at ex- 
QQ in hibition, 2.35; trav. expenses, 

8 63.60 65 95 

r aa Dineen, W. & D., Co., Ltd., straw 

hats, 12 doz. at 6.00 72 00 

1ft 7 ok Dom. Linen Mfg. Co., Ltd., 

r fii guilts, 134 at 1.25; bed 

spreads, 100 at 1.25 292 50 

a oq Dom. Medical Monthly, sub- 
scription 2 00 

o on Doyle, M., Pish Co., Ltd., 31,800 

4 2 oo lDS - at 9c 2 ' 862 00 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., can 

seals, 5,000 at 1.35 per thou- 

18 69 sand; milk bottles, 2 doz. at 

3 00 65c; less discount, 13c 7 92 

Eaton, T., Co., nurses' badges.. 6 00 

12 00 Einbaden, H„ hay, 1 ton 1,550 

lbs. at 19.00 33 72 

17 00 Ellis, H., ambulance service ... 3 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Farm Account (Whitby Branch) 
apples, 19,840 lbs. at %c; 
beets, 9,180 lbs. at %c; cauli- 
flower, 250 lbs. at lc; car- 
rots, 27,360 lbs. at %c; 
cucumbers, 740 lbs. at lc; 
green onions, 1,865 lbs. at 2c; 
dry onions, 10,870 lbs. at lc; 
turnips, 980% bus. at 12c; 
parsley, 10 lbs. at 5c; green 
beans, 350 lbs. at 2c; white 
cabbage, 37,980 lbs. at %c; 
red cabbage, 2,500 lbs. at lc; 
citron, 3,500 lbs. at 2c; green 
corn, 17,350 lbs. at y 2 c; 
lettuce, 1,300 lbs. at 5c; 
parsnips, 21,355 lbs. at %c; 
squash, 2,780 lbs. at V 2 c; vege- 
table marrow, 1,600 lbs. at 
%c; milk, Shitty* qts. at 3c 

Fee, Jno. J., eggs, 360 doz. at 
36c, 180 doz. at 43c, 180 doz. 
at 37c, 180 doz. at 35c, 360 
doz. at 22c, 360 doz. at 24c, 
180 doz. at 25c, 180 doz. at 
26c, 180 doz. at 27c, 360 
doz. at 30c, 180 doz. at 28c; 
bacon, 18 lbs. at 20y 2 c 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 926 1-6 
bus. at 78c, 2,913y 2 bus. at 
74c 

Firstbrook Bros., Ltd., sawdust, 
50 bags at 16c 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 597% 
lbs. at 30c 

Foerster, C, smoking hams, 296 
at 5c 

Forster, Dr. J. M., trav. expenses 

Foy, Geo. J., Ltd., spirits for 
medical use 

Globe Printing Co., subscrip- 
tions 

Golden's Livery, livery hire 

Gowans, Kent & Co., Ltd., plates, 
1 doz. at 1.60, 1 doz. at 1.80, 
1 doz. at 1.10; tumblers, 4 doz. 
at 1.35; fruit jars, 12 gro. at 
9.25; crockery, glassware, etc., 
11.96; punch bowl, 1 at 2.00 

Graham, Thos., & Son, key 
blanks, 1 doz 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

G.T. Ry. Co., freight charges. 

Gripton, C, indelible ink, 4 qts. 
at 8.80 

Groceries, Ltd., mustard, 64 jars 
at 28c; sugar, 3,176 lbs. at 
4.26 cwt., 1.689 lbs. at 3.86 
cwt, 3.000 lbs. at 6.81 cwt... 

Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to range 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., Ltd., 
hose, 200 ft. at 10 4-5c, 100 
ft. at 13^c; sundries, 1.30; 
Jar rings, 20 gro. at 45c 



2,967 87 



804 69 



,878 


41 


8 


00 


179 


25 


14 

192 


80 
33 


67 


00 


12 
10 


50 
00 



134 86 

1 25 

1 00 

163 92 

35 20 



422 72 
15 75 

45 40 



Harcourt, E. H. Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery, etc 

Halliday, Jas., purchase of meat 

Harboard, F. W., marking ink, 

2 qts. at 8.50; rubber stamps, 

6.25 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., pork, 
4,694 lbs. at 13.60 cwt, 6,219 
lbs. at 12.85 cwt., 14,337 lbs. 

at 13.50 cwt 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 

Hendrie & Co., cartage 

Hind, J. W., blacksmithing 

Hobbs, Samuel, repairs to range, 
etc., 10.30; stove pipe, 100 
lengths at 14c; burner gas 
plate, 1 at 1.25 

Hospital World, subscription . . . 

Hubbell Electric Supply Co., 
electrical supplies 

Humphreys, F. W., canned vege- 
tables, 40 doz. at 85c, 20 doz. 
at 92 1 / 2 c; cornmeal, 3 bbls. at 
4.75; chloride lime, 5 cases at 
1.75; sapolio, 2 cases at 2.83; 
chocolate, 12 lbs. at 3.00; 
cocoanut, 20 lbs. at 17c; mus- 
tard, 50 lbs. at 26c; tapioca, 
532 lbs. at 4%c; starch, 807 
lbs. at 6c; rice, 1,250 lbs. at 
3.40 cwt; jelly powder, 12 doz. 
at 90c; paraffine wax, 100 lbs. 
at 7 1 /2C.; sundries, 15.33; cur- 
rants, 385 lbs. at 6%c; 
raisins, 280 lbs. at 6%c, 140 
lbs. at 9c; cocoa, 4 doz. at 
2.40; soap, 5 cases at 4.00; 
ginger, 10 lbs. at 25c; sugar, 
3,101 lbs. at 4.36 cwt, 3,203 
lbs. at 4.26 cwt, 3,000 lbs. at 
4.'61 cwt; corn starch, 400 
lbs. at 7%c.; biscuits, 24 lbs. 
at 23% c; prunes, 500 lbs. at 
7c, 500 lbs. at 10c; evapor- 
ated peaches, 300 lbs. at* 10c; 
macaroni, 9 boxes at 1.50 . . 

Hunter, F., lyxhayr fibre, 700 
lbs. at lie 

Hurd, H. E., veterinary services 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, lamps, 400 at 28.10; car- 
tage, 50c 

Ibbitson, Fred., repairs to saws 

Imperial Mfg. Co., plumbing 
supplies 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., paint, oil, 
etc 

Imperial Tobacco Co., tobacco, 
600 lbs. at 45c, 468 lbs. at 39c, 
654 lbs. at 50c, 96 lbs. at 46c, 
less discount, 90.60 

Inglis, Jno., Co., Ltd., repairs to 
boilers, etc 



31 90 
22,354 46 



23 2-5 



3,373 07 

40 76 
37 57 

240 20 



25 55 
3 00 

172 00 



912 63 



77 00 
2 00 


112 
5 


90 
40 


1 


25 


29 


63 


733 


08 


102 


96 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



Ingram & Bell, medical supplies 853 91 

Johns Hopkins Press, subscrip- 
tion to American Journal of 
Insanity 5 25 

Johnson, E. W., musical services 144 00 

Jones Bros., repairing clippers, 
etc 1 70 

Journal of Nervous and Mental 
Diseases, subscription 5 00 

Kenny, T., Co., Ltd., canned 
vegetables, 25 cases at 1.30; 
tea, 5,400 lbs. at 25c, less 
cartage, 33c 1,382 17 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 280 47 

Kirkpatrick, W. A., & Sons, har-~ 
ness repairs, etc 18 90 

Kinnear, Thos., & Co., soap, 25 
boxes at 4.00; starch, 390 lbs. 
at 5%c; prunes, 540 lbs. at 
8c; salt, 3 bbls. at 3.00; flavor- 
ing extracts, 6 doz. at 2.25, 6 
doz. at 2.30; currants, 234 lbs. 
at 7%c, 215 lbs. at 10c; 
cocoa, 16 doz. at 2.40; sago, 
500 lbs. at 5c, 409 lbs. at 
5%c; syrup, 1,162 lbs. at 
3%c; sal soda, 5,625 lbs. at 
80c; L. & P. sauce, 2 doz. at 
3.50; corn starch, 430 lbs. at 
6y 4 c, 200 lbs. at 7%c; cream 
tartar, 25 lbs. at 45c; canned 
vegetables, 20 doz. at 1.35, 20 
doz. at 85c, 40 doz. at 1.02%, 
40 doz. at 87%c, 40 doz. at 
97y 2 c; blacking, 23% doz. at 
90c; sugar, 3,215 lbs. at 4.31 
cwt., 3,037 lbs. at 4.26 cwt.; 
matches, 2 cases at 3.00; 
coffee, 30 lbs. at 34c; tapioca, 
503 lbs. at 5c, 542 lbs. at 
6%c; canned salmon, 20 doz. 
at 2.00, 20 doz. at 2.40; mac- 
aroni, 125 lbs. at 6c; corn- 
meal, 3 bbls. at 5.25; jelly 
powder, 1 gro. at 10.80; 
cocoanut, 20 lbs. at 20c; sun- 
dries, 6.95 1,127 50 

Krause, F., trav. expenses 4 45 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., 

ice, 501% tons at 1.35 677 03 

Lake, Wm. H„ jugs, 18 at 4.73, 
6 at 5.10; coal scuttles, 2 doz. 
at 4.75; glass nappies, 15 doz. 
at 50c; saucers, 25 doz. at 
25c 138 99 

Lawrence, J. W., drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 36 15 

Lewis, Rice, & iSon, Ltd., spoons, 
1 doz. at 3.25, 1 gro. at 5.50, 
1 gro. at 15.40, 12 doz. at 
1.10; leather belting, 75 ft. at 
25 5-7c, 6 ft. at 1.20; snow 



shovels, 2 doz. at 2.90; 
shovels, % doz. at 10.50; 
Italian hemp, 162 lbs. at 
16y 2 c; solder, 25 lbs. at 27^4c, 
25 lbs. at 24c, 25 lbs. at 29c; 
rat traps, 2 doz. at 1.25; 
clippers, 6 at 1.90; wire cut- 
ters, 1 pr. at 2.50; closet 
seats, 12 at 2.40; chest locks, 
1 doz. at 3.00; padlocks, 1 5-6 
doz. at 8.50; ice cream freez- 
ers, 1 at 4.50; gas tips, 1 box 
at 1.25 ; tinned iron, 81 lbs. at 
10c, scythe blades, 1 at 1.00; 
nails, 2 kegs at 2.30, 2 kegs at 
2.25, 1 keg at 2.35; beef 
slicers, 2 at 1.35; sundries, 
270.82; hose bibbs, 12 at 50c, 
12 at 45c; razors, 2 doz. at 
6.10; skates, 6 pr. at 40c; belt 
laces, 10 lbs. at 1.05; metal 
polish, 1 doz. at 2.00; night 
latches, 1 at 1.48, 5 at 1.06 2-5, 
1 at 1.58, 2 at 1.62y 2 , 1 at 
2.25; screw drivers, V 2 doz. at 
6.50; thumb latches, 1 doz. at 
2.50; drawer locks, 3 doz. at 
2.45; wardrobe locks, 2 doz. 
at 1.90; mop ropes, 78 lbs. at 
16%c; compression bibbs, 2 
doz. at 7.44; iron cement, 10 
lbs. at 22c; auger bits, 1 set 
at 4.20; chest handles, 1 doz. 
at 2.50; valves, 3 at 2.20, 3 at 
3.03; packing, 79 lbs. at 17y 2 c 

Loveless, J„ hay, 1 ton 720 lbs. 
at 23.00 

Lumbers, Jas., Co., Ltd., washing 
blue, 100 lbs. at 14c; borax, 
100 lbs. at 5c; jelly powder, 
1 gro. at 10.80; sago, 457 lbs. 
at 5%c; canned salmon, 20 
doz. at 1.50; sal soda, 6,750 lbs. 
at 75c. cwt; prunes, 500 lbs. 
at 7c; syrup, 1,009 lbs. at 
3%c; chloride of lime, 5 
cases at 1.75; corn starch, 200 
lbs. at 7y 2 c; currants, 249 lbs. 
at 7c; matches, 2 cases at 
3.00; pails, 3 doz. at 3.00; 
canned vegetables, 40 doz. at 
85c; baking powder, 60 lbs. at 
33c; sundries, 21.98; cocoa, 12 
lbs. at 39c, 4 doz. tins at 
2.40; wash boards, 1 doz. at 
2.35; salt, 20 bbls. at 1.50; 
soap, 12 boxes at 3.75; starch, 
807 lbs. at 6c; sugar, 3,101 lbs. 
at 4.36 cwt., 3,097 lbs. at 4.26 
cwt., 3,114 lbs. at 4.56 cwt, 
2,500 lbs. at 4.66 cwt, 1,000 
lbs. at 4.61 cwt.; cream tartar, 
25 lbs. at 28c; raisins, 140 



6i9 44 
31 28 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



lbs. at 7c; sapolio, 3 boxes 
at 2.85; evaporated peaches, 
250 lbs. at 9c; macaroni, 50 

lbs. at 5^ 

Lyons, Geo. A., oats, 86 bus. at 
50c, 325 bus. at 49c, 75 bus. 
at 60c; straw, 2 tons 650 lbs. 
at 10.50, 2 tons 85 lbs. at 
12.00; hay, 350 lbs. at 18.00 
ton; bran, 1,000 lbs. at 1.20 
cwt; oat chop, 1,700 lbs. at 
38.00 ton 



1,101 61 



343 61 



Macdonald, Jno., & Co., iLtd., 
sheeting, 240 yds. at 22y 2 c; 
underwear, 6 doz. at 9.00; 
thread, 16y 2 gro. at 5.00; but- 
tons, 8 gro. at 45c, 2 gro. at 
1.25, 6 gro. at 90c; tape, 6 
gro. at 90c, 8 gro. at 1.00; 
pins, 1 gro. at 4.80; shoe laces, 

5 gro. at 1.15, 9 gro. at 75c; 
braces, 16 doz. at 2.25; overalls, 

6 doz. at 10.50; table linen, 
45% yds. at 85c; napkins, 3 
doz. at 4.50; pocketing, 41 yds. 
at l«%c, 69y 2 yds. at 20c; 
Italian, 51% yds. at 90c; 
serge, '65% yds. at 2.60, 
185% yds. at 2.70; cotton, 
123y 2 yds. at 14y 2 c; towels, 
5 1-12 doz. at 5.00, 6 doz. at 
2.25, 9 doz. at 1.90; safety 
pins, 4 boxes at 90c; hair- 
pins, 20 lbs. at 8c; linen 
thread, 6 doz. at 2.25, 5 doz. 
at 65c, 3 lbs. at 1.75, 3 lbs. at 
2.25; hose, 50 doz. at 3.25, 53 
doz. at 2.25; batts, 5 bales at 
7.25; sundries, 5.69; holland, 

95 yds. at 19y 2 c; lining, , 
147% yds. at 20c; hair cloth, 
24 yds. at 30c; padding. 15 
yds. at 40c; ticking, 528% 
yds. at 21c; print, 566 yds. 
at ll%c, 343% yds. at 21c; 
butchers' linen, 216 yds. at 
21c, 220 yds. at 19y 2 c; less 
discount, 40.81 1,888 68 

Maclean Publishing Co., sub- 
scription to Canadian Grocer. . 

Mail Printing Co., subscriptions 

Maple Leaf (Milling Co., Ltd., 
flour, 430 bags at 2.10, 1,308 
bbls. at 3.85 5,938 81 

Market Growers' Journal, sub- 
scription 

Marlatt, IS., hay, 1 ton 600 lbs. 
at 20.00 

Mason & Risch, Ltd., tuning 
pianos 

Meakins & Sons, Ltd., brooms, 
y 2 doz. at 12.00; brushes, 12 



2 00 
14 00 



1 25 



26 00 



8 00 



doz. at 1.30, 2 doz. at 7.50; 
less discount, 72c 

JVIedland, T. J., Ltd., split peas, 
20 bags at 3.50; rolled wheat, 
5 bbls. at 2.60, 30 bbls. at 2.75 

Merchants Mfg. & Importing Co., 
bowls, 30 doz. at 90c; sun- 
dries, 60c 

Meyers, Wm., expenses return- 
ing eloper 

Might Directories, Ltd., city 
directory 

Milne Bros., wheatine, 30 bags 
at 2.30, 10 bags at 2.80 

Modern Hospital, subscriptions 

Monetary Times, subscription . . 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
(Ltd., plumber supplies 

Morton, David, & Son, Ltd., soap, 
150 boxes at 2.40 

Muldoon, J., Ltd., roofer's 
cement, 10 lbs. at 10c 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., collars, 35 
doz. at 1.50, 5 doz. at 1.25, 1 
doz. at 2.00 

Musson iBook Co., Ltd., station- 
ery 

MoGibbon's Drug Store, drugs 
and chemicals 

MoLauchlan & [Sons Co., Ltd., 
biscuits, % boxes at 25c, 129 
lbs. at 21c 

WcWilliam & Everist, lemons, 
2 cases at 4.00, 3 cases at 3.50, 

1 case at 4.50, 2 cases at 4.75, 

2 cases at 5.75; oranges, 8 
cases at 3.00; holly, 2 cases at 
4.00; prunes, 2 cases at 2.75; 
gooseberries, 25 baskets at 
75c; tomatoes, 160 baskets at 
25c; maple syrup, 52 tins at 
1.25; berries, 1,620 boxes at 
13c, 216 boxes at 12c; cher- 
ries, 50 baskets at 75c 

National Geographical Society, 
annual dues 

Nerlich & Co., combs, 23 doz. at 
2.00, 12 doz. at 90c, 2 doz. at 
4.00, 6 doz. at 85c, 6 doz. at 
3.60; pipes, 6 doz. at 2.10; 
playing cards, 12 doz. at 1.00; 
less discount, 2.32 

Nordheimer Piano & Music Co., 
Ltd., tuning pianos 

Northern Aluminum Co., Ltd., 
trays, 6 at 1.80; kettles, 1 at 
2.40 

Northway, Jno. & (Son, suit 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 
powder 

O'Beirne, J. C, rent of house 

Ogllvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats.. 40 bags at 2.40,~ 
100 bags at 2.07% 



35 88 



165 50 



27 


60 


2 


80 


10 


00 


97 
6 
3 


00 
50 
00 


80 


27 


360 


00 


1 


00 


60 


75 


213 


41 


424 


15 



51 09 



479 27 
2 50 



113 78 
4 00 



13 20 
15 00 

175 54 

720 00 



303 50 



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229 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. 



Paine, Jno. B., Co., Ltd., soap, 
16,582 lbs. at 7c; crescent 
soda, 14,000 lbs. at 1^4c 

Parker, R., & Co., dyeing cur- 
tains 

Parsons, Brown & Co., candied 
peel, 14 lbs. at 16c, 14 lbs. at 
10%c 14 lbs. at lli/ 2 c; 
pickles, 12 doz. at 1.50; can- 
ned vegetables, 20 doz. at 1.00; 
soap, 5 cases at 3.85; salt, 10 
bbls. at 1.35; pearline, 5 cases 
at 3.40; laundry blue, 20 boxes 
at 1.40; tapioca, 751 lbs. at 
S^c; sundries, 8.45; sugar, 
3,127 lbs. at 4.45 cwt, 3..080 
lbs. at 4.56 cwt.; prunes, 500 
lbs. at 9c, 1,100 lbs. at 10y 2 c; 
coffee, 30 lbs. at 34c; corn 
starch, 200 lbs. at Ty 2 c; 
chloride of lime, 250 lbs. at 
7%c; cocoa, 4 doz. at 2.40 .. 

Parsons, C, & Son, Ltd., leather, 
222 lbs. at 39c; shoemakers' 
sundries, 6.18 

Pendrith Machinery (Co., repairs 
to machinery 

Penman's, (Ltd., mangle blan- 
kets, 83 lbs. at 80c, less dis- 
count, 1.60 

Perkins, Ince & Co., ibarley, 10 
bbls. at 6.25, 3 bbls. at 7.00; 
cocoa, 4 doz. at 2.50, 8 doz. 
at 2.40; rice, 1,772 lbs. at 5c, 
1,109 lbs. at 5%c; shaving 
soap, 12 doz. at 90c, 6 doz. at 
75c; sugar, 1,564 lbs. at 4.15 
cwt., 3,182 lbs. at 4.55 cwt, 
3,086 lbs. at 4.36 cwt., 1,611 at 
3.96 cwt, 6,171 lbs. at 4.56 cwt, 
1,635 lbs. at 4.16 cwt., 1,541 
lbs. at 5.16 cwt, 1,500 lbs. at 
5.81 cwt; canned salmon, 40 
doz. at 1.95, 80 doz. at 1.90; 
L. & P. sauce, 2 doz. at 3.50; 
vinegar 373 gals, at 25c; 
candy, 200 lbs. at 14c, 150 
lbs. at 15c, 25 lbs. at 27c; 
cassia, 10 lbs. at 22c; pails, 
3 doz at 3.00, 6 doz. at 3.10; 
pearline, 5 boxes at 3.40; cod- 
fish, 100 lbs. at 7%c; coffee, 60 
lbs. at 34 1 /2C.; sundries, 41.10; 
flavoring extract, 12 doz. at 
2.25; tapioca, 1,328 lbs. at 
5%c, 904 libs, at 6%c; soap, 
20 T)oxes at 4.00, 10 boxes at 
4.50; sal soda, 7,110 lbs. at 
85c, 6,720 lbs. at 90c; starch, 
794 lbs. at 6c, 815 lbs. at 



Expenses.— Continued. 

6% a; biscuits, 24 boxes at 
27^c, 1 case at 3.60; paraffine 
1,335 74 wax, 250 lbs. at 9c; nuts, 103 

lbs. at 17c, 110 lbs. at 12%c, 
'3 75 110 lbs. at 16y 2 c; figs, 30 lbs. 

at lie, 483 lbs. at 5c; sap- 
olio, 24 doz. at 95c; molas- 
ses, 49 gals, at 30c; herring, 1 
keg at 3.50; corn meal, 6 bbls. 
at 4.50, 3 bbls. at 4.65, 3 bbls. 
at 5.50; jelly powder, 12 doz. 
at 90cc; pepper, 10 lbs. at 
28c; gelatine, 6 doz. at 1.10; 
prunes, 500 lbs. at 9%<c, 560 
lbs. at 10c, 500 lbs. at 8c; 
raisins, 81 lbs. at 10%c, 280 
lbs. at 8c; polish, 1 gro. at 
10.80; evaporated peaches, 300 
lbs. at 8%c; pickles, 3 doz. at 
3.25, 12 doz. at 1.05; coffee, 30 
lbs. at 34%c; mustard, 50 
664 51 jars at 30c, 12 jars at 41c; 

syrup, 3,345 lbs. at 3%c 2,040 
lbs. at 4c; canned vegetables, 
92 76 100 doz. at 92%c, 80 doz. at 

82%c, 80 doz. at 85c, 40 doz. 
7 15 at 9714 c; nutmegs, 5 lbs. at 

40c; sardines, 1 case at 11.00; 
lobsters, 2 doz. at 3.25; mat- 
64 80 ches, 4 cases at 3.00; salt, 5 

bbls. at 3.00, 10 bbls. at 1.50; 
fly swatters, 1 gro. at 5.25; 
currants, 225 lbs. at 7%c; 
corn starch, 200 lbs. at 7%c; 
cream tartar, 25 lbs. at 60c 3,284 86 

Perrin, Fred. J., coffee, 300 lbs. 
at 25c 75 00 

Perrin, J. H., tissue paper, 25 
rolls, 2.10; subscription to 
sundry magazines, 51.70 53 80 

Phipps, A., hay, 1 ton, 830 lbs. 
at 19.00 26 88 

Piper, N. L., Railway Supply 
Co., Ltd., beacon burners, 6 
doz. at 1.80; wicks, 2 gro. 75c 12 30 

Postmaster, postage stamps . . 138 50 

Powley, Geo., Paper Co., toilet 
paper, 5 cases at 6.25 .... 31 25 

Price, &., & Sons, Ltd., milk, 
12,989 gals, at 26c, 7,593 gals, 
at 22c 5,047 60 

Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., toilet 
paper, 5 cases at 4.50; less dis- 
count, 22c * 22 28 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 30 00 

Robinson, P., hay 1 ton, 1,900 
lbs. at 20.00 39 00 

Schulze-Otto & Co., subscription 
to Journal of Mental Science 4 92 



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■-3 PUBLICftlNSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. ; 

&J3 i£9 ?€ Hospital for the Insane, Toronto.— Continued. ] • 7%Sd m 

' Expenses.— Continued. 

Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., Sparrow, Geo., & Co., repairs to 

cuspidors, 6 doz. at 1.60; ket- range, 14.25; sundries, 5.25, 

ties, 1 doz. at 8.28; rice boil- boilers, 1 at 1.25, 1 at 2.00, 1 

ers, 2 doz. at 9.63; pails, 2 at 13.75; cherry stoners, 1 at 

doz. at 4.54; sauce pans, 2 doz. 1.50; preserving kettles, 2 at 

at 3.89; less discount, 1.08 .. 52 92 5.50 49 00 

Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., over- Spence, D., oranges, 5 cases at 

alls, 19 prs. at 1.40; coats, 13 3.00; berries, 1,080 boxes at 

at 1.25, 2 at 2.50; underwear, 13c, 513 boxes at 12%c; cur- 

2 suits at 1.00; tea kettles, 1 rants, 20 has. at 60c, 10 has. 

at 3.15; (slippers, 1 pr. at at 1.10; beans, 15 bus. at 2.00, 

2.45, 1 pr. at 1.49, 8 prs. at 10 bus. at 2.25; 20 bus. at 2.35, 

1.39, i pr. at 3.25, 1 pr. at 2.09, 20 bus. at 2.50, 20 bus. at 2.75'; 

1 pr. at 1.59, 1 pr. at 1.29; cherries, 100 bas. at 30c; 

corsets, 9 prs. at 1.25, 1 pr. plums, ^0 bas. at 45c; pears, 

at 2.00; shawls, 2 at 1.00, 1 at 50 bas. at 50c 524 53 

1.50; brooches, 9 at 26c, 4 Stanley, J., repairing clocks, etc 3 50 

at 25c; sheep lined coats, 12 Steele, Griggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

at 6.75;. bed spreads, 36 at seed, plants, etc 114 08 

1.25; muslin, 46 yds. at 13c; Stephens, Welch & Co., diamond 

chintz, 60 yds. at 33c ; ribbon, cleaner, 375 lbs. at 3c 11 25 

10 yds. at 20c, 9 yds. at 25c; Strickland, W. P., photos 2 00 

dresses, 5 at 4.00; sundries, Sundry newspapers, advertising 

41.51; shoes, 1 pr. at 4.50, 6 re fuel and supplies 153 35 

prs. at 4.10, 4 prs. at 1.95, 2 Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., tank 
prs. at 3.00, 1 pr. at 1.99; heaters, 1 at 14.29; iron cast- 
knives, 1 doz. at 1.08; rub- Ings, etc., 62.31 76 60 

ber coats, 1 at 4.00; comfort- Temple-Pattison Co., Ltd., dental 

ers, 4 at 6.45 ; sweaters, 1 at supplies 64 98 

3.00; scarfs, 3 at 50c; fancy Thistle, Dr. W. B., medical ser- 

plates, 1 at 1.50; dishes, 2 at vices 10 00 

1.30; plates, 1 doz. at 1.75; Thompson, Geo., expenses re- 
suit cases, 1 at 4.25; suits, 100 turning elopers 5 00 

at 9.00; pants, 12 prs. at 1.75; Toronto Butchers' Supply Co., 

tea pots, 2 doz. at 2.50 1,335 05 sheep casings, 18 bundles at 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., oil, 86c; lamb splitters, 1 at 2.00; 

1 gal 1 50 hog casings, 45 lbs. at 35c; 

Sloan, Jno., & Co., washing blue, sundries, 1.77 34 82 

50 lbs. at 14c; corn starch, Toronto Electric Light Co., Ltd., 

200 lbs. at 7%c; matches, 2 electric current 828 86 

cases at 3.00; canned salmon, Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 

20 doz. at 1.75; syrup, 1,030 Ltd., laundry repairs 64 40 

lbs. at 3%c; shelled almonds, Toronto, City of, water rates . . 2,307 54 

28 lbs. at 40c; sundries, 6.55; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 

cream tartar, 25 lbs. at 30c; electric current, 103.02; lamps, 

salt, 10 bbls. at 1.60; sugar, 100 at 27c 130 02 

3,181 lbs. at 4.55 cwt., 1,485 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets .. 150 00 
lbs. at 4.15 cwt.; tapioca, 170 Turnbull Elevator Mfg. Co., re- 
lbs, at 4%c; cider, 40 gals, at pairs to elevator 1 70 

25c 367 33 Turley, G., services shipping 

Smith, A., hay, 1 ton, 800 lbs. at milk 48 00 

21.00 29 40 Turner, C. B., & Co., boiler lin- 

Smith, E. D., jam, 360 lbs. at ing, 1,660 lbs. at iy 2 c * 24 90 

10c, 300 lbs. at 10%c, 510 lbs. Turner & Tupper, boiler lining, 

at 7%c, 300 lbs. at lie, 180 lbs. 1,930 lbs. at 1V 2 C 28 95 

at HViC l80 lbs. at 8V 2 c, 180 Veterinary Specialty Co., rat 

lbs. at 8%c; marmalade, 630 exterminator, 6 tins at 2.50 . . 15 00 

lbs. at 8c; less discount, Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., key 

24.17 '. 217 56 blanks, 3 5-6 doz. at 1.25; key 

Smith L. hay, 1 ton 300 lbs. at sockets, 2 doz. at 2.70; sun- 

19.00 21 85 dries, 6.53 16 73 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for the Insane, Toronto. — Continued. 



Watt Milling & Feed Co., Ltd., 
shavings, 55 bales at 25c 

Wells, Dr. Josephine, dental 
supplies 

Willard & Co., Ltd., butter, 
28,238 lbs. at 28c., 13,900 lbs. 
at 25%c; chicken, 81 lbs. at 
20c, 652*4 lbs. at 18c, 372 lbs. 
at 21c, 6 lbs. at 23c; turkey, 
1,250 lbs. at 24c; duck, 18 lbs. 
at 20c, T% lbs. at 21c; eggs, 
180 doz. at 34c, 540 doz. at 
35c, 540 doz. at 36c, 360 doz. 
at 37c, 180 doz. at 38c, 
180 doz. at 42c, 180 
doz. at 40c, 180 doz. at 33c, 
540 doz. at 26c, 360 doz. at 
22c, 180 doz. at 23c, 540 doz. 
at 24c, 360 doz. at 25c, 360 
doz. at 27c, 360 doz. at 28c, 
540 doz. at 30c, 180 doz. at 
32c, 180 doz. at 29c; cheese, 



Expenses. — Continued. 

267 lbs. at I4%c, 750 lbs. at 
13 75 15c, 734 lbs. at 15 %c, 755 
lbs. at 15^4c, 332 lbs. at 
55 00 16%c, 416 lbs. at 14y 2 c, 764 
lbs. at 14c, 255 lbs. at 14%c, 
1,043 lbs. at 16y 2 c; geese, 
1,065 lbs. at 16c; bacon, 40*4 
lbs. at 21c, 27 lbs. at 20c, 
38y 2 lbs. at 19c 14,775 16 

Williams, L. E., trav. expenses 16 15 

Williams, R. &., & iSons, Co., re- 
pairs to musical instruments. 1 00 

Wilson, C, & Son, repairs to 

scales 36 41 

Wilson, Harold A., Co., Ltd., 
foot balls, 3 at L80"; bladders, 
3 at 60c; sundries, 90c; ten- 
nis balls, 1 doz. at 2.50; ten- 
nis nets, 1 at 2.40 13 00 

Young, J. M., hay, .1 ton, 1,110 
lbs. at 20.00 31 10 



Reception Hospital. 



Salaries and Expenses ($3,723.76) 

Win. J. McLean: Four months' salary as Asst. [Physician 333 33 

Gladys Courteny: Three and two-thirds do Clerk and (Stenographer .. 163 50 

Eliz. McKay: do do Cook 93 55 

Jas. McClurg: do do Chief (Supervisor 142 19 

Ernest Morgan: Two and one-half d^ Caretaker 30 40 

Ida Lewin: Two and five-sixths do Housemaid 42 50 

Douglas Duncan: Two and one-half do Attendant 62 50 

Herbert J. Gentry: One do do 17 33 

Norman Rennie: One and two-thirds do do 39 60 

John , Simpson: Three do do 66 00 

Belle McVittie: Three and two-thirds do Head Nurse 124 73 

Charlotte Grieve: do Supervisor 82 32 

Susana C. Campbell: Two and one-half do do 49 33 

Eliz. iSharkey: do do 49 33 

Louisa M. Henry: Three and one-half do Nurse 52 &0 

Ruth E. Park: do do 52 50 

Bella Young: Three do do 45 00 

Margaret Thomas : One-half do do 6 07 

Ida A. Turner: Two-thirds do do 8 67 

Fannie Mayne: One-half do Housemaid 6 93 

John F. Marsh: Two do Attendant 40 00 

Henry Jones: One do do 20 00 

John McK. Wood: do do 24 00 

Laura Cook: One-third do Kitchen girl 4 77 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of Burns, P. & Co., coal, 10 tons, 

instrument 17 05 500 lbs. at 7.45, 1 ton at 7.50 83 86 

Brock, W. R., Co., night shirts, Consumers' Gas Co., gas 84 70 

8 doz. at 9.00, 5 doz. at 10.50; Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 74 bus. 

gowns, 8 doz. at 4.50, 3 doz. at at 74c 54 76 

12.50; kimonas, % doz. at Gripton, C, indelible ink 8 80 

10.50; spreads, 8 doz. at 1.50; Gutta Percha & Rubber Co., 

sundries, 69.18; sheets, 6 doz. hose, 100 ft. at 17c; sundries, 

at 9.50; less discount, 16.36. . 435 70 6oc 17 65 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Reception Hospital.— Continued. 



Salaries and Expenses.— Continued. 



Hobbs, Samuel, hardware 

Hubertus, Mrs. M. A., postage 

stamps 

Humphrey, F. W., groceries . . 
Ingram & Bell, drugs, (Chemi- 
cals, etc., 60.20; chart files, 2 

doz. ait 12.00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
stationery, 40.33; printing, 

32.52 

Kinnear, Thos. & Co., groceries 

Laidlaw, R. & Co., lumber 

Lake Simcoe Ice Supply Co., ice 
Lewis, Rice, & Son, lawn mow- 
ers, 2 at 11.25; iron hardware, 

tools, etc., 28.53 

Mercer Reformatory, laundrying 
McGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 

chemicals, etc 

Price, S., & Son, milk 



16 70 

25 00 
275 27 



84 20 



72 


85 


106 


59 


6 


00 


8 


49 


51 


03 


155 


67 


132 


38 


82 


59 



9 00 
4 25 

3 00 

3 00 



Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., toilet 
paper, 2 cases at 4.50 

Redcliffe, H., & .Son, stove pipe. 

Robertson, J. Ross, subscription, 
Telegram 

Royal Standard Typewriters, in- 
spections 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., boots, 
24 prs. at 95c; shirts, 6 at 
50c; hose, 2 doz. at 2.25, 1 
doz. at 3.48; crockery, 34.56; 
table, 1 at 11.75; sundries, 
20.20; suits, 4 at 6.95; blan- 
kets, 4 pr. at 3.95; snirting, 70 
yds. at 15c 154 39 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
sewing machine 30 40 

Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 
lamps, 7.20; electric current, 
14.70 21 90 

Willard & Co., groceries 221 48 



J. J. Williams, M.D.: 
T. W. Nancekivell, M.D. : 
J. F. Cattermole, M.D.: 
C. C. Hodgins: 
Edna Johnstone: 
Olive E. Osborne: 
Augusta Nelles: 
Walter Precious: 
James Coulter: 
Alfred C.L.Vincent: 
Stewart McCurdy: 
Stephen Purchase: 
Chief Attendants: 
Supervisors (Male) : 
Attendants: 
Supervisors (Female) : 
Nurses: 
Cooks: 
Maids: 
Laundresses: 
Seamstresses: 
Stokers: 

Temporary Assistance: 
Farm Hands: 



Hospital for Epileptics* Woodstock. 

Salaries ($16,551.49) 

Twelve months' sal ary as 'Superintendent 2,6*00 00 

Five do Asst. Physician 357 20 

Seven do do 700 00 

Twelve do 'Bursar and iStorekeeper . . 1,600 00 

Four do (Stenographer 108 00 

Six and one-half do do 162 50 

Six do Matron 250 00 

Twelve do Engineer 600 00 

Five do Carpenter 291 00 

Six do do 360 77 

Twelve do Farmer 750 00 

do Gardener 700 00 

408 00 

580 00 

1,775 89 

514 00 

1,101 83 

1,305 86 

243 74 

286 00 

240 00 

586 00 

55 70 

985 00 



Addison, J. A., maple syrup, 33 
gals, at 1.25 

Agnew, John, Ltd., rubbers, 5 
pr. at 65c, 6 pr. at 90c; 
rubber boots, 1 pr. at 2.50, 1 
pr. at 4.25; slippers, 6 pr. at 
65c; laces, 1 gro. at 1.35, 5 
gro. at 90c; shoes, 21 pr. at 



Expenses, ($24,201.12) 

2.00, 1 pr. at 2.25, 1 pr. at 2.50, 
41 25 5 pr. at 1.75, 1 pr. at 1.00 81 65 

Anderson, F., apples, 6 bags at 

50c 3 00 

Arkley, L. M. t services analys- 
ing coal samples 6 00 

Asselstine, S. G., manure, 12 
loads at 50c 6 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock. — Continued. 



Baird, Wm., repairs to furnace, 
2.00; repairs to locks, 1.38; 
repairs to mowers, 9.20 

Barr, Jos., repairing clocks . . . 

Beauregard, A. L., repairs to 
vehicles 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
13.85; rent of instruments, 
107.26 

Blackburn, Joseph (contract), 
roast beef, 158% lbs. at 12c, 
4,694% lbs. at 16c; boiling 
beef, 63% lbs. at 9c, 1,964% lbs. 
at 13c; stewing beef, 52 lbs. at 
8c, 1,690% lbs. at 13c; veal, 
6 lbs. at 2i2c, 25 lbs. at 20c, 
4 lbs. at 18c; roast pork, 
63% lbs. at 20c; sundries, 
108.10; steak, 30 lbs. at 12%c, 
957% lbs. at 18c; chicken, 
42% lbs. at 18c, 8% lbs. at 
20c, 1 pr. at 2.00; lamb, 7% 
lbs. at 28c, 10% lbs. at 23c, 
3% lbs. at 22c; lamb chops, 
12 lbs. at 2>2c 

Blair, B., & Co., Ltd., manure, 
16 loads at 50c; coal, 383 tons 
1,000 lbs. at 7.20, 223 tons 230 
lbs. at 7.40 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Butler, R. E., Lumber Co., 
lumber 

Canada 'Customs, duty charges. 

Canada (Linseed Oil Mills, Ltd., 
oil cake meal, 6 tons at 28.50 

Canadian Consolidated Rubber 
Co., Ltd., army blankets, 60 at 
1.40, less discount, 1.68 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Pacific Ry., freight charges 

Canadian Press Agency, blank 
forms, etc 

Canadian Printing Co., blank 
forms, etc 

Canfield, E. J., fish, 4,528 lbs. 
at lie 

Central Prison Farm, dehydra- 
tine, 37 gals, at 1.25 

Central Prison Industries, 
blankets, 295 lbs. at 55c; 
cases, 2.40; brooms, 11 doz. 
at 4.25; flannel, 60 yds. at 
50c; bed fabrics, 10 at 2.25. 

Clarke, James, repairs to imple- 
ments 

Clifton, Jas. G., manure, 20 loads 
at 50c 

Cohoe, B. R., seeds 

Coleman Baking Powder Co., 
Ltd., baking powder, 2 doz. 
5-lb. tins at 9.50, less discount, 
2.85 

Coles, E. J., Co., cuspidors, 12 
at 65c; plates, 1 doz. at 1.00, 



Expenses.— Continued. 

% doz. at 2.40, 3 doz. at 85c, 
2 doz. at 1.20, 6 doz. at 65c; 

12 58 sauce dishes, 3 doz. at 45c, 
3 00 10 doz. at 35c, 4 doz. at 30c; 

vegetable dishes, 12 at 65c; 
32 00 mirror, 1 at 2.00; tumblers, 1 

doz. at 2.00; crockery, glass- 
ware, etc., 11.95; cups and 
121 11 saucers, 1 doz. at 1.00, % doz. 

at 3.00, 3 doz. at 1.20, 6 doz. 
at 30c; bowls, 10 doz. at 85c; 
toilet sets, 1 at 4.75, 1 at 4.00, 
1 at 3.50; hanging baskets, 1 

doz. at 3.00 80 30 

Constable, U. H., printing 2 00 

Cook, David C, Publishing Co., 
candy boxes, 215 at 1.15 per 

100; sundries, 36c 2 83 

Coppins, E. IS., plumbing repairs, 

etc 173 41 

C.P. Ry. Co.'s Telegraph, mes- 
sages 155 

Crawford, E., cartage 1 00 

Cudahy Packing Co., old dutch, 
1,572 58 cleanser, 1,200 lbs. at 5c, less 

discount, 1.20 58 80 

Cullen, James, bran, 6 tons at 

22.00, 5 tons 300 lbs. at 23.00, 

4,420 25 14% tons at 25.00; shorts, 4 

5 91 tons at 23.00, 2% tons at 24.00, 

2% tons at 26.00; choppings, 

26 97 918 bags at 6c; rolled oats, 

13 13 10% tons at 28.00 1,179 03 

Dom. Express Co., charges 7 95 

171 00 Duncan, W., repairs to imple- 
ments 83 

Edwards, L. E., repairing mail 

82 32 bags 170 

3 93 Elliott Bros., manure, 48 loads 

i21 86 at 50c 24 00 

Eureka Planter Co., Ltd., cast- 

5 00 ings 2 10 

Express Printing Co., Ltd., 

15 00 printing 8 00 

Farrell, W., musical services . . 2 00 

498 09 Forman, T. A., underwear, 4 doz. 

at 5.75, 1 doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. 

46 25 at 2.25; hose, 3 doz. at 3.00; 

butter cloth, 120% yds. at 

4%c, 122 yds. at 5c; thread, 

19 doz. at 40c; flannelette, 75 

yds. at 12%c; print, 75% yds. 

263 90 at 12V 2 c; cotton, 60 yds. at 

12c, 60 yds. at 12%c, 64 yds. 

5 15 at 9%c; towels, 2 doz. at 2.25, 

1 doz. at 1.80, 2 11-12 doz. at 

10 00 4.50; sheeting, 36% yds. at 

5 30 15c, 3iy 2 yds. at 25c, 42 yds. 

at 35c; tape, 1 gro. at 1.10; 

gingham, 49% yds. at 15c; 

brushes, % doz. at 5.40; drill, 

16 15 30 yds. at -25c; towelling, 50 

yds. at 10c, 55 yds. at 15c; 
sundries, 19.98; yarn, 12 lbs. 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 



Expenses 

at 75c; rugs, 3 at 2.25, 1 at 
1.90; muslin, 28 yds. at 12y 2 c; 
combs, 2 doz. at 1.08; table 
oilcloth, 1 pc. at 2.75; corsets, 
6 prs. at 69c, 6 prs. at 75c; 
blind rollers, 12 at 10c; elas- 
tic, 1 doz. at 1.00; denim, l§y 2 
yds. at 25c; table linen, 44 
yds. at 45c; hessian, 12 yds. 

at 15c 258 06 

Fowell, John, digger, 1 at 9.00; 
litter carrier, 1 at 24.00; 
buggy, 1 at 75.00; repairs to 
implements, 26.60; wheelbar- 
row, 3.50 138 10 

Galloway, A. E., manure, 7 loads 

at 50c 3 50 

Goodeve, A., playing cards, 1 
doz. at 2.50; flags, 14 at 20c, 
20 at 8%c; baseball bats, 4 
at 1.00, 1 at 1.25; baseball 
gloves, 3 at 1.50; sundries, 
97c; subscription to sundry 
magazines, 9.20; baseballs, 5 
at 1.25; basket balls, 1 at 5.50, 

1 at 4.50 43 17 

Grafton & Co., Ltd., overalls, 36 
prs. at 75c, 1 pr. at 1.00, 1 
pr. at 1.25, 1 pr. at 65c, 3 
pr. at 9&c ; braces, 1 doz. at 
3.00; ties, 1 doz. at 3.00; hats, 
1 doz. at 1.80; smocks, 6 prs. 
at 75c, 3 prs. at 1.75; mitts, 
1 doz. at 4.20; uniforms, 5 at 
18.00; pants, 1 pr. at 5.50, 1 

pr. at 5.00 155 09 

G. T. Ry. System, freight 

charges 10 99 

Grant, Geo., cartage 50 

Gray. T. W., & Son, costume 
cloth, 119% yds. at 22c; sheet- 
ing, 28% yds. at 33c 35 70 

Green, Garfield, services filling 

silo, 41 hrs. at 1.70 69 70 

G.N.W. Telegraph Co., messages 76 
Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to ranges, etc 103 40 

Hankinson, L. D., seeds 3 00 

Hannan, Arthur B., blacksmith- 

ing 115 25 

Hare, W. E., trav. expenses 6 85 

Harrison, R. H., ice cream, 15 

qts. at 30c 4 50 

Heintzman & Co., moving piano. 1 50 

Hicks, Bert, manure, 10 loads 

at 50c 5 00 

Hodgins, C. C, trav. expenses. . 11 20 
Holmes, Jas., laundry aprons, 6 

at 85c 5 10 

Hosack, A., musical services . . 6 00 

Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 

electrical supplies 35 00 



— Continued. 

Hunt Bros, (contract), flour, 20 

bbls. at 3.95, less cartage 2.00 77 00 

Hydroelectric Power Commis- 
sion, laco lamps, 300 at 28.10, 
50 at 32.30; electrical supplies, 
2.64 103 09 

Ingham's Bakery, bread, 51,904 
lbs. at 2%c; buns, 39 doz. at 
9c 1,430 86 

Ingham, Jas., manure, 10 loads 
at 50c 5 00 

Jacob, E., manure, 2 loads at 50c 1 00 

Jenkins, W. H., repairing har- 
ness, etc 7 05 

Karn, A. G., apples, 5 bags at 

75c 3 75 

Karn, Ered. W., snow shovels, 
12 at 50c, 6 at 35c ; hand bell, 
1 at 1.00; files, 1 doz. at 1.00; 
axe handles, 6 at 35c; tea 
pots, 3 at 1.00, 2 at 1.25, 1 at 
60c; spoons, 1 doz. at 1.20; 
dish pans, 1 at 75c, 2 at 1.00; 
pails, 18 at 40c, 3 at 85c; 
wire, 60 lbs. at 3c; dies, 1 
at 1.75, 1 at 1.90; thermo- 
meter, 1 at 1.50; floor brooms, 
% doz. at 13.80; ensilage 
forks, 1 at 1.60; razor, 1 at 
1.75; paring knives, 1 doz. at 
1.25; dippers, % doz. at 3.50; 
solder, 4% lbs. at 35c; 
brushes, 1 at 90c, 1 at 1.00, 
6 at 50c, 2 at 75c; iron hard- 
ware, etc, 86.90; paints, oils, 
etc., 38.75; kettles, 2 at 1.00, 
1 at 75c, 1 at 1.50, 1 at 2.50, 
4 at 2.00; roast pans/1 at 1.75; 
pie plates, 1 doz. at 1.65; 
logging chain, 1 at 1.50; 
butcher's knife, 1 at 1.00; 
butcher's steel, 1 at 1.00; 
whiffletrees, 6 at 35c; 
wringer, 1 at 10.00; ice shaver, 
1 at 3.50; stable brooms, 4 at- 
85c; carvers, 1 pr. at 1.85; 
car bolts, 1 gro. at 2.00; dust 
pans, 1 doz. at 1.80; hose, 25 
ft. at 15c; boiler, 1 at 2.75; 
hooks and eyes, 1 gro. at 1.50; 
wire cloth, 19% yds. at 20c, 1 
roll at 6.25; saw, 1 at 2.00; 
rake, 1 at 1.00; spading fork, 
1 at 1.00; scythes, 1 at 1.25, 

1 at -2.00; shovels, 3 at 85c, 

2 at 1.10; tub, 1 at 1.00; nails, 
1 keg at 2.45; hinges, 8 prs. 
at 43c; butts, 2% doz. at 45c; 
manure forks, 2 at 85c: 
lantern, 1 at 1.15; repairs to 
mangle, 2.30; mitts, 2 doz. at 
3.00; poultry wire, 60 ft. at 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital foKEpileptics, Woodstock. — Continued. 

Expenses.— Continued. 



3%c; fence posts, 7 at 35c; 
lawn mower, 1 at 8. 00; lawn 
sprayers, 2 at 75c, 4 at 50c; 
hay forks, 6 at 65c; asphalt 
felt, 1 roll at 2.50; coffee pot, 
1 at 1.25; flatirons, 3 at 50c; 
chain bolts, 1% doz. at 2.50; 
netting, 29% yds. at 25c; 
binder twine, 150 lbs. at 
1414c ; food chopper, 1 at 
1.75; colanders, 2 at 4.00 348 82 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 1,170 
lbs. at 25c; canned vege- 
tables, 10 cases at 1.30, less 
cartage 2.00 303 50 

Kerr, Robert, metal polish, % 
gal. at 2.00 1 00 

King, Geo. OEL, €0., (Ltd., repairs 

to vacuum cleaner 1 50 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery 11 20 

Kirk, Geo., seeds, etc 19 50 

Knox, A., cartage 5 55 

Knott, J. H., tuning pianos . . 7 50 

Lambton Creamery Co., Ltd. 
(contract), butter, 8,068 lbs. 
at 28%c, 4,032 lbs. at 27c, 
less cartage 13.00 3,375* 02 

Lefler, E., & ,Son, repairs to 
implements 8 10 

Lewsow, C. H., manure, 2 loads 

at 50c 1 00 

Lindsay, A., freight charges 8 05 

Lindsay, W. J., imitation 
leather, 1 piece at 2.25; 
mirror, 1 at 1.00 3 25 

London Asylum, potatoes, 35 
bus. at 85c 29 75 

MacKay, W. L., rose bushes 1 40 

Macmillan Co., Ltd., books 2 00 

Maple Leaf Milling Co., Ltd., 
flour, 10 bags at 2.27%, 22.75, 
less cartage 50c 22 25 

Market Growers' Journal, sub- 
scription 1 25 

Martin, W. H., repairing locks, 
etc 1 10 

McCurdy, Jas. S., trav. expenses 10 55 

McKay, A., apples, 110 bags at 
75c 82 50 

McKay, Jas. B., blacksmithing. . 48 08 

McKenzie, J. D., spirits for 
medical use 9 00 

McKinney Lumber Co., lumber, 
etc 7 40 

[McLean, Hector, mattresses, 18 
at 13.50 243 00 

McLeod, Alex., freight and cart- 
age 3 03 

McPherson, Alex., repairing 
shoes 58 20 

Meadows, T., manure, 4 loads at 

50c 2 00 

Merchants Mfg. & Importing 



Co., bowls, 20 doz. at 90c; 
sundries, 50c 

Millman, Fred., syrup, 1,244 lbs. 
at 3%c, 2,544 lbs. at 3%c; 
starch, 338 lbs. at 6c, 100 lbs. 
at 5%c; honey, 250 lbs. at 
ll%c; cornstarch, 80 lbs. at 
5c; mustard, 30 lbs. at 38c, 
5 lbs. at 45c; oatmeal, 5 bbls. 
at 4.65, 1 at 4.14; jam, 3,956 
lbs. at 7c; sugar, 4,700 lbs. at 
4.50 cwt., 2,800 lbs. at 4.45 cwt., 
3,000 lbs. at 4.30 cwt, 3,000 
lbs. at 4.20 cwt., 1,500 lbs. at 
4.10 cwt, 1,500 lbs. at 4.00 
cwt; figs, 537 lbs. at 4%c, 30 
lbs. at 5c; cheese, 104 5-16 
lbs. at 15c, 99 1-16 lbs. at 16c; 
lard, 200 lbs. at 14%c, 200 lbs. 
at 13 %c, 200 lbs. at 13c; 
cranberries, 19 qts. at 12%c, 
20 qts. at 15c; sundries, 
111.76; washing soda, 423 lbs. 
at 85c cwt, 3,375 lbs. at 80c 
cwt., 2,250 lbs. at 75c cwt; 
butter, 60 lbs. at 28 %c; soap, 
4,228 lbs. at 5c, 180 lbs. at 
7 s /4c, 660 lbs. at 7%c, 8 boxes 
at 3.70; eggs, 140 doz. at 
35c, 6 doz. at 28c; salt, 13 
bbls. at 1.25, 1 bbl. at 1.20; 
biscuits, 34 lbs. at 17c, 780 
lbs. at 8%c; raisins, 1 box at 
4.75, 36 lbs. at lie, 108 lbs. 
at 10c; rice, 700 lbs. at 3%c, 
300 lbs. at 3y 2 c; beeswax, 12 
lbs. at 50c; prunes, 700 lbs. at 
12%c, 775 lbs. at ll%c., 500 
lbs. at lie; cornmeal, 100 lbs. 
at 2.10, 100 lbs. at 2*4c, 300 
lbs. at 2%c; currants, 241 
lbs. at 6%c, 154 lbs. at 6y 2 c; 
turkey, 258 3-16 lbs. at 22c; 
canned vegetables, 2 doz. at 
90c, 4 doz. at 95c, 1 doz. at 
1.80, 4 doz. at 1.00, 2 doz. at 
1.10; candy, 40 lbs. at 15c, 10 
lbs. at 20c; coffee, 543 lbs. at 
25c; sapolio, 6 boxes at 90c; 
barley, 500 lbs. at 3*4c; wash- 

• ing blue, 14 lbs. at 14c, 14 lbs. 
at 15c; canned salmon, 12 
doz. at 2.00; bon ami, 6 doz. 
at 1.15, 2 doz. scrub brushes 
at 1.75; tobacco, 25 lbs. at 43c, 
61 lbs. at 44c, 18 lbs. at 48c; 
pepper, 20 lbs. at 25c, 10 lbs. 
at 20c; rolled wheat, 21 bbls. 
at 2.90; blacking, 9 doz. at 
90c; split peas. 100 lbs. at 
4.00, 500 lbs. at 3%c; oranges, 
25 doz. at 30c; nuts, 20 lbs. 
at 17c, 15 Ids. at 12c, 15 lbs. 
at 14c; grapes, 10 lbs. at 



18 50 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 



18c; ammonia, 9 doz. at 80c, 
1*4 doz. at 75c; vinegar, 40 
gals, at 20c, 70 gals, at 22c; 
apples, 8 bags at 75c, 6 bags 
at 65c, 5 bags at 60c, 4 bags 
at 50c; 1 doz. gelatine, 1.40; 
haddie, 270 lbs. at 12c; 
chloride of lime, 2 1-12 doz. 
at 75c; matches, 1 case at 
4.50, 1 case at 2.90; tapioca, 
302 lbs. at 5c, 250 lbs. at 
4%c; lye, 3 doz. at 90c; 
brasso, 1 doz. at 2.25; pine- 
apples, 1 doz. at 2.00; cherries, 
8 bas. at 80c; berries, 24 
boxes at 14c; peaches, 6 bas. 
at 80c; cornflakes, 3 doz. at 
95c; toilet paper, 152 rolls at 
7c, 5 cases at 2.85; molasses, 
5 gals, at 30c; plums, 4 bas. 
at 60c, 10 bas. at 55c; fly 
paper, 1 case at 3.50, 1 case 
at 3.20; pears, 3 bus. at 1.00; 
jelly powder, 2 doz. at 90c . . 

Mills, S. J., trav. expenses 

Milson, Jno., manure, 13 loads at 

50c; dressing beef, 19.50.... 

Moore, E., beeswax, 20 lbs. at 

40c 

Moore, Mrs. Jno., dried apples, 

86 lbs. at 6y 2 c 

Murray, Jas. W., manure, 3 

loads at 50c 

Musson Book Co., stationery 

National Asso. for iStudy of 

Epilepsy, membership fee.... 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd. 

(contract), 22 bbls. rolled oats 

at 4.15, less cartage, 2.00 . . 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 

powder 

Paul, Mack, interments 

Pepper, J. P., drugs, chemicals, 
etc, 291.70; toilet paper, 63.70 
Postmaster, postage stamps, 
75.00; rent of P.O. box, 3.00 . . 
Poole & Co., 10 loads manure at 
50c; 7 doz. polish at 85c; 
1,350 lbs. washing soda at 
85c; 1 doz. mops at 1.50; 9 
doz. chloride lime at 75c; 2 
doz. scrub brushes at 1.75; 1 
case fly paper at 3.60; 8 boxes 
soap at 3.50, 4 boxes soap at 
3.65; 3 doz. bon ami at 1.25; 
10 lbs. wax at 45c; 210 lbs. 
starch at 5%c,; 6 doz. am- 
monia at 75c; 1 doz. wash- 
boards at 2.25; 675 lbs. sal. 
soda at 85c; sundries, 4.35.. 

Robertson, Wm., cartage 

Rea, E. A., drugs, chemicals, etc. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Rudd, S. C, 3 loads manure at 

50c 1 50 

Rudd, Dr., veterinary services, 

etc 48 00 

Round's Studio, photographs . . 47 60 

Riddle, Jas., cartage 50 

Sherk, Ed., 5 loads manure at 

50c 2 50 

Stillman, T. J., drugs, chemicals, 

etc 236 41 

Swanze, Jacob, 10 bags apples at 

75c 7 50 

Sawdon, W. A., repairs to imple- 
ments 3 50 

Shelton, P., services filling silo, 

15 hrs. at 1.75 26 25 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

re fuel and supplies 60 87 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., repairs to 

stove 8 60 

Sharon, Robt., 4 loads manure 

at 50c 2 00 

Sentinel Review Co., Ltd., sub- 
2,920 10 scription, 2.50; advertising, 

!3 10 2.29 4 79 

Smith, W. J., 10 loads manure at 
26 00 50c 5 oo 

Steele J Briggs (Seed Co., Ltd., 

8 00 S eeds 179 00 

_ _ n Simmers, J. A., Ltd., seeds, 

5 59 plants, etc .'....'. 99 99 

Spracklin, J. A., harness repairs, 
1 50 etc., 59.80; 4 blankets at 2.00; 

17 90 1 set team harness at 42.00.. 109 80 

Sec-Treas. Township of East 

5 00 Zorra, taxes 12 50 

Sutherland, J. & J., stationery, 

etc 48 07 

89 30 Shaver, A. W., freight and cart- 
age 2 63 

75 23 Singer Sewing Machine Co., re- 

22 00 pairs to machines 25 

Thornton, Harry B., 200 lbs. 

355 40 binder twine at 14c 28 00 

White, John, Co., Ltd., linen, 41 
78 00 yds. at 30c, 3% yds. at 55c; 

lace, 8 yds. at 23c; cotton, 
50 yds. at 22c, 120 yds. at 5c, 
20 yds. at 7c, 62 yds. at 
12y 2 c; tubing, 22% ft. at 10c; 
12 doz. thread at 48c; 4 yds. 
table linen at 1.00; 15 yds. 
pillow cotton at 30c; sundries, 
6.95; scrim, 89 yds. at 25c, 
l$y 2 yds. at 35c, 8 yds. at 
17c; 9 blinds at £0c; 33 yds. 
bunting at 8c; flags, 1 at 3.00, 
1 at 4.25; mats, 1 at 3.50, 1 at 

3.00, 1 at 1.25, 1 at 95c Ill 15 

118 42 Whitington, Thomas, services 
4 00 threshing clover, 5 hrs. at 
193 34 1.50 7 50 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 

Hospital for Epileptics, Woodstock.— Continued. 
Expenses. — Continued. 



Williams (Dr.), J. J., trav. ex- 
penses 

Walker Sons, seeds 

Waterson, E. L., 1,314% lbs. 
bacon at 22c; 146% lbs. ham 
at 22c 

Wayne Oil Tank & Pump Co., 
Ltd., 1 steel storage tank .... 



19 40 
10 50 



321 46 
2 50 



Whitelaw, R., 1 manhole cover. 3 16 

Woodstock Electric Light Sys- 
tem, electric current 762 31 

Woodstock Wagon & Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., repairs to vehicles 6 00 

Woodstock Waterworks, water 
rates 1,750 00 



Central Prison. 

Salaries ($39,033.57) 

J. T. Gilmour, M.D. : Twelve months' salary as Warden 2,750 00 

D.Gardiner: do Deputy Warden 1,200 00 

J. B. Reid: Seven do Sergeant Guard 850 00 

A. Jaffray: Twelve do Bursar 1,350 00 

Wm. Arthurs: do Storekeeper 1,000 00 

J. W. Hodgson : Eleven do Clerk 718 60 

Jas. Algie, M.iD. : Twelve do Physician 900 00 

R. Stockhill: Eight do Plumber 630 00 

A.W.Saunders: One do Clerk 3100 

Wm. Robertson: Twelve do Cook and Baker 800 00 

Wm. Hill: do Janitor 540 00 

Guards: 27,776 52 

Temporary Assistance: 487 55 



American Assn. Clinical Crimin- 
ology, membership dues .... 

American Prison Assn., annual 
dues 

Anderson-Macbeth, Ltd., caps, 
30 doz. at 4.50, 6 doz. at 6.00, 
4 doz. at 13.50, 28 doz. at 5.50; 
fur caps, 20 at 6.00; hats, 23 
at 3.00; straw hats, 40 doz. at 
1.50 

Appleton, Mrs. W., chicken, 
16^ lbs. at 24c, 1 at 90c 

Arkley, F. M. f analysis of coal. 

Armstrong & Paffard, Ltd., eva- 
porated apples, 75 lbs. at lie, 
50 lbs. at 7c; soap, 1 box at 
4.25; prunes, 175 lbs. at 8%c; 
vinegar, 10 gals, at 25c; 
syrup, 746 lbs. at 4c; raisins, 
50 lbs. at ll%c; jam, 30 lbs. 
at 7%c; tea, 113 lbs. at 27c, 
105 lbs. at 30c; sugar, 300 lbs. 
at 5.91, 100 lbs. at 6.31; cur- 
rants, 120 lbs. at 9%c; sun- 
dries, 8.00 

Arnott, J., hay at 17.00 per ton. 

Art & Rollie, underwear, 1-6 doz. 
at 6.50, 

Ashdown, John, baskets, 2 at 
6.75, 4 at 1.70, 2 at 11.00 .... 

Baker, M. C, hay at 19.50 

Bales, X C, hay at 19.00 

Bales, O. D., hay at 19.50 

Bates & Dodds, interments . . . 



Expenses ($72,880.15) 

Beaver Brass Mfg. Co., keys, 6 
1 00 at 30c, y 2 doz. at 1.30, 2 at 

25c 2 95 

5 00 Bell Telephone Co., rent of in- 

struments, 123.00; messages, 

57.68 180 68 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., ice 514 16 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., brushes, 

V 2 doz. at 21.90, % doz. at 

628 00 20.10; hair brooms, 1-6 doz. at 

28.80; scrub brushes, 6 doz. 

ft at 2.40 35 18 

J Yf Brimstin, Geo., Co., keys, 1 doz. 4 80 

y w Britnell, Albert, books 6 00 

Brook, W. R., Co., Ltd., sheep- 
skin coats, 12 at 4.50, 36 at 
6.00, 1 at 6.25; cocoa mats, V 2 
doz. at 28.90; mitts, 44 7-12 
doz. at 4.00, 60 doz. at 2.25; 
quilts, 24 at 90c; oil baize, 
10^ yds. at 20c; handker- 
chiefs, 6 doz. at 65c; under- 
wear, 18 doz. at 2.25, 2 doz. at 
3.25, 10 doz. at 4.50, 7 doz. at 
5.50, 39 doz. at 7.00, 12 doz. 
180 60 at 7.50; linen, 48 yds. at 30c; 

22 00 cotton, 120 yds. at 8c, 89% 

yds. at 7c; butter cloth, 110 
1 08 yds. at 4c; less discount, 

50.92 • 1,108 88 

42 50 iBrown, S., repairs to vehicles.. 16 60 

32 66 Bryan, John, allowance for rent 275 00 

24 23 Bursar, to pay sundries, 4.55; 

28 50 expenses returning prisoner 

10 00 15.00 19 55 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Central Prison.— Continued. 



Bush, G., services capturing 
escaped prisoners 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps, 8 at 
20c 

Campbell Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
bran, 1 ton at 23.00, 1% tons 
at 26.00, 1 ton at 25.00; oats, 
50 bags at 98c, 50 bags at 
1.26, 50 bags at 1.16; crushed 
oats, 25 bags at 1.12, 25 bags 
at 1.16, 20 bags at 1.64; corn- 
meal, 6 bags at 1.24, 6 bags at 
1.18 

Can. Consolidated Rubber Co., 
Ltd., apron, 1 at 1.64; rubber 
boots, 2 doz. at 5.00, 1 doz. at 
4.90, 2 at 3.35; sundries, 78c. 

Can. Express Co., charges 

Can. Feather & Mattress Co., 
Ltd., mattresses, 6 at 2.50 ... 

Can. General Electric Co., sup- 
plies 

Can. Journal of Medicine, sub- 
scription 

Can. Medical Assn., annual dues 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., paints, 
etc 

Cantwell,- W. J., & Son, cartage 

Caulfeild, Burns & Gibson, Ltd., 
coats, 2% doz. at 12.00; pants, 
2 doz. at 11.00, y 3 doz. at 9.50; 
sundries, 3.64; underwear, 73 
doz. at 6.75, 10 doz. at 5.65.. 

Central Prison Industries, re- 
pairs to clothing, 573.40; re- 
pairs to utensils, 26.90; re- 
pairs to boots, 789.40; laun- 
dry, 2,2S5.39; pants, 1,555 prs. 
at 1.15, 60 prs. at 1.10, 120 
prs. at 1.60, 75 prs. at 5.50; 
caps, 389 at 20c, 72 at 25c, 

5 at 30c, 60 at 55c, 57 at 60c; 
pillow slips, 8% doz. at 1.80, 
74% doz. at 2.40, 8% doz. at 
1.80, 13 doz. at 3.00; soft soap, 
59,100 lbs. at lc; sundries, 
33.54; repairs to buildings, 
210.18; repairs to vehicles, 
42.26; boots, 90 prs. at 1.40, 
63 prs. at 2.35, 43 prs. at 2.25, 
58 prs. at 1.50, 119 prs. at 1.65, 
247 prs. at 1.75. 2 prs. at 2.24, 

6 prs. at 2.50, 30 prs. at 1.85, 
25 prs. at 2.00, 1 pr. at 2.75; 
jackets, 582 at 1.00; towels, 
184% doz. at 1.80, 6 11-12 doz. 
at 2.16, 5 doz. at 4.20. 2 doz. 
at 2.50; blankets, 2,056 lbs. 
at 40c, 15 lbs. at 55c, 11% lbs. 
at 50c; brooms, 49 doz. 
at 3.00; soap. 3 boxes at 4.00, 
2 boxes at 4.15; caustic soda, 
£0 lbs. at 3c, 455 lbs. at 3%c; 



Expenses. — Continued. 

soup dishes, 43 at 12c, 244 at 

10 00 10c, 50 at 14c; aprons, 18 at 

50c, 16 at 30c; shirts, 349 at 

1 60 1.15; syrup cans, 2 at 1.50; 

coats, 136 at 2.56, 24 at 2.58, 

112 at 2.60; sheets, 12 prs. at 

1.20; tea cans, 9 at 41c, 6 at 

45c, 3 at 1.15, 1 at 1.20; 

braces, 10 doz. at 2.30, 41% 

doz. at 2.40; whisks, 2 doz. at 

1.25, 2 doz. at 1.65, 1 doz. at " 

1.50; pillow cases, 1 doz. at 

361 32 1.80, 12% doz. at 2.40; chairs, 

4 at 2.50; leather bag, 1 at 

5.00; rugs, 12 at 1.25; wyan- 

dotte soda, 840 lbs. at 2c; 

24 02 milk pans, 6 at 35c; traces, 

15 94 1 pr. at 4.25; garbage can, 1 at 

2.25; yarn, 6 lbs. at 45c, 7 

15 00 lbs. at 40c; socks, 139 doz. at 

2.10; harness repairs, 12.20; 

1 10 bread pans, 12 at 37c, 12 at 

50c, 18 at 40c; drawers, 276 

2 00 prs. at 80c, 12 prs. at 85c, 
5 00 121 prs. at 1.00; pails, 28 at 

40c; boxes, 24 at 35c; under- 
5 20 shirts, 2 1-6 doz. at 7.25; 

2 05 potato can, 1 at 1.15; shoe 

laces, % gro. at 4.25, 1 gro. at 
3.50, 1 gro. at 4.00; waste 
paper box, 1 at 2.00; wrapping 
paper, 72 lbs. at 5c, 94 lbs. 
612 06 at 5%c; wheelbarrow, 1 at 

4.25; dish pans, 8 at 1.15; lin- 
ing, 12 yds. at 16c; metal 
polish, 6 lbs. at 40c; potato 
strainers, 2 at 1.80; horse col- 
lar, 1 at 9.75; lines,! set at 
3.00; wrist bands, 1 doz. at 
1.20; towels, 8V 3 doz. at 2.16; 
dippers, 12 at 12c; laundry 
baskets. 2 at 12.50; meat cloth, 
1 at 2 80; dripping pan, 1 at 
1.50; brick hand leathers, 7 
doz. at 2.40, 3 doz. at 2.75.; 

uniforms, 3 at 20.00 12,872 23 

Central Press Agency, subscrip- 
tion 7 00 

Central Prison Farm, butter, 800 

lbs. at 21%c, 450 lbs. at 25c. 284 50 
Clancy. M., trav. expenses .... 6 20 

Clark, R. P., hay at 18.00 per ton 27 00 
Climax Chemical Co., bug 
poison, 45 gals, at 2.00, less 

discount, 1.80". 88 20 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 527 24 

C.P. Ry. Co., freight charges... 8 28 

C.P. Ry. Co.'s Tel., messages.. 22 46 
Crampsey & Kelly, hay at 20.00 

per ton 22 30 

Cull, R. S., & Co., gloves, 42 
prs. at 1.00; fur caps, 12 at 
6.00 114 00 



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Central Prison.— Continued. 



Davidson Wm., trav. expenses. 
Davidson & Hay, Ltd., raisins, 
56 lbs. at 7c, 88 lbs. at 12^c, 
56 lbs. at 8%c, 252 lbs. at 
6%c; sal. soda, 375 lbs. at 
85c. cwt; coffee, 800 lbs. at 
30c; tobacco, 25 lbs. at 84c, 
748 lbs. at 75c, 600 lbs. at 
52c, 20 lbs. at 90c; prunes, 
350 lbs. at 10c, 50 lbs. at 
12%c, 350 lbs. at 12c; corn- 
starch, 40 lbs. at 7 1 /£c; cream 
tartar, 10 lbs. at 30y 2 c; fly 
paper, 18 pkgs. at 35c; cur- 
rants, 655 lbs. at 6%c; scrub 
brushes, 2 doz. at 1.85, 7 doz. 
at 1.65, 5 doz. at 2.25; soap, 4 
cases at 2.65, 3 cases at 3.90, 
2 cases at 2.70; mustard, 24 
lbs. at 41c, 50 lbs. at 12c; 
baking powder, 6 doz. at 1.20; 
tea. 105 lbs. at 28c, 112 lbs. at 
25c; syrup, 3,822 lbs. at 3%c; 
sundries, 155.83; canned vege- 
tables, 32 doz. at 1.00, 18 doz. 
at 97%c, 22 doz. at 82M>c, 38 
doz. at 92%c, 20 doz. at 85c; 
■H.P. sauce, 12 doz. at 1.90; 
jam, 300 lbs. at 7%c, 28 lbs. 
at 7%c, 19 lbs. at 37%c; 
sugar, 1,900 lbs. at 4.10, 200 
lbs. at 4.50, 2.100 lbs. at 3.91, 
600 lbs. at 4,31, 1,800 lbs. at 
3.81, 600 lbs. at 4.21, 600 lbs. at 
4.41, 1,500 lbs. at 4.01, 3,700 
lbs. at 4.11, 600 lbs. at 4.51; 
evaporated apples, 250 lbs. at 
9y 2 c, 200 lbs. at 10%c, 200 
lbs. at 10%c; rice, 2,500 lbs. 
at 3.28, 1,700 lbs. at 2.98; 
pepper, 65 lbs. at 18c, 90 lbs. 
at 20c; biscuits, 96 lbs. at 
23 1 / 2 c; twine, 50 lbs. at 30c; 
evaporated peaches, 75 lbs. at 
8%c; tapioca, 300 lbs. at 5c, 
100 lbs. at 5%c; rolled oats, 
6 bags at 2.25; barley, 392 lbs. 
at 3%c, 294 lbs. at 3*4 c 

Delhi Mfg. Co., nuts, 33 doz. at 
2.50 

Delmar, L., trav. expenses 

Detective Pub. Co., subscription 

Dom. Express Co., charges .... 

Dom. Tobacco Co., tobacco, 240 
lbs. at 45c, 432 lbs. at 51c, 
less discount 36.11 

Doyle M., Pish Co., Ltd., fish, 
2,000 lbs. at 9c, 70 lbs. at 10c 

Duff, Dr. T. A. J., medical ser- 
vices 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., repairs to vehicles. . 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., sponges. 3 



Expenses.— Continued. 

1 45 at 35c; combs, 1 doz. at 180* 

chamois, 1 at 1.10 ... q Q r 

Elvin, T. G., trav. expenses' .' .' .' .' i 80 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 1 177% 

bus. at 74c 871 35 

Fleischmann Co., yeast, 204 lbs* 

at 30c ' 61 20 

Forbes, James, services captur- 
ing escaped prisoner io 00 

Gerside & White, boots, 300 prs 
at 2.45, 118 prs. at 1.85, 24 prs 

at 1.50; cases, 6.90 996 20 

Gilmour. Dr. J. T., trav. expenses 222 77 
Globe Printing Co., subscription 5 00 

G.N.W. Tel. Co., messages 8 99 

Grace Hospital, care of patient 25 00 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., stationery.. 36 00 
Graser, Harvey, services captur- 
ing escaped prisoner 20 00 

G. T. Ry. System, freight 

charges, 12.87; fares, 5.75 ... 18 62 
Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., re- 
pairs to oven, 18.00; iron cast- 
ings, 25c 18 25 

Gutta Percha & Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., hose, 4.96; sundries, 

15c g 21 

Halliday, James, cows, 1 at 
74.00, 1 at 63.75, 2 at 60.92; 
purchase of meat, 21,706.12. . .21,965 71 
Harper, W., brokerage, 1.00; 

storage, 1.70 2 70 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd.,' pork, 
135 lbs. at ny 2 c; lamb, 1 

carcass at 11.00 29 23 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 

supplies 271 08 

Humphrey, F. W., sugar, 1,200 
lbs. at 3.81, 500 lbs. at 4.21, 
200 lbs. at 6.41; H.P. sauce, 3 
doz. at 1.90; evap. apples, 
150 lbs. at 10c ; prunes, 25 
lbs. at 13c; evap. peaches, 
50 lbs. at 9c; currants, 142 
lbs. at 6%c; tapioca, 50 lbs. 
at 5c; sundries, 1.25; shoe 
2,796 02 polish, 3 doz. at 90c; canned 

vegetables, 6 doz. at 95c, 4 
82 50 doz. at 85c; rice, 300 lbs. at 

1 50 3.40; canned fruit, 3 doz. at 

1 05 3.00; biscuits, 24 tins at 

1 15 23 1 / 2 c; tobacco, 120 lbs. at 52c 220 42 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., flour (con- 
tract), 195 bbls. at 4.20, 1,220 

292 21 bbls. at 3.85 5,516 00 

Hobbs Hardware Co., Ltd., 

187 00 twine, 50 lbs. at 10c 5 00 

Independent Cordage Co., Ltd., 
37 00 manilla rope, 15 lbs. at 16c; 

sundries, 10c 2 50 

15 99 Ingram & Bell, medical supplies. 164 80 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison.— Continued. 



Jacobi, P., taps, 15 doz. at 5.35; 
top pieces, 15 doz. at 1.25; 
rivets, 20 lbs. at 10c 

Jaffray, Alex., allowance for rent 

Jones Bros. & Co., barbers' sup- 
plies and repairs 

Journal of Criminal Law, etc., 
subscription 

Journal of Sociology, subscrip- 
tion 

Junor, Wm., toilet set 

Kenny, T., & Co., tea, 1,080 lbs. 
at 25c, 270 lbs. at 29c; can- 
ned vegetables, 25 cases, 1.50. 

Kee Lox Mfg. Co., Ltd., type- 
writer supplies 

Kilgour Bros., sacks, 1,000 at 
27.00, 1,000 at 25.00 

King Edward (Sanitarium for 
Consumptives, care of prison- 
ers 

King's Printer, distribution sta- 
tionery, etc 

Kindy, ,D., & Sons, mitts, 30 
doz. at 3.00 

Kinnear, T., & Co., dutch 
cleanser, 2 doz. at 90c; scrub 
brushes, 2 doz. at 1.45; rice, 
300 lbs. at 3%c, 1,000 lbs. at 
3.38, 300 lbs. at 4.18; jello, 4 
doz. at 90c; tobacco, 240 lbs. 
at 52c; barley, 2 bags at 3.50, 

2 bags at 4.00; cornstarch, 40 
lbs. at 7%c, 40 lbs. at 6%c; 
canned fruit, 6 doz. at 3.00; 
flavoring extract, 4 lbs. at 
1.00; coffee, 100 lbs. at 30c; 
mustard, 1 case at 5.40; bis- 
cuits, 24 lbs. at 23 %c; prunes. 
4 boxes at 3.25; shoe polish, 

3 doz. at 90c; canned vege- 
tables, 4 doz. at 92 %c, 4 doz. 
at 82%c, 4 doz. at 1.00, 8 doz. 
at 85c, 8 doz. at 95c, 2 doz. 
at 2.05; syrup, 1,469 lbs. at 
3%c, 686 lbs. at 4c; pepper, 
70 lbs. at 20c; sugar, 1,600 
lbs. at 4.10, 300 lbs. at 4.50, 
800 lbs. at 3.81, 300 lbs. at 4.21, 
1,400 lbs. at 5.91, 300 lbs. at 
6.31; evaporated apples, 500 
lbs. at lie; currants, 146 lbs. 
at 7y 2 c, 221 lbs. at 10c; bak- 
ing powder, 4 doz. at 1.20; 
jam, 8 doz. at 62c; evaporated 
apples, 4 boxes at 2.25; 
tapioca, 50 lbs. at 7c 

Kloepfer, C, Ltd., blacksmiths' 
supplies 

Laing, Geo., services capturing 
escaped prisoner 

Lake, Wm. H., plates, 11 doz. at 
90c, 6 doz. at 80c, 5 doz. at 
60c; cups and saucers, 18 



Expenses. — Continued. 

doz. at 75c; pitchers, 1 doz. 

at 5.00; shaving brushes, 6 at 
101 00 35c; spoons, 32 doz. at 40c; 

300 00 razors, 4 at 1.50; saucers, 6 

doz. at 30c; lantern globes, 
8 75 4%doz. at 1.00; oval bakers, 

6 doz. at 80c; roast pans, 2 

3 55 at 1.50; pots, 1 at 1.30, 1 at 

4.00, 1 at 5.00; brush, 1 at 

2 30 1.30; lanterns, 6 at 1.15; 

4 00 potato scrapers, 1 doz. at 

1.20; sundries, 17.35; butter 

pads, 8 doz. at 22c, 6 doz. at 

380 80 23c; combs, 1 doz. at 1.75; 

frying pans, 1 at 75c; vege- 

3 00 table dishes, 6 at 57c, 12 at 

50c; tumblers, 3 doz. at 60c, 

52 00 14 doz. at 85c; dust pans, 1 

doz. at 1.75; kneading pans, 

1 at 1.25; pails, 3 doz. at 5.50; 

120 40 razor strops, 2 at 75c; putz 

cream, 1 doz. at 2.50; butcher 

280 15 knives, 2 at 1.25; pie plates, 

1 doz. at 1.50 167 36 

90 00 Lewis, Rice, & Son, iron, hard- 
ware, etc 9 64 

Library Bureau of Canada, office 

supplies 14 75 

Lion Mfg. & Sporting Goods Co., 

repairs and carbine 2 50 

Luke, F. )E., spectacles, 1 pr 2 50 

Lumbers, James, Co., Ltd., 

syrup, 697 lbs. at 314c 22 65 

(Lyman (Bros. & Co., Ltd., sheep 
wool, 2 lbs. at 4.50; fly paper, 
1 case at 3.70; chamois, 1 doz. 
at 5.75; drugs, chemicals, etc., 
7.06 25 51 

Lyons, Geo. A., chop feed, 2,000 
lbs. at 1.70 cwt, 2,000 lbs. at 
1.32% cwt; oats, 75 bus. at 
50c, 200 bus. at 45c, 100 bus. 
at 43c; straw, 1 ton 100 lbs. 
at 10.50, 1,020 lbs. at 12J00, 
1 ton 5 lbs. at 10.00; 1 
ton 65 lbs. at 11.00; hay, 1 
ton 600 lbs. at 20.00, 1 ton 90 
lbs. at 18.00, 2 tons 380 lbs. 
at 16.00; bran, 2,000 lbs. at 
1.40 376 90 

Mackay, Dr. Alex., medical ser- 
vices 10 00 

IMaddocks Bros., harness soap, 

10 tins at 25c; brushes, 5 at 

50c, 3 at 1.25; sundries, 3.00; 

749 50 compo polish, 2 doz. at 3.00; 

harness repairs, 6.15 23 90 

6 83 Mail and Empire, subscription. 3 00 

Martin, N. L., repairing gun . . 1 00 

16 65 Mason, W. W., allowance for 

rent 300 00 

Mason & Risch, Ltd., repairs to 
piano 3 00 



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Central Prison.— Continued. 



MoGibbon Drug iStore, drugs, 
chemicals, etc 

(MoGrath, F., special services . . 

Medland, T. J., Ltd., rolled 
wheat, 20 bbls. at 2.60; 60 bbls. 
at 2.75; split peas, 24% bbls. 
at 7.00 

Melhuish, A. E., veterinary ser- 
vices 

Mercer Reformatory, laundrying 

Might Directories, Ltd., direc- 
tory 

Miller Mfg. Co., Ltd., khaki 
suits, 66 at 5.50; pants, 5-12 
doz. at 27.00 

Miles, J. B., special services, 
100.00; trav. expenses, 5.10 .. 

Muldoon, J., lime, 13 bags at 
25c, 5 bags at 35c, 25 bags 
at 30c ; cement, 5 bags at 60c ; 
fire clay, 8 bags at 60c; cart- 
age, 40c 

Morton, D., & Son, Ltd., soap, 
85 boxes at 2.40 

Murray, 'E. A., (Co., bug poison, 
1 bbl. at 70.00, less freight 1.71 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery , 

National Conference of Charities 
and Correction, annual dues. 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
(Ltd., disinfectant, 87% gals, 
at 55c; sundries, 90c 

Nordheimer Piano & Music Co., 
Ltd., tuning piano 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Oo., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 10 bags at 2.40, 
98 bags at 2.07% 

Peaker, Dr. A. K., dental ser- 
vices 

Perkins, Ince & Co., sugar, 1,200 
lbs. at 3.90, 500 lbs. at 4.30, 
1,200 lbs. at 3.91, 359 lbs. at 
3.75, 1,400 lbs. at 5.41; syrup, 
1,820 lbs. at 3%c; cornstarch, 
80 lbs. at 6c ; scrub brushes, 2 
doz. at 1.50; currants, 222 lbs. 
at 7%c, 86 lbs. at 9%c; jam, 
30 lbs. at 7%c, 60 lbs. at 12c; 
dutch cleanser, 2 doz. at 90c; 
evaporated apples, 150 lbs. at 
9%c, 250 lbs. at 10V 2 c; can- 
ned vegetables, 1 case at 8.00, 
6 doz. at 92%c ; raisins, 56 
lbs. at 7c; prunes, 200 lbs. at 
10c, 150 lbs. at 8c; sundries. 
8.80; biscuits, 24 **ns at 
23%c; tobacco, 120 lbs. at 
51c, 120 lbs. at 52c; coffee, 
120 lbs. at 30c; shaving soap, 
12 lbs. at 30c, 24 lbs. at 37c; 
rice, 800 lbs. at 8c, 600 lbs. at 
3.98; metal polish, 2 doz. at 
16 P.A. 



Expenses .—Continued. 

90c; baking powder, 3 doz. at 

23 00 1.20; evaporated peaches, 50 

5 00 lbs. at 9c, 100 lbs. at 7%c; 

mustard, 12 lbs. at 20c; 

pepper, 25 lbs. at 18c . . . : 673 68 

Perrin, F. J., coffee, 550 lbs. at 
388 50 30c; beans, 15 bus. 51 lbs. at 

3.25; cornmeal, 1 bbl. at 5.50. 222 01 

13 00 Postmaster, stamps ^73 00 

11 33 Powley, Geo., & Co., tissue paper, 

20 reams at 75c 15 00 

10 00 Radcliffe, W., fruit and groceries 4 45 

Ramsey, J. G., & Co., Ltd., photo 

supplies 66 

374 25 Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., wrap- 

ping paDer ' etc 20 79 

105 10 Reaman, D. J., hay, 1 ton 1,200 

lbs. at 22.50 36 00 

Reid, J. B., trav. expenses 6 50 

Remington Typewriter Co., Ltd., 

inspections 16 00 

20 70 Robertson, J. Ross, advertising. 1 68 

on„ nn Rudd ' Ge0 - A > & Co > L td., 

204 00 blankets, 1 at 1.85, 4 at 2.00; 

*o on collar Qou sings, 1 pr. at 2.50; 

t>» 29 bells, 2 strings at 1.40; knee 

rugs, 1 at 6.50; collar, 1 at 

46 12 3.00; sundries, 20c 24 85 

Ryan, Jno., allowance for rent. 25 00 
2 55 Sanderson, Pearcy & Co., paint 75 

iSheet 'Metal Products Co., Ltd., 

a a no wash bowls » 10 doz. at 1.98; 

4y v* pails, 11 5-6 doz. at 2.50; soup 

bowls, 36 doz. at 90c; mugs, 

1 ou 52 doz. at 1.30; less discount, 

2-95 146 43 

««„ «,- Shirley & Derrett, Ltd., twine, 

227 35 24 lbs. at 24c 5 76 

Shuttleworth Chemical Co., Ltd., 

1 50 drugs, chemicals, etc 437 78 

Simpson, R„ Co., Ltd., gloves, 46 
prs. at 1.00, 1 pr. at 98c; lino- 
leum, 27^4 yds. at 33c; sun- 
dries, 3.75; boots, 32 prs. at 

400 187 73 

iSimser, Percy, livery hire 10 50 

Smith, A., services capturing 

escaped prisoners 10 00 

Standard Fuel Co., coal, 49 tons 
400 lbs. at 6.00, 1,103 tons at 
3.88, 179 tons 1,397 lbs. at 3.85, 

6 tons 800 lbs. at 3.75 5,293 38 

Stanners, A. C, spectacles, 
11 5-12 doz. at 3.00, % doz. at 
1.50; repairs to clocks, etc., 

8.75 44 00 

Steele-Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

seeds 5 63 

Stevens, J., & Son, Co., Ltd.. 

medical supplies 41 88 

Stewart, Mrs. W. A., apples, 3 
bbls. at 2.00 6 00 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison. — Continued. 



■Survey Associates, Inc., sub- 
scription to Survey 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 
re fuel and supplies 

Sundry persons, services and 
good conduct 

Toronto, City of, water rates.. 

Toronto, City of (Works Dept.), 
construction of crossing 

Toronto Electric Light Co., Ltd., 
electric current 

Toronto Free Hospital for Con- 
sumptives, care of patients. . 

Toronto Plaster Co., Ltd., wall 
plaster, 2 bags at 50c 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets. . 

Toronto World, subscription . . 

Tower Canadian Oiled Clothing 
Co., Ltd., drill aprons, % doz. 
at 9.52 

Trees, Samuel, & Co., fly net, 1 
pr. at 2.50; bran, 20c 

Tugwell, H. C, & Co., Ltd., photo 
supplies 

Verral, G. W., livery hire 

Watson, A., hay, at^ 19.00 per ton 

Weatherhead Paper Co., paper, 
50 reams at 65c 

Western Canada Flour Mills Co., 
Ltd., bran, 1 ton 

Willard & Co., Ltd., contract, 
butter, 1,108 lbs. at 28c, 176 
lbs. at 25V 2 c; pork, 109 lbs. at 
13c, 80 bbls. at 29.00; cheese, 
141% lbs. at 15c, 88y 2 lbs. at 
15%c, 42% lbs. at 15%c, 84 
lbs. at 16c, 40% lbs. at 16%c, 
43 lbs. at 14 %c; apples, 5 
bbls. at 3.25, 3 bbls. at 3.90, 3 
bbls. at 3.65; 4 bbls. at 2.50; 
carrots, 6 bags at 95c, 6 bags 
at 1.00, 9 bags at 1.25, 12 bags 
at 1.65, 10 bags at 1.75; bacon, 
975% lbs. at 22c, 3,618 lbs. at 
17c, 101 lbs. at 21c, 204 lbs. 
at 23c, 55 lbs. at 20c, 50 lbs. 



Expenses.— Continued. 

at 24c; onions, 2 boxes at 

7 50 3.25, 4 boxes at 4.25, 1 box at 

4.00, 7 boxes at 4.75, 4 boxes 

66 29 at 5.00, 1 box at 5.35, 9 boxes 

at 5.50, 1 box at 5.25, 4 boxes 

2,181 88 at 6.25, 2 cases at 4.50, 2 cases 

439 68 at 3.75, 2 cases at 3.50, 1 case 

at 3.40; beans, 36 bus. at 2.10, 

11 20 16 bus. at 2.20, 30 bus. at 3.50; 

turnips, 8 bags at 50c, 6 bags 

103 92 at 90c, 6 bags at /85c; ham, 

34% lbs. at 30c, 248y 2 lbs. at 

33 60 20c, 22 lbs. at 18%c, 73% lbs. 

at 18c; eggs, 150 doz. at 35c, 

1 00 60 doz. at 36c, 120 doz. at 
195 00 37c, 120 doz. at 40c, 30 doz. 

3 00 at 34c, 120 doz. at 23c, 60 doz. 

at 24c, 90 doz. at 25c, 
30 doz. at 26c, 60 doz. 

4 76 at 27c:, 30 doz. at 28c, 30 doz. 

at 29c; lard, 110 lbs. at 14%c, 

2 70 60 lbs. at 11 %c, 200 lbs. at 

14%c, 50 lbs. at 14c, 100 lbs. 
200 17 at 13%c, 50 lbs. at 13%c, 

5 00 50 lbs. at 13c; duck, 14% lbs. . 
28 30 at 18c, 13 lbs. at 21c; com- 
pound, 60 lbs. at 10%c, 60 

32 50 lbs. at ll%c; salt, 40 bags 

at 1.10, 26 bags at 40c, 1 bbl. 
23 00 at 1.25; mince meat, 196 lbs. 

at 8c; turkey, 101 lbs. at 24c; 
bags, etc., 1.85; jam, 60 lbs. at 
9c; bacon, 316 lbs. at 17c, 54 
lbs. at 21c, 100 lbs. at 23c . . 4,914 20 
Wilson, G., hay at 19.00 per ton 32 77 
Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd., base- 
balls, 3 doz. at 12.00; mitts, 2 
at 3.20; bats, 12 at 1.00; 

gloves, 6 at 1.60 . . .' 64 00 

Wing, J. L., laundering 101 25 

Wood, E. F., hay, at 21.50 per 

ton 39 77 

Wood, W. Lloyd, drugs, chemi- 
cals, etc 3 80 

Young, W., hay, 1 ton 440 lbs. 

at 20.00 24 40 



Central Prison Industries. 



J. T. Gilmour, iM.D.: 
G. W. Edsrar: 
J. C. Griffin: 
Robert Donnell: 
W. W. Mason: 
Fred Slade: 
J. A. Pile: 
T. Vinson: 
T. Robertson: 
Fdwin Wallace: 
John Bryan: 
R. Gore: 



Salaries ($13,163.66) 

Twelve months' salary as Warden 500 00 

do Accountant 1,800 00 

do Teamster 550 00 

do Night Engineer 750 00 

do Engineer 950 00 

do Machinist 1,100 00 

do Industrial Guard 100 00 

do Foreman 900 00 

do do 1,000 00 

Two do Asst. Gardener 90 00 

do do 115 00 

Twelve do do 660 00 



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PUBLICJNSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central. Prison Industries.— Continued. 



J. B. Miles: 
A. H. Baldwin: 
H. Abel: 

Richard Stewart: 
P. T. McKay: 
Temporary Assistance: 



Salaries.— Continued. 

Twelve months' salary as Foreman, Machine Shop 800 00 

do Painter, do .... 750 00 

do Foreman, Tailor Shop 800 00 

do do Shoe do 850 00 

do do Woolen do 1,200 00 



248 66 



Expenses ($146,948.82) 



Agnew, J. W., making trousers, 

3 prs. at 2.50; making and 
trimming suits, 2 at 16.00, 1 
at 15.50 

Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., wire 
cloth, 316% sq. ft. at 1.65; 
nails, 1 keg at 3.25; iron 
hardware 40.93 

Anderson-Macbeth, Ltd., caps, 
10 doz. at 4.50, 29 doz. at 
5.50; straw hats, 10 doz. at 
1.50 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 
plumbing supplies 

Ashdown, John, basket trunks, 

4 at 10.00; repairing trunk, 
3.00 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., extract tan baric, 
392 lbs. at 5c; milling blue, 
50 lbs. at 65c; potash bichro- 
mate, 440 lbs. at 12c; logwood 
crystals, 845 lbs. at 15c; 
dye, 50 lbs. at 65c, 15 lbs. at 
40c, 15 lbs. at 50c 

Bailey, R., & Son, repairs to 
boiler 

Baines & Peckover, iron cast- 

, ings, etc 

Beal Bros., leather, 26 lbs. at 
43c 

Beardmore & Co., leather, 33% 
lbs. at 26c, 7% lbs. at 30c, 
9,022 lbs. at 32c; sundries, 
15.75 

Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 
leather belting, etc 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
90c; rent of instruments, 
134.00 

Ben Hur Mfg. Co., Ltd., hampers, 
1 doz 

Biggar, Alfred C, lock 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., brushes, 
1 doz. at 6 60, 1 doz. at 4.20, 
% doz. at 2 52, 1 doz. at 3.60, 
1 doz. at 4.80, 1 doz. at 6.17; 
sundrips, 1.19 

Booth-Coulter Cooper & Brass 
Co., Ltd., lead corks, 23 at 
10c 

Brock, W. R., Co.. Ltd., coating, 
2% yds. at 4.00. 8^ yds. at 
3.00, 6 yds. at 2.50, 5 yds. at 
2.75; melton, 2% yds. at 4.50. 



55 00 

49 41 

219 50 
15 00 

43 00 



277 


65 


8 


00 


1,874 


07 


11 


18 


2,913 


82 


178 


41 



134 90 

28 08 
9 00 



27 82 
2 30 



16 yds. at 3.00; serge, 1% yds. 
at 3.00, 117 yds. at 2.75, 217 
yds. at 1.60, 42y 2 yds. at 2.40, 
30 yds. at 1.35, 15% yds. at 
1.75; hose, 1 doz. at 3.00, 19 
doz. at 2.25, 59 doz. at 2.00; 
buttons, 11 doz at 1.10, 20 gro. 
at 1.10, 19 gro. at 1.40, 10 gro'. 
at 1.60; tweed, 48 yds. at 2.50, 
319% yds. at 37%c; thread, 
2 gro. at 5.00; duck, 203 yds. 
at 45c; padding, 38% yds. at 
37%c; suiting, 3% yds. at 
2.75, 4% yds. at 2.25; drill, 122 
yds. at 13c; sundries, 105.58; 
lining, 203 yds. at 32%c, 71 
yds. at 20c, 146y 2 yds. at 
18%c, 198 yds. at 15y 2 c, 42% 
yds. at 37y 2 c, 85% yds. at 
75c, 54% yds. at 15c, 27 yds. 
at 65c; house dresses, 1 doz. 
at 10.50; sheeting, 515 yds. at 
17%c, 581% yds. at 18%c; 
cheese cloth, 221 yds. at 4c; 
cotton, 3,966% yds. at 13c; 
sewing silk, 4 lbs. at 10 00; 
underwear, 4 doz. at 4.50, 8 
doz. at 7.25, 10 doz. at 4.65, 
4 doz. at 6.75; suiting, 140% 
yds. at 75c, 23% yds. at 2.75, 
IVx yds. at 2.00, 7% yds. at 
2.25; bastings, 12 gro. at 1.00; 
crash, 1,322 yds. at 9c; mitts, 
20 doz. at 2.25. 17 doz. at 4.00; 
carpet, 47 yds. at 60c; hair 
cloth, 50 yds. at 25c: broad- 
cloth, 2% yds. at 3.00; silk 
twist, iy 4 lbs. at 8.50; braces, 
8 doz. at 2.25; pocketing, 53*4 
yds. at 18%c 3,404 47 

Brockville Asylum, rags, 1,644 
lbs. at lc 

Bursar, to pay sundries 

Cairns, Bernard, rubber stamps 

Calvert & Dwver Co., Ltd., yarn, 
26 lbs. at 44c 

Canada Customs, duty charts. 

Canada Metal Co., Ltd.. babbit 
metal, 222% lbs. at 7c, 84*4 
lbs. at 60c; solder, 50 lbs. at 
23c, 25y, lbs. at 25c 

Canada Paint Co., Ltd., paints, 
oils, etc 

Canada Snool & Bobbin Co., 
Ltd., bobbins/ 10.229 at 12.00 



16 


44 


6 


85 


1 


80 


11 


44 


25 


89 



83 93 
293 62 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Central Prison Industries.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



per M, 1,308 at 10.50 per M, 

less discount, 27c 

Canada Wood Speciality Co., 
Ltd., broom handles, 5,000 at 

23.00 per m 

Canadian H. W. Johns^Man- 
ville Co., Ltd., repairs to ma- 
chinery 

Canadian Bag Co., jute, 400 yds. 
at 10%c, 534 yds. at 8.65, 301 
yds. at 9.65, 329 yds. at 6.30, 

306 yds. at 10.00 

Canadian Express Co., express 

charges 

Canadian Fairbanks-Morse Co., 
Ltd., repairs to machinery . . . 
Canadian Feather & Mattress 
Co., Ltd., mattresses, 19 at 
2.50, 1 at 3.75, 194 at 2.00, 84 
at 2.75, 24 at 4.00, 4 at 4.50, 2 
at 2.90, 2 at 3.00, 1 at 3.35, 2 
at 3.50, 42 at 1.00, 1 at 1.10, 1 
at 1.50, 1 at 1.75, 1 at 2.80, 1 
at 1.20; pillows, 5% pr. at 
90c, 99 pr. at 75c, 1 pr. at 

1.35; (bailing, 26.25 

Canadian General Electric Co., 

Ltd., electrical supplies 

Canadian Northern Ry. Co., 

freight charges 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 

paints, oils, etc 

Canadian Pacific Ry., freight 

charges 

Canadian Steam Boiler Equip- 
ment Co., Ltd., castings, 1,872 

lbs. at 5%c 

Canadian Suspender Co., buck- 
les, 20 gross at 1.00 

Cartan Plating Co., electro- 
plating, etc 

Carter Welding Co., welding 

castings, etc 

Caulfeild, Burns & Gibson, Ltd., 
sweaters, 5 doz. at 13.50: 
coats, 1 doz. at 12.00; mitts, 
12 doz. at 2.25; underwear, 20 
doz. at 6.75, 7 5-6 doz. at 6.50. 
Central Prison Farm, 1 table . . 
Chapman Double Ball Bearing 
Co., Ltd., welding concrete 

frames 

Clarke & Clarke, Ltd., skivers, 

1 doz 

Consolidated Plate Glass Co., 

Ltd., glass 

Consumers' Gas Co., Ltd., gas.. 

Cooper Cap Co., cap peaks, 1 

gross at 12.00; caps, 4 doz. at 

6.00 

Creelman Bros., repairs to ma- 
chinery 



136 


21 


115 


00 


2 


45 


167 


56 


41 


61 


17 


86 



963 


56 


132 


52 


15 


24 


180 


59 


135 


01 


102 


96 


20 


00 


9 


68 


3 


50 



292 

17 


42 
43 


22 


30 


7 


83 


189 
339 


48 

08 


36 


00 


22 


10 



Crown Tailoring Co., Ltd., mak- 
ing suits, 31 at 10.00; making 
overcoats, 17 at 10.00, 1 at 

17.50 

Dayfoot, C. B., & Co., shoes, 1 
pr. at 4.80 1 pr. at 1.90 1 pr. at 
1.50, 60 pr. at 1.80, 60 pr. at 
1-87%, 2 pr. at 3.75; cases, 

2.35 

Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., garnet 
paper, 2 rolls at 7.00; flint 
paper, 5 reams at 3.13; wood 
wool, 70 lbs at 2%c; flake 
glue, 100 lbs. at 20c, 200 lbs. 
at 20V 2 c, 96 lbs. at 22 %c; 
excelsior, 1,997 libs at 15.00 a 
ton; moss, 182 lbs. at 7%c .. 
Delhi Mfg. Co., gloves, 1-6 doz. 
at 4.50, 1-12 doz. at 24.00; 
mitts, % doz. at 4.50, 1-12 doz. 
at 3.75, 1-12 doz. at 2.25; 

postage, 35 

Disston, Henry, & Sons, repair- 
ing saws 

Lodge Mfg. Co., Ltd., repairs to 

machinery 

Dominion Express Co., express 

charges 

Dom. Linen Mfg. Co., crash, 476 
yds. at 10c, 397 yds. at 8c ... 
Dominion Suspender Co., sus- 
pender welb 

Dominion Transport Co., freight 

and cartage 

Dunlop Tire and Rubber Goods 
Co., Ltd., ideal pads, 6 pr. at 

97%c, less discount, 12c 

Dunlop's, flowers, plants, etc. . . 

Eaton, Theo. H., & Son, caustic 

soda, 2,532 lbs. at 3c, 2,440 lbs. 

at 2%c; wyandotte soda, 

2,800 libs, at l%c, less freight 

and discount, 2.50 

Edmunds, Jas. H., & Co., brass 
bed, 1 at 4.50; hand screws, 
165 at 5c; hand wheels, 168 
at 5c; stool tops, 27 at 20c, 

75 at 35c 

Fogg, John, brass castings, 3 at 
20c, 255V2 l!bs. at 25c, 2 lbs. 

at 30c; keys, 5 at 10c 

Frank & Bryce, Ltd., thread . . . 
Fraser, Geo. W., waste, 1,120 

libs, at SV 2 c 

Gain, J. H., paper, 14 lbs. at 6c 
Garside & White, shoes, 1 pr. at 
1.65, 1 pr. at 1.85, 1 pr. at 1.95, 
20 pr. at 1.50, 60 pr. at 2.50, 4 
pr. at 3.75; laces, 8 gross at 
3.75, 8 gross at 75c, 8 gross 
at 80c; cases, 1.00 



497 50 



238 55 



143 07 



4 


72 


14 


54 


3 


78 


31 


34 


79 


36 


19 


48 


4 


73 


5 


73 


5 


00 



189 56 



52 80 



65 58 
159 96 

95 20 
84 



243 85 



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245 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Central Prison Industries. — Continued. 



Gendron Mfg. Co., Ltd., wheels, 
4 at 2.20 

Globe Printing Co., advertising 

Gold Medal Furniture Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., tow, 598 libs, at 2c; 
leather, 3 yds. at 1.00; studs, 
8 boxes at 1.00 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

Grand Trunk Ry., freight 
charges 

Gutta Percha & Rubber, Ltd., 
rubber tires, 531 5-8 lbs. at 
60c.; ruibber coats, 12 at 5.50; 
hose, 50 ft. at 37 4-5c, 200 ft. 
at ll*4c; packing, 19% lbs. 
at 3iy 2 c, 16% lbs. at 36c; 
rubber bumpers, 52% libs, at 
80c; boiler gaskets, 1,563 at 
3c; sundries, 33.94 

Hahn Brass Co., Ltd., toilet 
screws, 12 doz. at 49 %c; 
drawer pulls, 40 doz. at 1.26%, 
15 doz. at 92 2-5, 2 doz. at 1.11, 
8 doz. at 1.15; brass knobs, 10 
doz. at 77c; iron hardware, 
11.66; coat hooks, % gross at 
27.50 

Hamilton Asylum, rags, 1,914 
lbs. at lc 

Hamilton Cotton Co., warp, 
wool, etc 

Harland, Wm, & Son, paints, 
oils, etc 

Hay & Co., lumber 

Heath, Samuel, & Sons, brass 
castings, etc 

Hillock, Frank, lumber 

Holden-Morgan Co., Ltd., repairs 
to machinery 

Huibbell Electrical Supply Co., 
electrical supplies 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, laco lamps, 600 at 28.10. 

Imperial Furniture Co., leather 
cushions, 1 at 8.25, 2 at 3.75, 
2 at 4.85, 2 at 4.50 

Independent Cordage Co., Ltd., 
binder twine, 100 lbs. af 10c; 
rope, 355 lbs. at 15c, less dis- 
count, 1.06 

Inglis, John, Co., Ltd., repairs 
to machinery 

Ingram & Bell, hospital chair, 
1 at 6.50; medical supplies, 
1.26 

International Malleable Iron 
Co., Ltd., castings, 5,121 lbs. 
at 5c; express charges. 25c; 
patterns, 6.00 ; bags, 2.68 

Jacobi, Philip, leather, 1,057 lbs. 
at 32c, 415 lbs. at 37c; shoe- 
makers' sundries, 117.81 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Jardine, A. B., & Co., machine 

8 80 dies, 30 at 1.50, 12 at 1.30. ... 60 60 

27 Jessop, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., cast 

steel, 62 y 2 lbs. at 14 %c, 106% 

lbs at 15V 2 c, 38 lbs. at 52c... 45 34 

Joselin, J. S., repairs to ma- 

22 96 chinery 3 50 

156 10 Kerr Bros., tallow, 1,260 lbs. at 

6%c; bags, 216 at 30c, 80 
190 61 at 35c; wool, 16,77iy 2 lbs. 
at 29c, 2,746 lbs. at 30c, 
2,128 lbs at 30 %c, 1,853 lbs. 
at 31c, 5,414 lbs. at 28 %c, 
433 lbs. at 28c, 5,960 lbs. at 
29%c, 9,520 lbs. at 29%c, 
6,341 lbs at 30%c; commis- 
sion, 501.62 15,791 80 

Kerr, Robert, tallow, 1,231 lbs. 
560 50 at 6%c; sacks, 10 at 25c; 

wool, 1,700 lbs. at 28c 558 50 

Kindy, OD., & Sons, mitts, 20 doz. 

at 3.00 60 00 

King's Printer, distribution 

stationery 45 41 

Kingston Asylum, rags, 800 libs 

at lc 8 00 

108 06 Kloepfer, C, Ltd., blacksmiths' 

supplies 19 16 

19 14 Lake, "Wm. H., wash basins, 6 

at 30c; iron hardware, 95c... 2 75 

5,219 80 Leadlay, E., & Co., tallow, 631 

lbs. at 6%c, 833 lbs. at 7c. . 100 91 
8 36 Leckie, John, Ltd., duck, 10 yds. 

37 51 at 80c, 2 yds. at 71%c; tar- 

paulins, 504 lbs. at 9c, less 

73 23 discount, 5.34 49 45 

1 35 Lendon, Wm. H., lasts, 22 pr. % 

at 1,20, 1 pr. at 1.30 27 70 

3 91 Lever Bros., Ltd., soap, 8 boxes 

at 4.15 33 20 

140 25 Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., cast- 

ers, 25 sets at 30c, 15 sets at 
168 60 16c; tinner's snips, 1 pr. at 

1.50; horse shoes, 3 kegs at 
4.00; saw blades, 2 gross at 
34 45 6.00, 1 gross at 18.00; drills, 

3 at 1.71, 2 at 66c, 1 at 3.75, 2 
at 1.20, 3 at 2.56% 2 at 1.61; 
tailor's shears, 1 pr. at 10.80; 
62 19 shovels, % doz. at 9.18, 1-6 

doz. at 8.70, 1 doz. at 9.18; 

23 00 corundum wheel 1 at 7.88, 1 

at 6.11, 2 at 7.87%, 2 at 2.32; 
vulcan tongs 1 pr. at 6.30; 
7 76 taper reamers 1 doz. at 6.60; 

padlocks, 2 doz. at 2.15; twist 
drills, 3 doz. at 2~.70, 6 doz. at 
1.08; drill gauge, 1 at 2.10, 

264 98 brass butts, 10 doz. at 40c; 

files, 3 doz. at 2.42%; flush 
rings, 4 doz. at 1.20; iron 

609 60 hardware, 2,254.95; nails, 4 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE— Continued. 



Central Prison Industries.— Continued. 



kegs -at 2.30, 2 kegs at 2.40, 
2 kegs at 2.45, 1 keg at 3.50, 
2 kegs at 2.25; emery wheels, 
2 at 2.80; trimmers, 6 pr. at 
1.35; rules, 3 doz. at 1.80, 3 
doz. at 1.69, 3 doz. at 1.75; 
sheet tin, 1 case at 14.30; 
packing, 5 lbs. at 1.10, 4 lbs. 
at 1.20, 10% lbs. at 27c; 
flue cleaners, 2 at 1.00; 
hammer handles, 5 doz. at 
75c.; glass cutters, % doz. 
at 3.00; metal polish, 1 doz. 
at 4.30, 1 doz. at 3.50; drawer 
locks, 2 doz. at 3.15; nippers, 
6 pr. at 3.30; hand reamers, 
2 at 1.90 

London Asylum, rags, 3,587 lbs. 
at lc 

Love, Rolbt. B., making coats, 
54 at 65c 

Lyman Bros. & Co., Ltd., chemi- 
cals 

Lyons, Thomas, Co., broom corn, 
10,912 lbs. at 5%c, 11,100 lbs. 
at 6c 

Mail and Empire, advertising. 

Marshall Sanitary Mattress Co., 
Ltd., 1 mattress at 16.90, less 
discount, 33c 

Martin Senour Co., Ltd., paints, 
oils, etc 

Mercer Reformatory, making 
shirts, 992 at 10c; making 
dresses, 4 at 75c 

Meredith, Thos., & Co., Ltd., oil 
stones, 2 at 75c 

Meyer Bros., repairs to washing 
machine, 5.00; press machine 
springs, 6 at 75c 

Miller & Sons, plants, etc 

Miller Mfg. Co., Ltd., suits, 17 
at 5.50 

Mimico Asylum, rags, 1,638 lbs. 
at 11,4c 

Mitchell, John J., Co., subscrip- 
tion to Sartorial Art Journal. 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
plumbing supplies 

Morrow, John, Screw Co., re- 
. pairs to machinery 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., table tops, 
240 doz. at 2.12 

Musson Book Co., stationery... 

McGuire, W. J., repairs to ma- 
chinery 

McLean, John, trimming and 
making suit 

Nisbet & Auld, serge, 29% yds. 
at 1.75, 4% yds. at 2.45; sun- 
dries, 1.00 



Expenses. — Continued. 

Ontario Malleable Iron Co., Ltd. 
castings, 155 lbs. at 5c; bags, 

15c 7 90 

Ontario Metal Products Co., gas 
hose, 45 ft. at 6c; sundries, 

70c 3 40 

Ontario Rubber Co., crutch tips, 
17 doz. at 70c; tubing, 1*4 

lbs. at 1.25 13 47 

Ontario Soap & Oil Co., lard oil, 

847y 2 gals, at 60c 508 50 

Ontario Wind Engine & Pump 
Co., castings, 119 lbs at 2%c, 

8,228 lbs. at 5c 414 39 

Orillia Asylum, rags, 4,153 lbs. 

at lc 41 53 

2,569 37 Paine, John B., Co., Ltd., rolled 

sulphur, 1,008 lbs. at 2^4c; 

35 87 logwood crystals, 387 lbs. at 

15c; chemicals, 147.80 228 53 

35 10 Parsons, C, & Son, Ltd., leather, 

626 lbs. at 29c, 457 y 2 lbs. at 

59 59 25c, 5,451 lbs. at 22c, 223 lbs. 

at 28c, 873 lbs. at 32c, 587 

lbs. at 33c, 52% lbs. at 14c, 

1,266 16 1,060 lbs. at 30c; shoemakers' 

26 sundries, 44.38 2,400 40 

Penetang Asylum, rags, 1,040 

lbs. at lc 10 40 

16 57 Peters & Cain, lumber 1,005 66 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., glass... 18 89 
323 54 Poison Iron Works, Ltd., valves, 

2 at 4.50 9 00 

Postmaster, postage stamps ... 77 00 
102 20 Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., wrap- 
ping paper 15 82 

1 50 Reid, Geo., & Co., machinery, 

7,158.57; repairs to machinery, 

345.78 7,504 36 

9 50 Robertson, John Ross, advertis- 

111 24 ing 43 

Roseboom, W. L., & Co., broom 
93 50 labels, 5,000 at 1.00 per M.; 

ring locks, 48 gross at 47c . . 27 51 

20 48 Rudd, Geo. A., & Co., harness 

leather, 193 lbs. at 40c, 449 

7 00 lbs. at 42c; roller snaps, ^4 

gro. at 19.80; hemp, 8 lbs. at 

54 87 70c, 3 lbs. at 87c, 4 lbs. at 

77c; hames, 6 pr. at 2.25, 1 

52 36 pr . at 1.60; sundries, 43.40; 

buckles, 2 gro. at 1.00, y 2 gro. 

508 80 at 4.00, 1 gro. at 1.40; ger- 

21 42 man snaps, 1 gro. at 2.00, 1 

gro. at 6.00 353 92 

3 85 Rudd Paper Box Co., Ltd., 

boxes, 252 at 7.00 17 64 

15 00 Sadler & Haworth, leather belt- 
ing 14 25 

Sanderson, Pearcy & Co., (Ltd., 
64 26 paints, oils, etc 3 15 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison Industries. — Continued. 



Schofield-Holden Machine Co., 
Ltd., repairs to machinery. . . 

Shurley & Derrett, Ltd., twine, 
422 lbs. at 12c, less discount, 
48c 

Siche Gas Co., Ltd., welding 
ibreak in gauge, etc 

Simpson, Root., Co., Ltd., boots, 
1 pr. at 4.00; chairs, 12 at 
1.75 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 
sewing machines, 2 at 36.80, 
1 at 135.00, 1 at 10.50; ma- 
chine supplies, 17.28 

Slade, F., trav. expenses 

Smith's Falls Malleable Cast- 
ings Co., Ltd., castings, 2,216 
lbs. at 5^c, 1,763 lbs. at 5c. . 

Smith, John B., & Sons, Ltd., 
lumfber 

Standard Fuel Co., Ltd., coal, 9 
tons at 6.50, 47 tons, 700 lbs. 
at 6.00, 1,325 tons, 1,500 lbs. 
at 3.88, 813 tons 500 lbs. at 
3.85, 50 tons 900 lbs at 2.78. . 

Standard Ideal Co., Ltd., table 
tops, 192 at 2.30, less freight 
and discount, 23.00 

Standard Paint & Varnish Co., 
Ltd., paints, oils, etc 

Steel Co., of Canada, Ltd., tacks 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 
seeds, plants, etc 

Stern, Sonneborn Oil Co., 
paints, oils, etc 

Sundry Newspapers, advertis- 
ing re fuel 

Sundry persons, services and 
good conduct 

Sur-Coat Mfg. Co., Ltd., boiler 
compound, 320 lbs. at 15c. . . 

Tayor-Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 
castings, etc 



Expenses.— Continued. 

Toronto Asylum, suet, 8,57*8 

9 91 lbs. at 414o., 5,520 lbs. at 

2%c; rags, 100 lbs. at lc„ 

6,379 lbs. at l^c 598 0T 

50 16 Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 50 00 

Toronto Water Works Dept., 

4 35 water rates 748 57 

Trees, Samuel, & Co., Ltd., har- 
ness leather, 46 lbs. at 41c; 

25 00 sundries, 4.19 23 05 

Turner. John, & Son, boilers, 

12 at 1.90, 3 at 1.75 28 05 

no* oo Twin Cit y 0il °°-> Ltd -> Points, 

23 ° 3 * oils, etc 224 87 

United Shoe Machinery Co., of 

Canada, lasting jack 60 

91 n nq Unity Mfg. Co., pants, 72 doz. 
1U " 6 at 10.50, 121 doz. at 10.75, 
5g 43 123 11-12 doz. at 5.75; shirts, 
50 7-12 doz. at 3.25; coats, 
12 11-12 doz. at 6.00; less dis- 
count, 7.50 3,003 66 

Victoria Paper & Twine Co., 

g 757 go Ltd., paper, 1,479% lbs. at 

4.25; leatherette, 96 lbs. at 

6c, 239 lbs. at 4%c 7*8 80 

418 60 Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., locks, 

y 2 doz. at 10.80, 1 doz. at 

18 55 3.25; saw blades, 7 gro. at 

7 63 5.60,"% gro. at 5.50; files, 2 

doz. at 2.50; iron hardware, 

106 90 104.97 160 57 

Waterous Engine Works Co., 

43 46 Ltd., repairs to engine 102 14 

Williams, A. R., Machinery Co., 
99 49 Ltd., repairs to machinery . . 40 40 

Woodall, W. T., hand tacks, 100 
2,082 85 lbs. at 7.20, 100 lbs. at 5.50; 

rivets, 200 at 5.61, 200 at 6.74 37 40 

48 00 

74,447 86 
74 11 



Aikenhead Hardware, Ltd., 

sundry hardware 

Akers, Mason & Bennington 

Co., chemicals 

American Clay Machinery Co., 

clay working machinerv 

American Radiator Co.. of Can., 

Ltd., iron castings and valves 
Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 

plumbers' supplies 

Art Metropole, paper 

Baines & Peckover, wire, 24.43; 

scrapers, 14.00; switches, 

68.50; kiln bands, 526.96; 



Works at Mimico. 

hardware supplies, 622.41; 

97 00 frogs, complete, 75.00 1,331 30 

Barry, R., trav. expenses 22 60 

16 80 Beardmore Belting Co., Ltd., 

belting, etc 473 86 

675 00 Beattie, Geo. J., watchmen's 

clocks 64 75 

310 16 Bechtels, Ltd., hand repress 

with die for brick 124 00 

200 06 Beek, F. E., trav. expenses . . 9 80 

1 60 Bell Telephone Co., messages, 

86.43; rent of instruments, 

21.00 107 43 

Berg Machinery Mfg. Co., Ltd., 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Central Prison Industries.— Continued. 



Works at Mimico.— Continued. 



tile cars, 168.00; wire screens, 
200.00; elevator boot and pul- 
ley, 250.00; machinery sup- 
plies and repairs, 398.09; 
brick machinery, 4,334.00 . . 5,350 09 

Boker, Herman, piano wire . . 12 50 

Bond Hardware Co., Ltd., tools, 
etc., 27.28; roofing material, 
279.89 ] 307 17 

Booth-Coulter Copper & Brass 

Co., Ltd., sheet copper 4 76 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., mitts, 
61.44; undershirts, 37.44; can- 
ton flannel, 10.72 109 60 

Cairns, B., rubber stamps 1 05 

Campbell Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 

oats 168 00 

Can. Al'lis-Chalmers, Ltod., oil 
separator 29 40 

Can. Crocker-Wheeler Co., Ltd., 
electric motor supplies, 
1,383.60; squirrel cage motor, 
2,100.00 . . 3,483 60 

Can, Explosive, Ltd., dynamite, 

etc 398 88 

Can. Express Co., charges 40 45 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., Ltd., 
century motors, etc., 265.29; 
gate valves, 93.09; shafting, 
pulleys, etc., 195.91; elevator 
boot, 340.00 894 29 

Can. General Electric Co., Ltd., 

electrical supplies 69 81 

Can. Inspection & Testing Lab- 
oratories, Ltd., testing and 
sampling cement 16 10 

Can. Johns-Manville, H. W., Co., 

Ltd., hair felt, etc 17 73 

Can. Oil Companies, Ltd., oil ,. . 12 99 

Carey, A., trav. expenses . . 10 85 

Carter Welding Co., welding . . 1 00 

Central Press Agency, multi- 
graph supplies 2 50 

Central Prison Farm, butter, 
196.88; hydrated lime, 861.42; 
lumber, 5,787.88; door mats, 
3.00; repairs to plant, 50.30; 
vegetables, 264.50 7,163 98 

Central Prison Industries, blan- 
kets and bedding, etc., 139.88; 
boiler smoke stack and guys, 
300.00; pump and valve, 61.10; 
asylum beds, 142.50; repairs, 
etc., 2.50; desk, 25.00; wood 
racks, 20.40; tie racks, 220.00; 
clay plant, repairs, etc., 149.81 1,061 19 

Chambers, E. V., services as 
engineer, 300.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 10.15 310 15 



Collector of Customs, duty char- 
ges 1,012 48 

Consumers' Gas Co., coke, 2Sy 2 

tons at 5.20 148 20 

Craib, John, horse shoeing 11 80 

Daney, H. W., & Son, Ltd., build- 
ing test wall T 35 

Darling Bros., Ltd., grease trap 22 00 
Davidson & Hay, Ltd., sundry 

supplies 3 20 

Diltz, H. R„ brokerage 5 00 

Dillon, W. F., repairing heat- 
ing system 685 97 

Dom. Express Co., charges 3 Ou" 

Dom. Sewer Pipe Co., Ltd., tiles 48 00 

Duck, J., hay 92 50 

Evening Telegram, subscription 6 00 

Fate, J. D v Co., clay working 
machines, machinery supplies 

and repairs 2,023 98 

Fitzpatrick, P. H., construction 

of and repairs to brick kiln. 3,973 10 
Ford Motor Co., of Canada, Ltd., 

repairs to autos 60 28 

Fraser, Geo. W., waste 17 36 

French, E. H., tomato plants.. 3 00 

Garlock Packing Co., packing. . 10 84 
General Supply Co., drill press 

and sundries 117 90 

Gibbons, Kemp Co., Ltd., instal- 
ling oxygen fuel system 900 00 

Gill & Long, auto hire 4 00 

Globe Printing Co., subscrip- 
tion, 1 year 3 00 

Goodwin & Sons, marsh grass 145 56 
G. T. Ry., freight charges, 
2,087.92; rent of siding, 
110.60; construction of siding, 

1,134.37 3,332 89 

Gray Mfg. 'Machinery Co., Ltd., 

emery grinder 25 00 

Gray, Wm, Sons, Campbell, Ltd., 

democrat 82 50 

Greening, B., Wire Co., screen. . 33 31 
Greey, W. & J. G., respirators 12 12 
Grenadier Ice & Coal Co., ice 23 70 
Gurney Foundry Co., Ltd., gothic 

and other heaters 66 97 

Gutta Pereha Rubber Co., Ltd., 

hose 74 28 

Halliday, H., ice 16 38 

Harper, W., brokerage and ex- 
press charges 89 30 

Heather, H., & Son, stove pipe 

elbows 3 30 

Hunt, H. E., wheel barrows.. 71 25 
Hyde Park Garage, auto repairs 1 05 

Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion, erecting line 2,013.68; 



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Central Prison Industries.— Continued. 



electrical supplies, 45.96; 
electric current, 4,348.56 

Imperial Oil Co., Ltd., gasoline, 
39.66; oil, 83.96; axle grease, 
13.10; coal oil, 6.53; oil 
tanks, 18.00 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 67.02; 
stationery, 27.51 

Kirkfield (Portland Cement Co., 
cement 

Klay, J. J., services as super- 
intendent of works 

K. & 'S. Auto Tire Co., Ltd., 
auto tires 

Laidlaw, R., & Co., lumber . . . 

Lake, W. H., hardware supplies 

Lehigh Car Wheels & Axle 
Works, rock crusher parts, 
143.57; shale mill, 1,250.00 .. 

Leslie, hay 

Lewis, Rice, & Son, Ltd., hard- 
ware supplies 

Macdonald, Norman, machinery 

Macmullen, Riley & OBorley, pro- 
fessional services as engineers 
(clay plant) 

Mail and Empire, subscription. 

Main Belting Co., Ltd., belt 
dressing, 36.40; belting rivets, 
678.88 

Maple iSand, Gravel & Brick 
Co., Ltd., gravel 

Marchmont, S. W., manure . . 

Marion Machine Foundry & 
Supply Co., wire twister 

Martin Senour Co., Ltd., grapho- 
a-lac, 4.64; coloring material, 
12.00 

Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., imple- 
ments 

Mercer Reformatory, laundryihg 

Manor's Horse Exchange, team 

« of horses 

Mimico Asylum, milk, 312.48; 
straw, 30.00; oats, 2.08; hay, 
32.15; coal, 8.03; bread, 80c; 
oil, 85c; potatoes, 17.25 

Morrison, Jas., Brass Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., valve repairs 

Musson Book Co., Ltd., station- 
ery and books 

McClary Mfg. Co., range, boiler, 
complete 

National Drug & Chemical Co., 
muriatic acid, 94c; castor oil, 
4.20 

News Publishing Co., subscrip- 
tion 

Northern Electric & IMfg. Co., 
Ltd., electrical supplies 

Ontario Lime Co., Ltd., fireclay 
and firebrick 



Works at Mimico. — Continued. 

Ontario Sewer Pipe Co., Ltd., 

6,408 20 sewer pipe and clay 282 09 

Ontario Wind Engine & Pump 

Co., Ltd., sundry supplies 2 45 

O'Reilly, W., blacksmithing ... 3 15 

161 25 Orton, E., Jr., pyrometric 

cones 1 50 

Parkdale Garage, Ford auto . . 400 00 
94 53 Parker, !H., trav. expenses .... 8 10 

Pay lists, wages of men 4,694 79 

396 00 Peiler, H. L., & Co., lifting trap, 

89.00; reducing valve, 56.35; 

912 90 graphite feeder, 11.75 157 10 

Perkins, Ince & Co., jam 2 25 

74 10 Peters & Cain, lumber 274 24 

53 00 Philip, Carey & Co., air cell 

54 54 covering 13 04 

Pilkington Bros., Ltd., window 

glass 4 18 

1,393 57 Postmaster, rent of P. O. box . . 50 

44 31 Potter, Chas., thermometers 21 60 

Price, Cumming, Britt Co., Ltd., 

99 55 poles 13 50 

6 68 Queen City Foundry, Ltd., cast- 
ings 270 61 

Rack-a-Rock Co., fuses, 90.50; 
50 00 oil, 326.00 416 50 

3 00 Reid & Brown, castings, etc. . . 112 83 

Rice, F. G., trav. expenses 13 20 

Roper, Alfred, trav. expenses.. 25 85 
715 28 Rowell, C. E., trav. expenses . . 1 70 

Rudd, G. A., & Co., Ltd., har- 
58 42 ness, 35.90; blankets, 4.00 .. 39 90 

30 02 Sadler & Haworth, belt laces 

and belting 7 70 

5 00 Sheet Metal Products Co., 

elbows, fire buckets, etc 13 90 

Sheldons, Ltd., repairs to and . 

16 64 supplies for brick trucks and 

cars 401 85 

40 15 Simpson, Robt., Co., Ltd., clocks 7 40 

74 32 Smith, J. B., & Sons, lumber.. 5 90 

Sorauren Ave. Garage, repairs 

390 00 to auto 8 84 

Standard Fuel Co., Ltd., coal. 

77 tons 1,800 lbs. at 5.98, 1,101 

tons 700 lbs. at 3.78, 1,106 

379 64 tons 800 lbs. at 3.88, 409 tons 

1,100 lbs. at 2.89; 437 tons 

4 40 1,000 lbs. at 2.97 11,403 23 

Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co., 

17 67 Ltd., steam fitting supplies... 4 94 

Steele, Briggs Seed Co., Ltd., 

178 53 seeds 6 70 

iSteel & Radiation Ltd., mesh 

lath 5 10 

5 14 'Stephens- Adam son Mfg. Co., 

sheave stand 3 70 

1 50 Taylor, Forbes Co., Ltd., as- 
bestos cement 5 30 

390 65 Thwing Instrument Co., electri- 

cal supplies, etc., 32.82; pyro- 
2,382 94 meter, type tubes, etc., 332.33 365 04 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Central Prison Industries. — Continued. 

Works at Mimico.— Continued. 

Toronto Pattern Works, cast- Williams, A. R., (Machinery Co., 

ings, patterns, etc 488 80 machinery supplies, 469.18; 

Toronto Pottery Co.. Ltd., tiles, > pulsometer, 120.00; lathe, 

fireclay, firebricks, etc 1,282 33 235.00 853 95 

Toronto World, The, subscrip- Wilson, H. A., Co., Ltd, baseball 

tion 3 00 mask 2 40 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., ma- Wilson, W. H., trav. expenses . 6 80 

chine oil and grease 128 33 Worsfold, E., trav. expenses . . 9 80 

Victor Fire Extinguisher Co., York Sand & Gravel, Ltd., sand 193 27 

€ extinguishers at 8.00 48 00 

White, A. <S., horseshoeing 2 05 72,500 96 

White, S. (P., trav. expenses ... 4 50 

Mercer Reformatory. 



Salaries ($13,133.84) 



Emma O'ISullivan: Twelve months' salary as 

Lucy M. Coad: do 

John .S. King, MjD.: do 

Thos. iMcKenzie: do 

Bertha Boland: do 

W. B. Growcock: do 

Chas. Macklin: do 

Thos. Cullen: Five and a half do 

Wm. Caston: Eleven do 

Jas. Kelly: Twelve do 

G. R. Laing: do 

Robert Wheeler: do 

Wm. McGee: do 

Chief Attendants: 

Attendants: 

Cooks: 

Temporary Assistance: 



Superintendent 1,600 00 

Deputy Superintendent 650 00 

Physician 800 00 

Bursar 1,500 00 

Stenographer 540 00 

Messenger 550 00 

Gardener 700 00 

Asst. Gardener 256 67 

Carpenter 550 00 

Engineer 800 00 

Asst. Engineer 700 00 

Stoker 600 00 

Night Watch 650 00 

385 00 

2,025 00 

645 00 

182 17 



Anderson-Macbeth, Ltd., hats. 
% doz. at 30.00; harvesters' 
hats, 1 doz. at 1.50 

Arkley, L. M., analysing coal 
samples 

Armstrong, Fred., Co., Ltd., 
electrical supplies 

Armstrong & Paffard, Ltd., 
syrup, 373 lbs. at 4c; wash- 
ing blue, 24 lbs. at 17c; salt, 
1 bbl. at 1.55; tapioca, 25 lbs. 
at -5%c; sugar, 2 bags at 6.31; 
sundries, 2.65; sapolio, y± gro. 
at 11.30; jelly powders, 2 doz. 
at 90c; barley, 98 lbs. at 3%c 

Atteaux Dyestuff & Chemical 
Co., Ltd., soap, 061 lbs. at 7c; 
Wyandotte soda, 5,600 lbs. at 
1.75 cwt.; sal sodia, 225 lbs. at 
85c cwt 

Austin, J. A., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Bates & Dodds, interments 

Bell Telephone Co., messages, 
50c; rent -of instruments, 
95.00 



Expenses ($13,941.34) 

Belle Ewart Ice Co., ice 

Boeckh Bros. Co., Ltd., brushes, 
21 50 8 doz. at 2.70, 4 doz. at 1.70 

Breakey, Fred., hay, 1 ton, 855 
6 00 libs, at 20.00 

Brock, W. R., Co., Ltd., thread, 
11 85 4y> gro. at 5.00; handker- 

chiefs, 9 doz. at 45c; scrub 
cloth, 90 yds. at 16 c; 
crash, 228 yds. at 10c, 
100 yds. at 8c, 100 yds. at 9c; 
table oilcloth, 1 piece, 2.40; 
napkins, 1 doz. at 3.00, 1 doz. 
at 4.25; print, 136^4 yds. at 
8c; denim, 160 yds. at 18%c., 
169% yds. at 22y 2 c, 288% 
yds. at 17y 2 c; quilts, 12 at 
75c; sundries, 20.84; linen, 
35 yds. at 18y 2 c, 23 y 2 yds. at 
1.00; warp, 7 bdles. at 1.55, 
8 bdles. at 1.60;" cotton, 
220*4 yds. at 14c, 797*4 
yds. at 12y 2 c, 160 yds. 
at 5y>c; rug, 1 at 15.50; 
combs, 24 y 2 doz. at 9.00; but- 
95 50 ter cloth, 110 yds. at 4c; 



45 57 



146 18 

6 30 
6 00 



224 10 



28 80 



28 55 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



Expenses.— Continued. 



shirting, 191 yds. at 16c, 
306^ yds. at 15c; sheeting, 
161 yds. at 30c 

Brown, W. N., cartage 

Burger, R., candy, 6 lbs. at 60c, 
6 lbs. at 50c 

Burns, P., & Co., Ltd., coal, 15 
tons, 1,500 lbs. at 7.45, 506 
tons, 1,750 lbs. at 4.50, 1 ton 
at 7.50; slabs, 3*4 cords at 
6.00 

Bursar, to pay sundries, 7'.66; 
accountable, 250.00 

Cairo Bros., oranges, 6 doz. at 
20c, 39 doz. at 30c; apples, 
1 bus. at 1.25, 2 bus. at 65c; 
peaches, 1 bas. at 1.25; sun- 
dry fruits, 29.32; pears, 1 bas. 
at 65c, 1 bas. at 1.00 

Canada Customs, duty charges 

Canadian H. W. Johns-Manville 
Co., Ltd., repairs to machinery 

Canadian Laundry man, sub- 
scription 

Canadian Oil Companies, Ltd., 
paints, oils, etc 

C. P. Ry. Co., freight charges. . 

Canada Starch Co., Ltd., starch, 
1,200 lbs. at 6c 

Central Press Agency, blank 
forms, etc 

Central Prison Farm, potatoes, 
64 bus. at 50c, 51 bus. at 
40c 

Central Prison Industries, boiler 
compound, 2 bbls. at 2.50; 
overcoats, 4 at 20.00; shoes, 24 
prs. at 1.40, 8 prs. at 4.00, 48 
prs. at 1.50, 60 prs. at 1.55; 
repairs to boots, 9.80; flannel, 
33 yds. at 50c ; repairs to 
plant, 2.60; whisks, 2 doz. at 
1.65; trousers, 8 prs. at 5.50; 
uniform suits, 8 at 20.00; 
brooms, 4 doz. at 4.00; plants, 
1,400 at 5c 

Citiphone Co., citiphone 

City Dairy, milk, 865 gals, at 
26c, 623 gals, at 22c ....... 

Consumers' Gas Co., gas 

Coulter Transfer Co., manure 
32 loads at 1.75; services 
plowing, 26 hours at 75c . . 

Couperthwaite, John B., hay, 1 
ton, 1,060 lbs. at 18.00 

Davidson & Hay, Ltd., syrup, 
1,124 lbs. at 3%c; barley, 294 
lbs. at 3^c; raisins, 28 lbs. at 
6%c, 50 lbs. at 10c; jello, 2 
doz. at 90c; corn starch, 24 



613 23 
2 00 

6 60 



2,422 65 

257 66 



47 
8 


67 

77) 


10 


60 


1 


00 


32 
3 


03 
96 


7 .2 


00 


3 


70 



52 40 



637 


80 


3 


7*5 


361 


96 


721 


07 


75 


50 


27 


54 



lbs. at 6%c; currants, 20 lbs. 
at 6%c; washing blue, 72 lbs. 
at 17c; sapolio, y 2 gro. at 
11.30; sugar, 1 bag at 4.51; 
salt, 2 bbls. at 1.50; prunes, 
50 lbs. at 9c 

Dawson, Wm., & Sons, Ltd., sub- 
scription to sundry magazines 

Delaney & Pettit, Ltd., wood, 
2 loads,* at 1.25 

Doyle, M., Fish Co., Ltd., fish, 
2,992 lbs. at 9c 

Dunlop, E. G., services as 
trained nurse, I days af 3.00 

Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., copy books, 
10 doz. at 24c; baskets, 4 at 
1.00, 1 at 3.00; tarlatan, 12 
yds. at 12y 2 c; sundries, 55c 

Ferrier & Co., potatoes, 172^ 
bbls. at 74c 

Fleischmann & Co., yeast, 83^ 
lbs. at 30c 

Globe Printing Co., subscrip- 
tion to Daily Globe 

Goldie & McCulloch Co., Ltd., 
repairs to engine 

Goodfellow, J., livery hire 

Grand & Toy, stationery 

G. T. Ry., freight charges 

G. N. W. Tel. Co., messages . . 

Halliday, James, purchase of 
meat 

Hareourt, E. <H., Co., Ltd., sta- 
tionery 

Harris Abattoir Co., Ltd., pork, 
116 lbs. at 13 %c; fertilizer, 
750 lbs. at 30.50 per ton, 250 
lbs. at 33.50, 300 lbs. at 41.00, 
600 lbs. at 3.00; nitrate of 
soda, 1 bag at 1.65 

Hartz, J. F., Co., Ltd., medical 
supplies 

Hislop, B., hay, 1 ton, 1,350 lbs. 
at 19.00 

Hobbs, Samuel, shovels, 1 at 1.25, 
1 at 1.00, 1 at 50c; brushes, 

1 at 1.50, 1 at 1.25, 1 at 1.75, 

2 at 2.00, 2 at 90c; glass, 1.25; 
iron hardware, 19.06; rope, 8 
lbs. at 25c; belt lacing, 1 lb. 
at 1.50; paints, oils, etc., 4.00 

Hooper, S. F., blacksmithing. . 
Hubbell Electrical Supply Co., 

electrical supplies 

Hunt Bros., Ltd., flour, 140 bbls. 

at 3.85 

Ideal Engine & Packing Co., 

hose couplings, 2 at 1.80 . . 
Imperial Varnish & Color Co., 

Ltd., soap, 827 lbs. at 6%c; 

less discount 



93 


89 


21 


65 


2 


50 


269 


28 


12 00 


11 


45 


127 


65 


25 


05 


5 


00 


1 

25 

3 

1 


90 
50 
20 
64 
01 


2,151 


78 


30 


11 



41 78 

8 50 

31 80 



40 86 
11 70 


44 


10 


539 


00 


3 


60 



44 59 



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No. 1 



PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 



Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



Expenses. — Continued. 



Johnson, D., repairs to locks. . 6 00 

Junor, Wm., plates, % doz. at 
6.00, 1 doz. at 4.00, 1 1-12 doz. 
at 3.00; cups and saucers, 6 
at 1.00; tumblers, 1 doz. at 
2.50; casserole, 1 at 3.00; plat- 
ter, 1 at 1.00; marmalade jar, 

1 at 2.00; crockery, glassware, 

etc., 6.97 31 72 

Kennedy, J. H., repairs to 

vehicles 17 55 

Kenny, T., & Co., Ltd., tea, 540 

lbs. at 25c 135 00 

King's Printer, distribution, 

stationery 10 23 

Lake, Wm. H., pudding bowls, 

2 doz. at 1.75; dessert dishes, 

2 doz. at 75c; torches, 6 at 
25c; wash boards, 4 at 40c; 
cups and saucers, 2 doz. at 
2.00; garbage can, 1 at 1.25; 
gas globes, 1 doz. at 1.50; 
gas mantles, 2% doz. at 2.40; 
chambers, 1 doz. at 4.75; sun- 
dries, 7.25; floor wax, 4 tins 
at 45c; spoons, 2 doz. at 2.00; 
wash basins, 3 at 45c; ewers, 

3 at 45c; glass, 3.84; flash 
light, 1 at 2.00; rakes, 5 at 

75c 50 94 

Langley, The Cleaner, cleaning 

curtains 175 

Library Bureau of Canada, Ltd., 
office supplies 60 

Lock, A. W., blacksmithing . . 7 85 

Luke, P. E., spectacles," 1 doz. 
at 1.75, 1 pr. at 2.50, 1 pr. at 
3.50 7 75 

Lyons, Geo. A., oats, 800 lbs. at 
1.35, 400 lbs. at 1.40; hay, 235 
lbs. at 18.00 per ton; straw, 
890 lbs. at 12.00, 190 lbs. at 
14.20; chop feed, 2,000 lbs. at 
1.50, 1,200 lbs. at 2.00; bran, 
700 libs, at 1.40; sundries, 9.15 97 85 

Macmillan Co., of Canada,. Ltd., 
books 3 50 

Mail Printing Co., subscription 
to Mail & Empire 3 00 

Medland, T. J., Ltd., roll wheat, 
1 bbl. at .2.60, 2 bbls. at 2.75; 
split peas, 2 bbls. at 7.00 .... 22 10 

Melhuish, A. E., veterinary ser- 
vices 4 00 

Meyer Bros., laundry repairs, 
2.50; wyandotte soda, 2,800 
lbs. at l%c :. . . 51 50 

Might Directories, Ltd., city 

directory 10 00 



Morrison, J., Brass Mfg. Co., 

Ltd., plumbing supplies 41 42 

Morton, David, & Sons,' Ltd., 

soap, 20 boxes at 2.40 48 00 

Muldoon, J., lime, 17 bags at 
30c; fibre, 10 bags at 50c; 
fire clay, 1 bag at 60c; cart- 
age, 25c 10 95 

Murray-Kay, Ltd., costume repp, 

341 yds. at 19c 64 79 

Musson Book (Co., stationery.. 16 90 

McCullough, W. A., fur caps, 4 

at 5.00 20 00 

McGibbon's Drug Store, drugs, 

chemicals, etc 89 75 

McLachlan, M., services as 
trained nurse, 2 weeks at 21.00 • 42 00 

McQuillen, Jas., flavoring, 1 
bottle at 1.00, 3 bottles for 
40c 1 40 

Oakley Chemical Co., washing 
powder 75 23 

Ogilvie Flour Mills Co., Ltd., 
rolled oats, 2 bags at 2.40, 10 
bags at 2.071/2 25 55 

Paine, John B., Co., Ltd., cres- 
cent soda, 28,500 lbs at 1.25; 
clothes pins, 12 doz. at 25c; 
net cloth, 10 lbs. at 65c; net 
locks, 1 doz. at 2.50; cotton 
duck, 27 1-9 yds. at 1.25 .. 402 

Parsons, Brown & Co., table 
raisins, 1 box at 3.50; raisins, 
56 lbs. at 6%c, 30 lbs. at 9c; 
almonds, 5 lbs. at 40c. ; prunes, 
25 lbs. at 9%c; sundries, 5.27'; 
currants, 87 lbs. at 7c; 
chloride of lime, 50 lbs. at 
8c; syrup, 362 lbs. at 3%c... 43 28 

Perkins, Ince & Co., syrup, 1,786 
lbs. at 3%c; sapolio, 9 doz. at 
95c; canned vegetables, 2 doz. 
at 82^0., 4 doz. at 92%c; 
beans, 2 bus. at 2.25; lye, 2 
doz. at 90c; jello, 2 doz. at 
90c; mustard, 10 lbs. at 25c; 
putz cream, 3 doz. at 1.80; 
sugar, 200 lbs. at 4.31, 400 
lbs. at 3.91, 300 lbs. at 4.36, 200 
lbs. at 4.61, 200 lbs. at 4.21; 
salt, 1 bbl. at 1.45, 1 bbl. at 
3.25; flavoring extracts, % 
doz. at 4.50; washing blue, 
48 lbs. at 17c; sundries, 5.46; 
rice, 100 lbs. at 4c,* corn 

starch, 20 lbs. at 6c 177 62 

Perrin, Fred. J., coffee, 100 lbs. 

at 25c ; tea, 199 lbs. at 25c . . 74 75 
Petrie, H. W., Ltd., repairs to 
engine, 7.38; single belting, 50 



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PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS MAINTENANCE.— Continued. 
Mercer Reformatory.— Continued. 



ft. at 28 4-5c; belt lacing, 2 
lbs. at 1.10 

Pike, D., Co., Ltd., putting up 
awnings, 6.00; taking down 
awnings, 4.80 

Playter, C P., drugs, chemicals, 
etc 

Postmaster, postage stamps 

Ratcliff Paper Co., Ltd., toilet 
paper, 1 case 

Rathbone, Oeo., Ltd., lumber.. 

Rochester Lamp Co., globes, 1 
doz. at 1.50; mantles, 2 doz. at 
5.00; sundries, 80c 

Sheet Metal Products Co., Ltd., 
rice boiler, 1 at 1.00; pitchers, 
1-6 doz. at 1.75; pails, 2 doz. 
at 2.48; sundries, 7.08; plates, 
2 doz. at 1.00 

Simmers, J. A., Ltd., Christmas 
decorations, 5.25; seeds, 66.70 

Simpson, Geo., expenses captur- 
ing eloper 

Simpson, R., Co., Ltd., boots, 1 
pr. at 5.00; sundries, 1.15 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., ma- 
chine supplies 

Sloan, John, & Co., washing 
blue, 96 lbs. at 17c; beans, 2 
bus. at 2.10, 2 bus. at 2.25; 
salt, 1 bbl. at 1.60; dome lead, 
V 2 gro. at 2.40; sugar, 100 lbs. 
at 4.51, 100 lbs. at 6.91, 100 lbs. 
at 6.41; wax taper, 1 case at 
4.80; vinegar, 32 gals, at 25c: 
candles, 6 lbs. at 10c; barley, 
1 bag at 3.80; rice, 200 lbs. at 
3%c; canned vegetables, 2 
doz. at 82y 2 c, 2 doz. at 85c, 
4 doz. at 95c; syrup, 1,528 lbs. 
at 3%c, 1,120 lbs. at 4c; 
prunes, 25 lbs. at 12c; sapolio, 

1 case at 3.00, 1 case at 2.85; 
jello, 2 cases at 1.80; corn 
starch, 40 lbs. at 6V 2 c; pepper, 
10 lbs. at 20c 

Smith, W., blacksmithing 

Snell, J. G., spirits for medical 

use 

Sparrow, Geo., & Co., repairs to 

range 

Spence, D., apples, 1 bbl. at 3.50, 

2 bbls. at 3,00, 1 bbl. at 2.25, 
1 bbl. at 2.00; pineapples, 1 
case at 3.00; pears, 3 bas. at 
50c; oranges, 1 case at 3.00; 
cherries, 8 bas. at 65c; plums, 
6 bas. at 65c; sundries, 1.50 



Expenses. — Continued. 

Stuart & Foster, Ltd., ammonia 

23 98 powder, 603 lbs. at 3c 

Sundry newspapers, advertising 

re fuel and supplies 

10 80 Taylor-Forbes Co., Ltd., iron 

castings, etc 

35 Taylor, John, & Co., Ltd., soap, 

57 00 2 boxes at 4.50, 1 box at 5.40; 

soap chips, 5,362 lbs. at 6.85, 

5 94 828 lbs. at 6.75 

1 95 Temple^attison Co., Ltd., dental 

supplies 

Toronto Hydro-Electric iSystem, 

5 80 electric current 

Toronto Laundry Machine Co., 
Ltd., laundry repairs 

Toronto Ry. Co., car tickets . . 

Toronto Waterworks Dept., 
16 17 water rates 

Toronto Weekly Ry. & .Steam- 
71 95 boat Guide, subscription 

Twin City Oil Co., Ltd., paints, 
10 00 oils, etc 

United Typewriter Co., Ltd., in- 

6 15 spections 

Vokes Hardware Co., Ltd., hard- 
1 60 ware 

Watkins, J. H., & Co., flour, 4 
bbls. at 6.55, 1 bbl. at 7.80 . . 

Wells, Dr. Josephine, dental sup- 
plies 

Willard & Co., Ltd., butter, 1,868 
lbs. at 28c, 1,036 lbs. at 
25%c; cheese, 14% lbs. at 
16c, 29 lbs. at 15y 2 c, 4% lbs. 
at 16%c, 5% lbs. at 15c, 28 
lbs. at 14^c, 5% lbs. at 16^c, 
5% lbs. at 17c; eggs, 12 doz. 
at 38c, 16 doz. at 40c, 14 doz. 
at 42c, 22 doz. at 36c, 28 doz. 
at 37c, 8 doz. at 35c, 12 doz. 
at 34c, 12 doz. at 32c, 24 doz. 
at 27c, 12 doz. at 23c, 32 doz. 
at 22c, 24 doz. at 24c, 30 doz. 
at 25c, 18 doz. at 26c, 12 doz. 
at 28c, 12 doz. at 29c, 24 doz. 
at 30c, 6 doz. at 31c, 6 doz. at 
33c; chicken, 24 lbs. at 21c; 
lard, 80 lbs. at 14%c, 20 lbs. 
at ISViC, 20 lbs. at 13c, 40 
lbs. at 14c; bacon, 50% lbs. at 
22c, 83% lbs. at 21c, 89 lbs. 
at 20c, 61% lbs. at 19c; ham, 
39% lbs. at 20c; turkey, 39 
lbs. at 24c; geese, 60 lbs. at 

16c 

Wood, W. Lloyd, drugs, chemi- 
31 85 cals, etc 



196 17 
39 65 

1 25 

2 75 



18 


09 


53 


70 


2 


76 


437 58 


18 


95 


343 


48 


4 
57 


50 
00 


256 


51 


5 


20 


28 


92 


12 


00 




57 


34 


00 


9 


00 



1,040 34 
9 50 



Total Public Institutions Maintenance $1,499,975.97 



254 



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No. 1 



AGRICULTURE. 



AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES. 



Pure Seed Fairs ($369.00) 



Grants: — 

Barrie 

Collingwood 

Metcalfe 

Middleway 

New (Hamburg . . . 

Renfrew 

Richmond Hill .. 

Rocklyn 

Seaforth 

Verulam 

Waterloo South . 
Wellington Centre 
Woodstock 



25 


00 


21 


00 


16 


00 


25 


00 


9 


00 


25 


00 


22 


00 


10 


00 


16 


00 


23 


00 


15 


00 


25 


00 


15 


00 



Services and expenses: — 

Boyd, Jas., services at 4.00 per 

diem, 22.00; trav. expenses, 

25.15 

Jackson, W. D., services at 

4.00 per diem, 8.00; trav. 

expenses, 5.55 

iMason, A. W., trav. expenses 
Mortimer, R. E., services at 

4.00 per diem, 4.00; trav. 

expenses, 1.50 

Scarf, W., services at 4.00 per 

diem, 8.00; trav. expenses, 

16.25 

Sirett, H v services at 4.00 per 

diem, 8.00; trav. expenses, 

8.55 



47 15 



13 55 

6 70 



5 50 



$2 25 



16 55 



Spring Stock Shows ($2,234.75) 



Grants: 

Arran and Tara 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Carrick 

Collingwood Tp 

Dufferin 

Dufferin Central 

Dunnville 

East Luther 

Elma 

Elmira and Woolwich . ., 

Erin 

Esquesing 

Forest 

Fullerton, Logan and Hibbert <■ 
Ouelph and S. Wellington . . 

Meaford and St. Vincent 

Metcalfe 

Mornington 

Mount Forest 

North Renfrew 

Nottawasaga and Gt. Northern 

Palmerston : 

Paris 

Peel 

Proton 

Rocklyn 

(Seaforth 

South Huron 

South Lanark 

South Ontario 

South Perth 

South Victoria 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

19 00 
48 00 
50 00 

7 00 
50 00 
29 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
41 00 
50 00 
50 00 

20 00 
34 00 

38 00 

39 00 

23 0:0 

33 00 



00 
00 



50 00 
31 00 
19 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
19 00 
50 00 



Stratford 

Tavistock 

Toronto Gore 

Walpole 

Wellesley and N. Easthope, 
West Zorra and Embro 
Weston, York and Etobicoke. 

Wilmot 

Woodstock 



Arith, James 

Armstrong, J. W. . 

Brothers, iC. 

Brownlee, J. F. ... 

Cooke, L. L 

Douglas, W. J. 

Eastwood, S: 

Findlay, A 

Fitzsimons, Jno. . . , 

Gardhouse, J , 

Harvey, R , 

McPhatter, J. S. A. 

Miller, J. H 

Morrison, H 

Palmer, E. T 

Patterson, J. M. 

Reed, H. G 

Scarf, W 

St. Clair, A 

Thayler, R 

Thompson, E. V. . . . 
Wray, G. W 



50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
16 00 
50 00 
45 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



Services. Expenses. 



4 00 

8 00 

20 00 

12 00 

10 00 

4 00 

4 00 

12 00 

4 00 

8 00 

8 00 

10 00 

12 00 

6 00 

6 00 

12 00 

38 00 

8 00 

12 00 

6 00 

18 00 

12 00 



4 35 
15 05 

15 75 

16 80 
15 55 

1 75 

5 70 
14 75 

7 15 

7 15 

6 80 

8 70 

13 00 
5 30 

4 90 

7 60 
48 50 

7 50 
11 75 

5 80 

14 15 
10 75 



Special Grants under Section 37 ($5,000.00) 



Canadian National Exhibition, 
Toronto 2,500 00 



Central Canada Exhibition, 

Ottawa 1,316 00 

Western Fair, London 1,184 00 



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255 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Additional Grants ($75,000.00) 



Algoma: — 


136 00 

694 00 

52 00 

91 00 
102 00 
155 00 
187 00 

127 00 
379 00 
452 00 

317 00 
202 00 
216 00 
113 00 
144 00 
210 00 
119 00 
194 00 
176 00 
199 00 
228 00 
102 00 
228 00 
129 00 
157 00 
171 00 

417 oa 

286 00 
162 00 
314 00 

248 00 
314 00 
221 00 

92 00 
204 00 

318 00 

143 00 

319 00 
223 00 
251 00 
402 00 

250 00 
65 00 

158 00 
94 00 

357 00 

146 00 
200 00 
190 00 
142 00 
598 00 

383 00' 


Oldcastle 


380 00 


Woodslee, South 

Windsor 


580 00 




444 00 


Iron Bridge 

Johnston and Aberdeen 


Frontenac: — 
Frontenac 


124 00 


Kennebec 


44 00 


St. Joseph Island 


Kingston Tp 


196 00 


Parham 


75 00 


Brant* — 


Storrington 


84 00 


Onondaga 


Wolfe Island 

Glengarry: — 

Glengarry 

Kenyon , 

St. Lawrence Valley 

Grenville: — 

Kemptville 


75 00 






South Brant 


179 00 


Bruce: — 

Arran and Tara 

Carrick 

Chesley 

Eastnor 


182 00 
278 00 

199 00 


Grenville South 


205 00 
137 00 
204 00 


Hepworth 

Huron Tp 


Spencerville 

Merrickville 


Kincardine 


Grey: — 
Ayton 


133 (TO 
161 00 
163 00 
130 00 
179 00 


North Bruce and Saugeen . . 
Northern 


Collingwood Tp 

Desboro' 


Paisley 


Grey East 


Grey South 


Teeswater 


Egremont 


151 00 
150 00 
129 00 

90 00 
204 00 
159 00 
178 00 

92 00 
136 00 
344 00 
101 00 


Tiverton 


Hanover, Bentinckand Brant 
Holland 


Underwood 




Keppell 


Carleton: — 


Kilsyth 

Markdale 


Carp 

Fitzroy 

Metcalfe 

Dufferin:— 

Dufferin 


Meaford and St. Vincent . . 

Normanby 

Osprey 

Owen Sound 

Priceville 


Dufferin Central 


Proton 


201 00 


East Luther 


Rocklyn 

Sydenham 

Walter's Falls 


161 00 


Dundas 


96 00 
147 00 




Haldimand: — 

Caledonia 




Winchester 


539 00 




Canboro' 


47 00 


Cartwright 


Dunnville 


173 00 




Haldimand 


211 00 
108 00 
184 00 

44 00 
158 00 
173 00 

300 00 


Orono 


Southern Branch 

Walpole 


West Durham 

Elgin: — 
Aldboro 


Haliburton: — 

Glamorgan 

Haliburton 




Minden 

Hal ton: — 
Acton 


South Dorchester 

Straffordville 


West Elgin 


Esquesing 


236 00 
380 00 




Halton 


Amherstburg, Anderdon and 

Colchester North 

Colchester South 


Nelson and Burlington 

% Trafalgar 

Hastings: — 

Bancroft 


203 00 

248 00 

127 00 
361 00 


Comber > 


Belleville 


Essex C 


Frankford 

Madoc 


302 00 
211 00 


Mersea, Leamington and Gos- 




Marmora 


145 00 



256 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE— Continued. 



Additional Grants.— Continued. 



Maynooth 

Shannonville 

Stirling 

Tweed 

Wollaston 

Huron: — 

Bayfield 

Blyth 

Dungannon 

Exeter 

Howick 

Huron East 

Huron West 

Seaforth 

Turnberry 

Zurich 

Kenora : — 

Dryden 

Kenora 

Kent: — 

Camden 

Harwich 

Howard 

Kent East 

'Kent West 

Orford 

Raleigh and Tilbury 

Romney 

Wallaceburg 

Lambton : — 

Bosanquet 

Brooke and Alvinston 

Florence 

Forest 

Lambton East 

Lambton West 

Moore 

Petrolea and Enniskillen . . 

Plympton and Wyoming 

Sombra 

Lanark: — 

Dalhousie 

'Dirummond 

Lanark Tp 

Lanark North 

Lanark South 

Lanark Village and Bathurst 

Maberly 

iPakenham 

Leeds: — 

Brockville 

Crosby North 

Delta 

Frankville 

Lansdowne 

Lombardy 

iRear of Leeds and Lansdowne 
Lennox and Addington: — 

Addington 

Centreville 

Ernesto wn 

Lennox . . ". 



74 00 
135 00 
201 00 
227 00 

84 00 

102 00 
. 157 00 
140 00 
210 00 
135 00 
208 00 
264 00 
201 00 
203 00 
121 00 

262 00 
412 00 

134 00 
203 CO 
302 00 
218 00 
389 00 
236 00 
167 00 
128 00 
122 00 

159 00 

258 00 

159 00 
187 00 
268 00 
361 00 
274 00 
375 00 

160 00 
117 00 

117 00 
100 00 
132 00 
623 00 
353 00 
223 00 
74 00 
171 00 

700 00 
71 00 
240 00 
202 00 
182 00 
114 00 
44 00 . 

47 00 

82 00 

89 00 

296 00 



Lincoln: — 

Abingdon 

Clinton \\ 

Monck 

Niagara Town and Tp. 

Peninsular Central 

Manitoulin: — 

Billings 

Gore Bay 

Howland 

Manitowaning 

Providence Bay 

Middlesex: — 

Caradoc 

(Delaware 

Dorchester 

London Tp 

McGilliivray . . . ." 

Melbourne 

Mosa and Ekfrid 

Middlesex North 

Parkhill 

Strathroy 

Thorndale 

Westminster 

Muskoka: — 

Baysville 

Gravenhurst and Muskoka . 

IMedora and Wood 

Morrison 

Muskoka North 

Muskoka South 

Stephenson and Watt 

Stisted 

Nipissing: — 

Astorville 

Bonfield 

Nipissing East 

Sturgeon Falls ' 

Verner 

Norfolk: — 

'Charlotteville 

Courtland 

Houghton 

Norfolk C 

Townsend 

Walsingham North 

Windham 

Northumberland : — 

Alnwick 

Brighton 

Cobourg Central 

Colborne 

Cramahe 

Percy Tp 

Seymour 

Wooler 

Ontario: — 

Beaverton 

Brock 

Ontario South 

Port Perry, Reach and (Scugog 



70 00 
199 00 

55 00 

108 00 
107 00 

277 00 
378 00 
126 00 
182 00 
140 00 

110 00 
149 00 
215 00 

109 00 

71 00 
300 00 
203 00 
121 00 
128 00 
480 00 
121 00 
118 00 

117 09 
304 00 
238 00 
93 00 
348 00 
789 00 
248 00 
150 00 

133 00 
129 00 
326 00 
203 00 
23G 00 

155 00 
88 00 
114 00 
593 00 
80 00 
125 00 
103 00 

133 00 

182 00 

332 00 

281 00 

149 00 

342 00 

185 00 

98 00 

167 00 
256 00 
463 00 
143 00 



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257 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Additional Grants 

Ramona 38 00 

Scott 128 00 

Uxbridge 203 00 

Oxford: — 

Drumbo 310 00 

Ingersoll North and Oxford 

West 160 00 

Nissouri East 72 00 

Norwich North 200 00 

Norwich South 153 00 

Tavistock 229 00 

Tillsonburg and Dereham . . 237 00 

Woodstock 509 00 

Zorra West and Embro 151 00 

Parry Sound: — 

Armour, Ryerson and Burk's 

Falls 464 00 

Christie 120 00 

Loring 200 00 

Machar 204 00 

Magnetawan 239 00 

McKellar 286 00 

MdMurrich 266 00 

Parry Sound 312 00 

Perry 291 00 

Powassan 279 00 

Rosseau 144 00 

Strong 280 00 

United Townships 140 00 

Peel:— 

Albion and Bolton 296 00 

Caledon 192 00 

Cooksville 232 00 

Peel 448 00 

Toronto Tp 356 00 

Perth: — 

Elma 125 00 

Fullerton, Logan and Hibbert 246 00 

Kirkton 156 00 

Listowel 171 00 

Mornington 196 00 

Perth iSouth 184 00 

Stratford 280 00 

Peterborough: — 

Dummer and Douro 320 00 

Galway 51 00 

Lakefield 130 00 

Lakehurst 150 00 

Otonabee 131 00 

Peterborough East 361 00 

do Industrial 628 00 

Prescott: — 

Alfred 100 00 

Plantagenet South 96 00 

Vankleek Hill 366 00 

Prince Edward: — 

Ameliasburg 162 00 

Prince Edward 482 00 

Sophiasburg 116 00 

Rainy River: — 

Rainy River Valley 490 00 

Renfrew: — 

Arnprior 167 00 

Cobden 183 00 

Renfrew 623 00 

Renfrew North 381 00 

17 P.A. 



— Continued. 

Russell: — 

Casselman 59 00 

Clarence 95 00 

Osgoode 215 00 

Russell 206 00 

Simcoe: — 

Alliston 137 00 

Barrie 425 00 

Beeton 205 00 

Bradford and Gwillimbury 

West 211 00 

Coldwater 130 00 

•Cookstown 258 00 

Flos Tp 187 00 

Nottawasaga and Great North- 
ern 224 0.0 

Oro 177 00 

Tiny and Tay 210 00 

Stormont: — 

Cornwall 262 00 

Finch 75 00 

Roxborough 132 00 

(Stormont 118 00 

Sudbury: — 

iMartland and Cosby 52 00 

Massey 287 00 

Warren 198 00 

Temiskaming: — 

Charlton 155 00 

Cochrane 132 00 

Englehart 180 00 

Matheson 124 00 

New Liskeard 435 00 

Thunder Bay: — 

Algoma West 800 00 

Oliver 323 00 

White Fish Valley 109 00 

Victoria: — 

Eldon 137 00 

Emily 130 00 

Fenelon 142 00 

Mariposa 117 00 

Verulam 254 00 

Victoria North 60 00 

Victoria South 702 00 

Waterloo: — 

Elmira and Woolwich 132 00 

Waterloo South 493 00 

Wellesley and Easthope North 221 00 

Wilmot 198 00 

Welland: — 

Bertie 210 00 

Fen wick i 228 00 

Thorold Town and Tp 154 00 

Wainfleet 99 00 

Welland 352 00 

Wellington: — 

Arthur 165 00 

Erin 346 00 

Garafraxa West 105 00 

Guelph and Wellington South 736 00 

Maryborough 72 00 

Mount Forest 301 00 

Palmerston Ill 00 

Peel and Drayton 138 00 

Puslinch 164 00 



258 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Additional Grants.— Continued. 



Rockwood 

Wellington Centre 
Wellington West . 
Wentworth: — 

Ancaster 

Binbrook 

Flamboro' West . 

Rookton 

Waterdown 



171 
298 
153 

160 

83 

159 

338 

212 



York: — 

Markham 

Newmarket . . . 

Queensville . . . 

Richmond Hill 

Scarborough . 

Schomberg . . . 
- .Sutton 

Weston, York 



and Etobicbke 



Wentworth South 



429 00 



Woodbridge 



736 00 
458 00 
134 00 
173 00 
290 00 
270 00 
141 00 
239 00 
533 00 



Grants to Agricultural Societies notwithstanding Provisions of Agricultural 

Societies Act ($485.00) 

Amherst Island 140 00 Six Nations 100 00 

Haliburton 45 00 United Indians 100 00 

Middlesex East 100 00 



Additional Grants to Agricultural Societies in the Districts ($5,000.00) 



73 00 
100 00 
28 00 
49 00 
54 00 
83 00 
100 00 



Algoma: — 

Bruce Mines 

Central Algoma 

Iron Bridge 

Johnston and Aberdeen . . . 

North Shore 

St. Joseph Island 

Thessalon 

Frontenac: — 

Kennebec 

Parham 

Haliburton: — 

Glamorgan 

Haliburton 

Minden 

Hastings: — 

Bancroft 100 00 

Maynooth 79 00 

Wollaston 90 00 

Kenora: — 

Dryden 100 00 



00 
00 



24 00 
85 00 
92 00 



Kenora 

Manitoulin: — 

Billings 

Gore Bay 

Howland 

Manitowaning 

Providence Bay 

Muskoka: — 

Baysville 

Gravenhurst and Muskoka 

iMedora and Wood 

Morrison 

Muskoka North 

Muskoka iSouth 

iStephenson and Watt 

Stisted 



100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

67 00 

97 00 

75 00 

62 00 
100 00 
100 00 

50 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

80 00 



Nipissing: — 

Astorville 

Sturgeon Palls 

Bonfield 

Nipissing East 
Verner 



Parry Sound: — 

Armour, Ryerson and Burk's 
Falls 

Christie 

Loring 

Machar 

Magnetawan 

McKellar 

McMurrich 

Parry Sound 

Perry 

Powassan 

Rosseau 

Strong 

United Townships ' 

Rainy River: — 

Rainy River Valley 

Sudbury: — 

Massey 

Warren 

Temiskaming: — 

Charlton 

Englehart 

iMatheson 

New Liskeard 

Thunder Bay: — 

Algoma West 

Oliver 

Whitefish Valley 



71 00 
100 00 

69 00 
100 00 
100 00 



100 00 

49 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

77 00 

100 00 

74 00 

100 00, 

100 00 
100 00 

83 00 

96 00 

65 00 

100 00 

100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



To Provide Insurance to Indemnify Societies suffering from rainy weather 

($3,661.00) 

Algoma:— Bruce: — 

Central Algoma 65 00 Chesley 88 00 

Brant: — CaHeton: — 

Paris 10 00 Carp 175 00 

Metcalfe 38 00* 



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259 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



To Provide Insurance to Indemnify Societies suffering from rainy weather. 

Continued. 



Dufferin: — 

East Luther 155 00 

Elgin: — 

Sneddon 46 00 

Dorchester South 43 00 

Elgin West 50 00 

Essex: — 

Windsor 202 00 

Frontenac: — 

Kingston Tp 12 00 

Glengarry: — 

Kenyon 32 00 

St. Lawrence Valley 51 00 

Grenville: — 

Grenville South 293 00 

Kemptville 147 00 

Grey: — 

iNormanby 37 00 

Osprey 37 00 

Walter's Falls 19 00 

Haldimand: — 

Haldimand 108 00 

Halton: — 

Esquesing 37 00 

Hastings:— 
Stirling 9 00 

Huron: — 
Exeter 126 00 

Kent: — 

Orford 65 00 

Raleigh and Tilbury 29 00 

Lanark: — 

Maberley 47 00 

Lanark, North 106 00 

Leeds: — 

Lombardy 20 00 

North Crosby 22 00 

Rear of Leeds & Lansdowne. 57 00 

Lennox: — 
Lennox 148 00 



Lincoln: — 

Abingdon 

Middlesex: — 

Strathroy 

Muskoka: — 

South Muskoka 

Nipissing: — 

Charlton 

Norfolk: — 

Courtland 

iNorth Walsingham 

Northumberland : — 

Alnwick 

Oxford: — 

iEast Nissouri 

Ingersoll, N. and W. Oxford. 

North Norwich 

Tavistock 

Parry Sound: — 

Armour, Ryerson and Burk's 

Falls 

Perth: — 

Listowel 

Mornington 

Prescott: — 

Alfred 

Simcoe: — 

Bradford 

Stormont: — 

Finch 

iStormont 

Thunder Bay: — 

Oliver 

Victoria: — 

INorth Victoria 

Verulam 

Welland: — 

Wainfleet 

Wellington: — 

Erin 

Guelph and South Wellington 



Field Crop Competition ($15,066.54) 



Grants: — 
Algoma: — 

Central Algoma 

North Shore 

St. Joseph Island 

Thessalon 

Brant: — 

Onondaga 

Paris 

Six Nations 

South Brant 

Bruce: — 

Carrick 

Chesley 

Eastnor 

Hepworth 

Huron Tp 

Lucknow 

North Bruce and Saugeen 

Northern , 



100 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

fo no 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 oo 
50 00 

150 00 
50 00 

150 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



53 00 

136 00 

42 00 

15 00 

17 00 
41 00 

10 00 

32 00 
77 00 
46 00 
37 00 

23 00 

91 00 
25 00: 

10 Od 

110 00 

49 00 
30 00 

70 00 

22 00 

33 00 

22 00 

106 00 

300 00 



Pinkerton 50 00 

Teeswater 50 00 

Wiarton 100 00 

Carleton: — 

Carleton Co 50 00 

Fitzroy 150 00 

Metcalfe 50 00 

Dufferin: — 

Dufferin 

Dufferin Central 

Luther East 

Dundas: — 

Mountain 

Winchester 

Durham: — 

Durham West 

Millbrook 

Orono 

Port Hope 



50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


150 


00 


100 00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 


100 


00 



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No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued.^ 
Field Crop Competition. — Continued. 



Elgin:— 

Aldborough 

Dorchester South 

Elgin West 

Shedden 

'Essex: — 

Amherstburg, Anderdon and 
Maiden 

Comber 

Essex Co 

Windsor 

Woodslee South 

Frontenac: — 

Kingston Tip 

Wolfe Island 

Glengarry: — 

Kenyon 

St. Lawrence Valley 

-Grey: — 

Ayton 

Collingwood Tp 

Desboro' 

lEgremont 

Grey South 

Keppel 

Kilsyth 

Markdale 

Normanby 

Osprey 

Priceville 

Proton 

Rocklyn 

Walter's Falls 

Haldimand: — 

Caledonia 

Haldimand 

Southern Branch 

Hal ton: — 

Halton 

Nelson and Burlingon 

Trafalgar 

Hastings: — 

Frankford 

Madoc 

Maynooth 

Stirling 

Huron: — 

Blyth 

Exeter 

Howick 

Huron East 

Huron West 

Seaforth 

Turnberry 

Kenora: — 

Dryden 

Kent: — 

Harwich 

Kent West 

Orford 

Raleigh and Tilbury 

Wallaceburg 



50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

50 00 



150 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

150 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

150 00 

150 00 

150 00 

50 00 
50 00 

150 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 
50 00 
50 00 

150 00 



50 


on 


100 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


150 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


50 


00 


100 


00 



Lambton: — 

Bosanquet 

Brooke and Alvinston 

Florence 

Plympton and Wyoming . . 

Sombra 

Lanark — 

Lanark Village and Bath- 

urst 

Leeds : — 

Lansdowne 

Lombardy 

Lennox and Addington: — 

Lennox 

Lincoln: — 

Clinton 

Manitoulin: — 

Gore Bay 

Middlesex: — 

Caradoc 

Dorchester 

McGillivray 

Middlesex East 

Middlesex North 

Mosa and Ekfrid 

Strathroy 

Westminster 

Muskoka: — 

Gravenhurst and Muskoka 

Medora and Wood 

Muskoka South 

Stephenson and Watt 

Nipissing: — 

Bonfield 

Verner 

Norfolk: — 

Courtland 

Houghton 

Walsingham North 

Northumberland : — 

Seymour 

Wooler 

Ontario: — 

Beaverton 



Oxford: — 

Ingersoll North and Oxford 
West 

Nissouri East 

Norwich North 

Norwich South 

Tilisonburg and Dereham . . 

Zorra West and Embro . . 
Parry Sound: — 

Armour, Ryerson & Burk's 
Falls 

Loring 

Machar 

Magnetawan 

McKellar 

McMurrich 

Parry Sound 

Perry 



100 00 
150 00 
100 00 
50 00 
100 00 



50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 
50 00 
50 00 

100 00 
50 00 

50 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

50 00 
150 00 

150 00 

150 00 

50 00 

50 00 
50 00 

50 00 



50 00 
50 00 
100 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 



100 00 

50 00 

100 00 

50 00 

50 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 



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261 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Field Crop Competition.— Continued. 



Powassan 100 00 

Strong 100 00 

Peel: — 

Albion and Bolton 50 00 

Peel 50 00 

Toronto Township 50 00 

Perth:— 

Elma '. 50 00 

Fullerton, (Logan and Hib- 

bert 50 00 

Kirkton 150 00 

Peterborough: — 

Otonabee 50 00 

Peterborough Industrial... 50 00 

Prescott: — 

Alfred 50 00 

Prince Edward: — 

Ameliasburg 50 00 

Prince Edward 50 00 

iSophiasburg 50 00 

Rainy River: — 

Rainy River Valley 150 00 

Renfrew: — 

Arnprior 50 00 

Cobden 150 00 

(Renfrew 100 00 

Renfrew North 150 00 

Russell: — 

Russell 50 00 

Simcoe: — 

Barrie 100 00 

Nottawasaga and Great 

Northern 50 00 

Simcoe East 50 00 

Temiskaming : — 

Charlton 50 00 

New Liskeard 100 00 

Thunder Bay: — 

Oliver 50 00 

Whitefish Valley 50 00 

Victoria: — 

Eldon 50 00 

Emily 50 00 

Fenelon 50 00 

Verulam 150 00 

Waterloo: — 

Waterloo South 150 00 

Welland: — 

Bertie 100 00 

Fenwick 50 00 

Welland 50 00 

Wellington: — 

Centre Wellington 150 00 

Erin 150 00 

Mount Forest JO 00 

Puslinch 50 00 

Rockwood 50 00 

Wentworth: — 

Waterdown 100 00 

Flamboro' West 50 00 

York: — 

Markham 50 00 

Richmond Hill 50 00 

Scarborough 100 00 

Schomberg 50 00 



Prizes. 



Vegetables: — Div. No. 1:- 



Celery: — 
3rd prize, 
4th do 

Onions: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 

Potatoes: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 

Tomatoes :- 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 
Vegetables: — 

Celery: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 

Onions: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 

Potatoes: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 
5th do 

Tomatoes :- 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 

Barley: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 
5th do 

Corn: — 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 
5th do 

Oats:— 
1st prize, 
2nd do 
3rd do 
4th do 
5th do 
6th do 
7th do 
8th do 
9th do 
10th do 



Cooke Bros. 
J. Baker . . 



H. Coldrey 

Cooke Bros 

Geo. Rielly 

I. A. Farquharson 

B. Lancaster .... 

Cooke Bros 

E. K. Purdy 

Geo. Rielly 



W. Frick 

Jas. Cox 

I. A. Farquharson 

C. iMcConnell 

Div. No, 2: — 



A. (Carlton 

P. A. Bell 

J. Harris & (Son 



J. Tizzard . . 

Chas. Aymer 
T. Delworth . 
F. F. Reeves 



F. F. Reeves . 

E. W. Grummett 
J. Danbridge 
J. Tizzard . . . 

F. F. Reeves . 



J. Tizzard 

J. Dandridge . . 
C. H. Aymer, Jr. 
C. Aymer 



A. (Morrison . . 
F. A. Legge . . . 
F. E. Wickson 
Geo. Simpson . 
Robert Howie . 



S. J. Shepley 

J. Park 

B. R. Cohoe . 
W. Anderson 
S. Dilmer . . . 



Foster Bros. . 
W. G. Rennie 
H. L. Goetz . . 
J. A. Cockburn 
A. Schmidt . . . 
W. G. Wilson . 
Short Bros. . . 
Foster Bros. . 

Alex. Hall 

J. W. Edgar . 



15 00 
10 00 

25 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 

25 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 

25 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 



25 00 
20 00 
15 00 

25 00 

20 00 
15 00 
10 00 

25 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 
10 00 

25 00 
20 00 
15 00 
10 00 

20 00 

15 00 

10 00 

6 00 

3 00 

20 00 
15 00 
10 00 



30 00 

27 00 

24 (TO 

21 00 

18 00 

15 00 

12 00 

9 00 

6 00 

3 00 



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AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Field Crop Competition.— Continued. 



Peas: — 






2nd do Alex. Campbell. . . 


15 00 


1st prize, A. Meilhousen . . . 


20 


00 


3rd do W. T. Brandon... 


10 00 


2nd do R. Cameron 


15 


00 


Spring Wheat: — 




3rd do W. Bray 


10 


00 


1st prize, G. Maclntyre 


20 00 


4th do Jas. A. Spiers . . . 


6 


00 


2nd do D. B. Stewart . . . 


15 00 


5th do W. Bray, Jr 


3 


00 


3rd do D. Muirhead 


10 00 


Potatoes: — 






Contingencies : — 




1st prize, Wm. Naismith... 


20 


00 


Allan & Cochrane, whisk 


35 


2nd do S v Polmateer . . . 


15 


00 


Am. Express Co., charges 


35 


3rd do D. Cameron 


10 


00 


Barber, R. H., sign 


5 00 


4th do I. R. Bartlett 


6 


00 


Bryson-Graham Co., Ltd., tape 


60 


5th do A. MdNeill 


3 


00 


Burgess, Chas., photos 


2 00 


Fall Wheat: — 






Can. Bag Co., bags 


108 00 


1st prize, J. A. Gillespie . . . 


20 


00 


Can. Express Co., charges . . 


274 33 


2nd do Jos. Taylor 


15 


00 


Can. Northern Express Co., 




3rd do W. C. Shaw 


10 


00 


charges 


5 27 


4th do A. S. Clemens . . . 


6 


00 


Cook, J. D., painting 


1 00 


5th do Wm. Thompson. .. 


3 


00 


Currier & Co., T. W., rent of 




Spring Wheat: — 






furniture 


3 25 


1st prize, Jas. Rennie 


20 


00 


tDom. Express Co., charges . . 


74 10 


2nd do L. Summerfeldt. . 


• 15 


00 


Eaton, T., Co., Ltd., picture. . 


1 55 


3rd do P. W. Boynfcon & 


. 




Firstbrook Bros., boxes .... 


31 00 


Son 


10 


00 


G.T. Ry., charges 


2 00 


Vegetables: — Div. Nos. 3 and 5: — 






Guelph Herald, printing .... 


7 50 


Celery: — 






Kerr, R. J., services as auc- 




2nd prize, W. Trott 


20 


00 


tioneer 


7 00 


4th do N. Sanderson 


10 


00 


King's Printer, distribution, 




Onions: — 






printing and binding .... 


74 20 


1st prize, W. E. Crandall.. 


25 


00 


Lyons & Marks, glass jars . . 


18 00 


2nd do T. Barwell 


20 


00 


(McDonald, K., & Sons, baskets 


12 67 


3rd do W. Hyslop 


15 


00 


Macdonald, D. E., & Bros., 




4th do F. Gard 


10 


00 


burlap, cork, etc 

Marshall, A. J., painting.... 


12 52 


Potatoes: — 






4 65 


2nd prize, J. J. Davis 


20 


00 


Press Commercial Photo Co., 




3rd do W. E. Crandall.. 


15 


00 


photos 


6 50 


Tomatoes: — 






Rawlinson, M., cartage 


24 25 


2nd prize, E. Hamilton .... 


20 


00 


Robertson, Alex., services 




Ottawa: — 






grain exhibit 


7 50 


Barley: — 






Rogers' Signs, signs and cards 


4 60 


1st prize, Jas. Leach & Sons 


20 


00 


Roxborough, John, services at 




2nd do S. Rickard 


15 


00 


2.50 per diem 


11 25 


Oats: — 






Russill Hardware Co., baskets 


5 25 


1st prize, D. & D. J. Camp- 






Scott, R. F., baskets 


3 75 


bell 


30 


00 


Tait, Alex., services, grain 




2nd do H. Mountjoy 


27 


00 


exhibit 


2 60 


3rd do W. G. Wilson 


24 


00 


Topley Co., photo supplies . . 


2 50 


4th do Jas. Ferguson . . . 


21 


00 


Trick, W., vegetables for 




5th do F. Walker 


IS '00 


exhibit 


7 00 


6th do P. Drummond . . . 


15 


00 


Walker, Thos., cleaning 


1 00 


7th do T. A. Kelly 


12 


00 


Watts, Chas., hardware 


55 


8th do R. E. Drummond. 


9 


00 


Watts, F„ services, grain 




9th do S. J. Woods 


6 


00 


exhibit 


3 25 


10th do G. R. Bradley . . . 


3 


00 


Wilson, J. Lockie, disburse- 




Potatoes: — 






ments 


75 


1st prize, T. Wright 


20 


00 


Woodward, C. H., hardware.. 


45 



Services and expenses of Judges in 

Services. Expenses. 



Abraham R. H 


48 00 


61 90 


Abraham, W. M 


56 00 


67 55 


Allan, J. N 


72 00 


116 83 


Baldock, Walter 


^0 00 


52 65 


Barber, W. J 


24 00 


19 10 


Barton, A. A 


20 00 


19 65 



Field Crop Competition ($7,535.45) 

Services. Expenses. 

Bean, Geo. A 68 00 119 65 

Berrv, R 24 00 19 75 

Black, W 72 00 76 40 

Boyd, James 80 00 87 55 

Bradley, Geo. R 32 00 43 40 

Cascadden, L 24 00 25 20 



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263 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Services and expenses of Judges in Field Crop Competition. — Continued. 



Services. Expenses. 



Casselman, M. J 40 00 

Coatsworth, J. H. ... 52 00 

Cohoe, R. B 56 00 

Comerford, F. A 68 00 

Creighton, Thos 32 00 

Dallworth, Thos 20 00 

Dandridge, James ... 44 00 

Davis, J. J 26 00 

Davis, W. H 56 00 

Dillabough, L ' 24 00 

English, D 32 00 

Farmer, G. A 64 00 

Forsyth, F 52 00 

Foster, Geo. E 30 00 

Foyston, ,B. E 26 00 

Gardhouse, John 28 00 

Glover, G. W 24 00 

Goltz, H. L 26 00 

Gray, W. 'E 24 00 

Greer, A 14 00 

Grosse, Henry 24 00 

Hachborn, H 16 00 

Hamilton, John 24 00 

Hamilton, W. J 40 00 

Hankinson, L. D 36 00 

Hess, J. W 32 00 

Hickson, Wm 20 00 

Hiddleston, J. S 26 00 

Hogarth, E. J 28 00 

Hood, Adam 46 00 

Hudgin, A. T 20 00 

Hunter, M. M 24 00 

Irving, D. R 56 00 

Jackson, F. J 20 00 

Jardine, James 28 00 

Jordison, C. H. I. . . . 24 00 

Kelly, W. A 20 00 

Kernahan, J. A 28 00 

Knight, Hy., Jr 64 00 

Little, G. B 44 00 



Services. Expenses. 



46 


35 


74 


90 


64 


60 


86 


20 


39 


50 


21 


55 


54 


75 


50 


45 


63 


14 


28 


70 


56 


10 


109 


90 


63 


10 


52 


45 


32 


75 


42 


10 


31 


87 


55 


55 


30 


10 


17 


85 


37 


00 


35 


05 


27 


35 


57 


59 


33 


55 


44 


30 


36 


65 


30 


85 


37 


19 


50 


20 


31 


30 


27 


50 


82 


00 


30 


25 


55 


25 


30 


65 


49 


55 


32 


40 


116 


40 


53 


15 



MctClure, D 28 00 

McfCrae, Wm 64 00 

McDermid, J. A 24 00 

McGill, J. N 24 00 

McKay, Robt 32 00 

MoKee, Jas. H 30 00 

McKenna, J. D 44 00 

McNeill, J 64 00 

McRostie, J. E 28 00 

McVannell, M. .C 8 00 

Mercer, T 24 00 

Monaghan, W 28 00 

Morrison, A 32 00 

Mortimer, R. E 56 00 

Murphy, R 48 00 

Nicholson, C. .S 20 00 

Pearse, S. M 28 00 

Ponton, J. N 

Rebsch, >C 36 00 

Reeves, F. F 28 00 

Rogers, D. D 46 00 

Rose, A. B 24 00 

Scarf, Wm 72 00 

Schuyler, C 50 00 

Sexsmith, Geo 40 00 

Shaw, Jno. C 36 00 

Shepley, T. J 20 00 

Smith, A. R. G 18 00 

Smith, D , 28 00 

Sorley, J. N 24 00 

Stark, J. W 22 (TO 

Switzer, W. F. D 32 00 

Tansley, L. G 16 00 

Tisdale, H 20 00 

Treverton, S. H 20 00 

Van sickle, P. 28 00 

Virtue, J. J 24 00 

Webster, H. B 28 00 

Whittaker, C. F 24 00 

Young, M. W 22 00 



42 


35 


80 


90 


29 


85 


33 


45 


34 


10 


56 


93 


54 


60 


76 


80 


38 


15 


9 


05 


51 


85 


34 


35 


40 


00 


78 


50 


61 


10 


24 


35 


40 


33 


44 


45 


42 


26 


50 


70 


48 


20 


27 


55 


103 


65 


67 


00 


60 


80 


44 


70 


33 


55 


36 


05 


34 


30 


34 


21 


44 


00 


49 


55 


22 


15 


21 


25 


28 


40 


36 


50 


29 


40 


32 


80 


37 


25 



32 35 



Anderson, J. J. 
Baptie, James . 
Bell, W. F. ... 
Harding, R. H. 



Judges, services and expenses ($162.80) 



Services. Expenses. 

10 00 9 50 

36 00 33 80 

8 00 5 20 

1 50 



Kidd, Chas 

McMillen, J. A. 
Mallory, W. I. ... 
Richardson, R. H. 



Services. Expenses. 

10 00 

8 00 

12 00 7 25 



12 00 



9 55' 



Grants under Horticultural Societies Act ($11,999.00) 



Amherstburg . 

Barrie 

Berlin 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Cardinal . 

Carleton Place 
Chesterville . . 

Clifford 

Cobourg 

Dundalk 

Durham 

Dryden 

Elmira 



00 
00 



157 

236 

325 00 

166 00 

224 00 

68 00 

75 00 

46 00 

240 00 

96 00 

62 00 

74 00 

75 00 
126 00 



Goderich 116 00 

Guelph 277 00 

Hamilton 495 00 

Hespeler 73 00 

Kincardine 84 



Kingston 
Lindsay . 
London . . 
Markdale 
Midland . 
Millbrook 
Mitchell . 
Newcastle 
Oakville . 



00 
254 00 
59 00 
433 00 
72 00 
92 00 
61 00 
98 00 
75 00 
79 00 



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No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 
Grants under Horticultural Societies "Act.— Continued. 



Orangeville 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound 

Paris 

Perth 

Peterborough . . , 

Pieton 

Port Dover 

Port Hope 

St. Catharines . 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sault Ste. Marie 
Seaforth 



158 00 



00 
00 



494 

152 

106 00 

212 00 

305 00 

89 00 

121 

118 

800 00 

614 00 

80 00 

99 00 

84 00 



00 
00 



Stirling . . . 
Stratford . . 
Strathroy . 
Thornbury , 
Tillsonburg 
Toronto . . , 
Walkerton . 
Walkerville 
Waterloo . . 
Westboro . , 

Weston 

Whitby . . . 
Windsor . . . 
Woodstock 



61 


00 


159 


00 


142 


00 


73 


00 


114 


00 


500 


00 


80 


00 


305 


00 


123 


00 


75 


00 


128 


00 


67 


00 


433 


00 


129 


00 



Ontario Vegetable Growers' Association ($800.00) 
Wilson, J. Lockie Secretary-Treasurer, grant 



800 00 



Ontario Plowmen's Association ($500.00) 
Patterson, T. A., Treasurer, grant 



500 00 



Horticultural, Agricultural and Vegetable Growers' Societies, services and expenses 
of meetings, investigations and unforeseen expenditures ($838.40) 

Travelling Expenses: — 



Allen, A. F 

Bennett, F. E. 
Bennett, J. H. 
Bowden, F. B. 
Britton, J. E. 
Brooks, R. W. . . 
Brown, H. W. 
Burnard, J. H. 

Christie, E 

Clancy, John . . . 

Cottle, Thos 

Crow, W. A 

Curtis, C. H. ... 
Farmer, G. H. 
Fraser, Jas. A. 
Gammage, W. M. 
Grieve, John . . . 
Hamilton, W. J. 
Hammell, W. H. 
Hewson, C. A. 
Holmes, Wm. . . . 

Hutt, H. L 

Ketcheson, R. H. 

Laycock, B 

McClean, G. C. 
McFarlane, A. . . 
McKay, H. J. .. 
McKenzie, W. A. 
Mortimer, R. E. 



8 25 
30 30 
17 30 
43 05 

4 50 

3 00 

5 15 

6 65 
8 50 

6 90 

19 40 

14 05 
11 10 
24 15 

20 40 

8 05 

4 25 

15 00 
4 50 

3 25 

4 65 
101 65 

7 65 

5 85 

9 75 

6 80 
27 05 

6 30 

8 45 



Ogilvie, James 

Palmer, G. E 

Peart, John E. ... 
Potts, Mrs. Ada L. 

Scarf, Wm 

Scott, Rev. A. H. 

Stuart, J. C 

Tebbs, Rev. Geo. W. 
Wickham, F. E. 
Williamson, G. H. . 
Woolings, T 



Contingencies: — 

Brown, H: W., services 

Campbell, Wm., reporting con- 
vention 

Can. Foresters' Hall, Ltd., 
rent of hall 

Chrysler, L., services report- 
ing 

Kent, A., & Sons, badges .... 

Nash, C. W., services 

Potter, Chas., lantern exhibit, 
12.00>; cartage, 2.00; rent 
of lantern, 7.00 

Potts, Mrs. Ada L., services.. 

Scarf, Wm., services 

Thompson, W. J., half tones 



1 


90 


16 


95 


4 


10 


3 


40 


31 


85 


51 


20 


23 


70 


18 


90 


7 


05 


4 


45 


6 


00 


5 


00 


70 


00 


35 


00 


45 


00 


20 


00 


5 


00 


21 


00 


10 


00 


10 


00 


12 


00 



Services and expenses of Geo. Broddy in enforcing the Agricultural 
Societies' Act in 1913 ($205.25) 

Broddy, Geo., services and trav. expenses 205 25 



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265 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Grants to Ontario Provincial Winter Fair, maintenance, poultry coops, 
Horse Show and Seed Fair ($9,500.00) 

Wade, R. W., Secretary-Treasurer, grant 9,500 00 

Grant to Eastern Ontario Live Stock and Poultry Show ($8,500.00) 
Jackson, W D., Sec.-Treas., grant, to Eastern Ont. Live Stock Assn., 1914 8,500 00 

Grants to. Local Poultry Associations and defraying expenses of meetings held 
in connection with Poultry Associations ($2,801.80) 



Secretary of Association: — 

Beamsville 

Belleville 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brockville 

Carleton Place 

Collingwood 

Durham and .South Grey . 
Elmira and Woolwich . . . 

Elgin County 

Elgin West 

Gait 

Gananoque 

Guelph 

Harriston 

Huron 

Kingston 

Lambton 

Leamington and Essex . . . 

Lindsay 

iListowel 

London 

Meaford and Grey County 

Mount Forest 

Napanee 

New Ontario 

Niagara Falls v . . 

Norfolk 

Ontario, North 

Owen Sound 

Oxford 



Perth 50 00 

50 00 Peterborough 50 00 

50 00 Prince Edward 50 00 

50 00 Sarnia 5000 

50 00 Smith's Falls 50 00 

50 00 Spencerville 50 00 

50 00 'St. Catharines 50 00 

50 00 Stratford 50 00 

50 00 Tavistock 50 00 

50 00 Teeswater 50 00 

50 00 Waterloo 50 00 

50 00 York > East 50 00 

50 00 York, North 50 00 

50 00 Contingencies: — 

50 00 Clark, J. W., services at 4.00 

50 00 per aiem, 40.00; trav. exp., 

50 00 19.65 59 65 

50 00 Curran, G. B., services at 4.00 

50 00 per diem, 8.00; trav. exp., 

50 00 9.15 17 15 

50 00 Dawson, Mrs. W., services at 

50 00 4.00 per diem, 30.0*0; trav. 

50 00 expenses, 44.20 74 20 

50 00 iMaciCullough, A. C, trav. ex- 

50 00 penses 4 85 

50 00 Robertson, G. A., services at 

50 00 4.00 per diem, 76.00; trav. 

50 00 expenses, 121.00 197 00 

50 00 Yates, Mary, services at 5.00 

100 00 per diem, 107.50; trav. ex- 

50 00 penses, 91.45 198 95 

50 00 



Grants J to 5 Associations holding sales of pure bred stock, rebate on freight on 
animals purchased at such sales and advertising sales ($375.38) 



C.P. Ry., freight charges 38 50 

Chatham, Wallaceburg & Lake 

Erie Ry. Co., freight charges. 6 90 

G.T. Ry., freight charges 90 70 

Guelph Fat Stock Club, grant. 173 23 
Pere Marquette Ry., freight 

charges 8 10 



Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo 

Ry., freight charges 6 00 

Victoria Pure-bred Stock Asso- 
ciation, printing and adver- 
tising 51 95 



Grants to Horse Shows ($2,204.70) 



Bradford 

Bright 

Cannington . . 
Carleton Place 
Chester ville . . 

Cobourg 

Drayton 

Elora 

Gait 



75 

50 

75 
129 

50 
400 00 

50 00 

67 75 
400 00 



00 
00 
00 
20 
00 



Gowanstown 34 75 

Hamilton 400 00 

Huron County 73 00 

Linwood 50 00 

Malton 50 00 

New Hamburg 50 00 

Sunnidale 50 00 

Toronto Open Air Horse Parade' 

Association 200 00 



266 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No/1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Cannington 
Chesterville 

Elora 

Gowanstown 



Grants to Horse Shows.— Continued. 

Unpaid Grants for 1913 ($476.60) 

75 00 Huron County . 

121 10 Kenilworth . . . 

68 25 Sunnidale 

50 00 



Grant to Toronto Horse Show ($500.00) 

Treasurer, Toronto Horse Show 



Grant to Ottawa Horse Show ($500.00) 
Treasurer, Ottawa Horse Show 



Prince of Wales Prize ($50.00) 
Wade, R. W., Secretary, Ontario Provincial Winter Fair, prize. 



62 25 
50 00 
50 00 



500 00 



500 00 



50 00 



Services and expenses in connection with the enforcement of the Stallion 
Enrolment Act ($11,420.55) 



Anderson, J. C, services at 
10.00 per diem, 242.00; trav. 
expenses, 7.30 

Armstrong, Jas., services at 
10.00 per diem, 682.00; trav. 
expenses, 32.80 

Baker, Dr. W. E., services at 
10.00 per diem, 440.00; trav. 
expenses, 11.70 

Black, J. J., services at 10.00 
per diem, 187.0(0; trav. ex- 
penses, 5.12 

Boag, H. G., services at 10.00 
per diem, 187. 0:0; trav. ex- 
penses, 4.20 

Boag, Jno. A., services at 10.00 
per diem, 187.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 1.70 

Bright, John, services at 10.00 
per diem, 40.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 72.65 

British Whig, advertising 

Canadian Farmer, advertising. . 

Charlton, Geo., services at 10.00 
per diem, 440.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 7.85 

Clark, W. F., services at 10.00 
per diem, 264.0i0; trav. ex- 
penses, 32.65 , • 

Cowan, Dr., services at 10.00 per 
diem, 407.00; trav. expenses, 
16.90 

Farmer's Advocate, advertising. 

Gardhouse, J., services at 10.00 
per diem, 209.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 4.95 

Globe Printing Co., advertising. 

Graham, Wm, services at 10.00 
per diem, 231.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 6.75 

Grenside, F. C, services at 
10.00 per diem, 80.00; trav. 
expenses, 19.60 

Gripton, C, rubber stamps 

Harding, R. H., services at 10.00 



249 


30 


714 


80 


451 


70 


192 


12 


191 


20 


188 


70 


112 

4 

10 


65 
50 
08 


447 


85 


296 


65 


423 
12 


90 
60 


213 
3 


95 

75 



237 75 



99 60 
4 00 



per diem, 553.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 189.00 

Harvey, G., services at 10.00 per 
diem, 187.00; trav. expenses, 

5.95 

Kenning, R. W., services at 10.00 
per diem, 198.00; trav. ex-i 

penses, 11.40 

Kincardine Reporter, advertis- 
ing 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 162.61; 
paper, 52.13; blank books, 
18.75; stationery, 125.17; 

folders, 105.50 

Kingston Standard, advertis- 
ing 

London Free Press, advertising 
MoCall, C. <M., services at 10.00 
per diem, 407.00; . trav. ex- 
penses, 17.20 

McEwen, R., services at 10.00 
per diem, 155.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 73.10 

Mackay, W., services at 10.00 
per diem, 121.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 6.55 

Mail and Empire, advertising. . 

Mortimer, R. E., services at 

10.00 per diem, 315.00; trav. 

expenses, 200.80 

Mossip, W., services at 10.00 
per diem, 429.00; .trav. ex- 
penses, 32.35 

Newton, W. J. H., services at 
10.00 per diem, 187.00; trav. 

expenses, 12.50 

Ottawa Citizen Co., advertising 
Ottawa Free Press, advertising 
Ottawa Journal, advertising . . . 
Palmer, Geo., services at 10.00 
per diem, 440,00; trav. ex- 
penses, 19.65 

Reed, H. G., services at 10.00 



742 


00 


192 


95 


209 


40 


2 


00 



464 16 



6 

2 


30 
70 


424 


20 


228 


10 


127 
4 


55 
80 


515 


80 


461 


35 


199 

15 

2 

4 


50 
15 
00 
00 



459 65 



191314 



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267 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 

Services and expenses in connection with the enforcement of the Stallion 
Enrolment Act. — Continued. 



per diem, 187. 00; trav. ex- 

penses, 1.25 188155 

Robinson, H. M., services at 
10.00 per diem, 396.00; trav. 
expenses, 12.60 408 60 

Robson, T. E., services at 10.00 
per diem, 363.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 21.85 384 85 

Rural Pub. Co., advertising ... 5 04 

Scharf, Adam, services at 10.00 
per diem, 440.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 29.50 469 50 

Shelburne Economist, advertis- 
tising 2, 00 

Simcoe Reformer, advertising.. 2 00 

Sinclair, J. A., services at 10.00 
per diem, 198.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 11.20 209 20 

Spencer, Jno., services at 10.00 



per diem, 110.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 10.25 120 25 

Telfer, Robt, services at 10.00 
per diem, 220.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 17.45 237 45 

Thacker, Dr. Thos., services at 
10.00 per diem, 451.00; trav. 
expenses, 43.30 494 30 

Waring, J., services at 10.00 
per diem, 187.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 11.65 198 65 

Weekly Sun, advertising 5 00 

West Durham Review, adver- 
tising 2 00 

White, Job., services at 10.00 
per diem, 440.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 14.50 454 50 

White, Peter, services at 10.00 
per diem, 190.00; trav. ex- 
penses, 132.25 322 25 



Grants, services and expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes ($27,323.52) 



Treasurer, Farmers' Institute:- 

Addington 

Algoma, East 

do N. Shore 

Brant, iSouth 

.Bruce, South 

Durham, East 

Essex, North 

Frontenac 

do Centre 

Grenville, iSouth 

Grey, Centre 

do South 

Haldimand 

Hastings, East 

do North 

do West 

Huron, East 

do South ... 

do West 

(Lambton, East 

Lanark, North 

Leeds, .South 

Lennox .-. 

do 1913 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin, East 

do West 

Middlesex, East 

IMonck 

Muskoka, Centre 

do North 

do 'South 

Norfolk, North 

do South 

Northumberland, East 

do West 

Ontario, North 

Oxford, South 

Perth, North 

do North, 1913 



25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 
25 00 



do South 

Peterboro, West . . . 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Rainy River 

Renfrew, North . . . 
St. Joseph Island . . 

Simcoe, South 

(Stormont 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 

Victoria, East 

do West 

Waterloo, ISouth . . 
Wellington, Centre 

do East . 

do iSouth 

Wentworth, North 

York, East 

do West 



Treasurer, Women's Institute: 

Addington 

Algoma, Centre 

do \N. Shore 

Amherst Island 

Brant, North 

do South 

Brockville 

Bruce, Centre 

do North 

do South 

do West 

Carleton 

Dufferin 

Dundas 

Durham, East 

do West 

Elgin. East 

do West 



25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


10 


00 


25 


00 


22 


00 


10 


00 


46 


00 


37 


00 


10 


00 


37 


00 


34 


00 


25 


00 


25 


00 


37 


00 


58 


00 


48 


00 


40 


00 


31 


00 


28 


00 


31 


00 



268 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, services and expenses, Farmers' and Woman's Institutes.— Continued. 



Essex, North 

do iSouth 

Frontenac 

Glengarry 

Grenville, South 

Grey, Centre 

do North 

do South 

Haldimand 

Halton 

Hastings, East 

do North 

do West 

Huron, East 

do West 

do South 

Kenora 

Kent, East 

do West 

Lambton, East 

do West 

Lanark, South 

do North 

Leeds, South 

do N. and Grenville 

Lennox 

Lincoln 

Manitoulin, East 

do West 

Middlesex, East 

do North 

do West 

Monck 

Muskoka Centre 

do North 

do South 

Norfolk North 

do South 

Northumberland East . . 
do West . . 

Ontario North 

do South 

Oxford North 

do South 

Parry Sound South 

do North . . . 

Peel 

Perth North 

do South 

Peterborough East 

Prescott 

Prince Edward 

Rainy River 

Renfrew North 

do South 

Russell 

St. Joseph Island 

Simcoe Centre 

do East 

do South 

do West 

Stormont 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 

Union 



25 00 
28 00 
16 00 
16 00 
22 00 
58 00 
46 00 
40 00 
70 00 
43 00 
52 00 
40 00 
22 00 
37 00 
40 00 
19 00 
19 00 
40 00 
43 00 
52 00 
32 00 
31 00 
25 TM) 
28 00 
25 00 
19 00 
28 00 
37 00 
37 00 
34 00 
43 00 
37 00 
37 00 
19 00 
37 00 
43 00 
43 00 
22 00 
40 00 
40 00 
37 00 
40 00 
37 00 
37 00 
3'4 00 
34 00 
55 00 
28 00 
34 00 
16 00 
10 00 
43 00 
37 00 
28 00 
28 00 
10 00 
19 00 
49 00 
49 00 
34 00 
36 00 
19 00 
64 00 
46 00 
19 00 



Victoria East 

do West 

Waterloo North . . 
do South .. 

Welland 

Wellington Centre 
do East 

do South 

do West 

Wentworth North 
do South 

York East 

do North 

do West 



34 00 

52 00 

31 00 

31 00 

49 00 

37 00 

31 00 

28 00 

25 00 

40 00 

43 00 

46 00 

46 00 

43 00 

Treasurer, Branch, Women's Institute: — 

Algoma Centre 15 00 

do East 15 00 

do N. Shore 12 00 

Brant North 36 00 

do South 27 00 

Bruce Centre 27 00 

do North 24 00 

do South 15 00 

do West 15 00 

Carleton 24 00 

Dufferin 48 00 

Dundas 18 00 

Durham East 30 00 

do West 21 00 

Elgin East 18 00 

do West 21 00 

Essex North 15 00 

do South 18 00 

Frontenac 6 00 

Glengarry 6 00 

Grenville South 12 00 

Grey Centre 48 00 

do North 36 00 

do South 30 00 

Haldimand 60 00 

Haliburton 6 00 

Halton 33 00 

Hastings East 42 00 

do North 30 00 

do West 12 00 

Huron East 27 OQ 

do South 9 00 

do West 30 00 

Kenora 9 00 

Kent East 36 00 

do West 33 00 

Lambton East 42 00 

do West 42 00 

Lanark North 12 00 

do South 24 00 

Leeds South 18 00 

do North and Grenville . . 15 00 

Lennox 9 00 

Lincoln 18 00 

Manitoulin East 27 00 

do West 27 00 

Middlesex East 24 00 

do North 33 00 

do West 27 00 

Monck 27 00 



1913 14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



269 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, services and expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes. — Continued. 



9 00 

24 00 

33 00 

6 00 

6 00 

33 00 

12 00 

30 00 

33 00 

27 00 

30 00 

27 00 

27 00 

24 00 

24 00 

45 00 

18 00 

24 00 

6 00 

6 00 

33 00 

27 00 

18 00 

18 00 

9 00 

39 00 

39 00 

24 00 

36 00 

9 00 

54 00 

30 00 

9 00 

24 00 

42 00 

21 00 

21 00 

39 00 

27 00 

21 00 

18 00 

15 00 

30 00 

33 00 

39 00 

36 00 

33 00 

Services and travelling expenses lectur- 
ing: — 

Services. Expenses. 
Services at 5.00 per diem: — 

Backus, Dr. Annie . . 

Carpenter, J. P. 

Clark, J. W 

Elliott, Andrew 

Grant, Mrs. R. H. 

Grose, Henry 

Guest, E. G 

Hill, Marion S 

Mallory, P. R 

Paget, J. N 

Parsons, Mrs. H. W. 
do accountable 

Stephens, Mrs. L. R. 



Muskoka Centre 

do North 

do South 

Nipissing East 

do West 

Norfolk North 

do South 

Northumberland East 
do West 

Ontario North 

do .South 

Oxford North 

do South 

Parry Sound North . 
do South 

Peel 

Perth North 

do South 

Peterborough East . . 
do North . 

Prince Edward 

Rainy River 

Renfrew North 

do South 

St. Joseph Island . . . 

Simcoe Centre 

do East 

do iSouth 

do West 

Stormont 

Temiskaming 

Thunder Bay 

Union 

Victoria East 

do West 

Waterloo North 

do South 

Welland 

Wellington Centre .. 

do East 

do South . . . 

do West 

Wentworth North . . . 
do South . . . 

York East 

do North 

do West 



165 00 


98 91 


27 50 


23 25 


220 00 


73 20 


90 00 


65 35 


5 00 


1 50 


430 00 


287 75 


32 00 


40 60 


41 00 


32 10 


125 00 


147 39 


60 00 


68 50 


129 00 


21 95 




50 00 


188 00 


81 80 



Stinson, W. J. 
Yates, Mary . . 



Services. Expenses. 

20 00 

15 00 17 75 



Services at 4.00 per diem 

Barbour, G 

Bowes, L. E 

Brethour, J 

Brown, Dr. C 

Brown, W. J 

Campbell, A. M. ... 

Campbell, Susie 

Collins, Edna M. . . 

Cowling, E. M 

Cristie, A 

Dawson, Mrs. W. . . 
Dempsey, W. H. ... 

Dempsey, P. C 

Denyes, H. K 

Duke, J. O 

Dyment, E 

Fairbairn, J. B. 
Ferguson, Jas. F. . . 

Fisher, P. A 

Fortier, G. W 

Foster, H. T„ 

French, N. C 

Gilholm, B 

Glendinning, H 

Govenlock, Mabel . . 
Greer, Mrs. A. V. . . 

Groh, Anson 

Hamilton, Dr. L. S. 

M 

Harkness, R. E. ... 
Holds worth, R. L. 

Hotson, Maud 

Hunter, Mrs. J. W.. 

James, D 

Johnston, F. M 

Jones, Harold 

Lewis. R. H 

Lowe, Mrs. J. J. 
McAlphine, Dr. M. . . 
McDiarmid, D. H.. . 
McKenzie, Mary . . . 
McTavish, M. M. 
MoTurk, Mrs. E. B. 
MacQueen, Mrs. M. 

Mallory, C 

Marton, I. N 

Mbodie, L. F 

Moorhouse, R. L. . . 
Murdock, M. E. ... 

Murphy, R 

Norman, Mrs. N. M. 
Parsons, Mrs. L. M. 
Patterson, Dr. M. . . 

Pearce, S. M 

Powell, Mrs. M. V.. 
Preston, Janet M. . . 
Reynolds, L 



242 00 

88 00 

24 00 

134 00 

8 00 

144 00 

232 00 

148 00 

116 00 

44 00 

256 00 

24 00 

40 00 

24 00 

38 00 

76 00 

84 00 

64 00 

4 00 

40 00 

22 00 



140 
244 



00 

00 

6 00 

56 00 

124 00 

88 00 

112 00 

108 00 

12 00 

18 00 
126 00 
332 00 
108 00 

42 00 

94 00 

48 00 
8 00 
8 00 
4 00 

72 00 
370 00 

40 00 
120 00 

32 00 
144 00 
340 00 
180 00 

96 00 
302 00 
355 00 
200 00 

38 00 
170 00 
136 00 

20 00 



198 65 

74 55 

9 65 

90 24 

4 60 

100 60 

162 70 

118 90 

26 65 

25 35 

102 84 

17 00 

21 90 

23 20 

34 10 

66 45 

81 50 

51 75 



1 

1 

14 



70 

85 
85 



76 40 

143 70 

6 10 

31 60 

32 75 
29 90 

64 80 
96 65 



11 90 
67 30 
362 31 
74 75 
36 30 
79 05 
19 10 



28 90 
172 48 
11 00 
84 50 
22 75 

51 05 
289 30 

72 30 

75 05 

119 47 

282 40 

52 65 
20 45 

126 90 

39 35 

7 85 



270 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



No. 1 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, services and expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes.— Continued 





Services. 


Expenses. 


iRittenhouse, S. H. 


48 00 25 15 


Robson, E 


144 00 47 25 


Ross, A. W 


16 00 17 35 


Saunders, Mrs. F. D 


. 120 00 57 32 


Scarf, W 


216 
. 112 


198 95 


Shaw, Jno. € 


78 05 


Shearer, J. C. ... 


360 00 264 05 


Smillie, E. E .... 


. . 192 00 63 15 


Smith, C. B 


28 00 25 05 


Smith, A. R. G.... 


230 00 221 40 


Smith, J. C 


552 00 254 40 


Speers, Ada 


88 00 21 89 


Sutherland, D. M. . 


164 00 29 30 


iSwinn, Albert 


72 00 35 50 


VanSickle, P. 0. . 


38 00 26 30 


Watts, Mrs. F. W.. 


158 00 55 90 


Watts, Mrs. M. L. . 


144 00 s 95 35 


Westbrook, A. E. . 


42 00 43 70 


Widdifield, J. W. . 


68 00 54 65 


Wilson, Mrs. M. . . . 


4 00 10 25 


Woelard, Mrs. M^ L 


320 00 150 80 


Services at 3.00 per d 


iem: — 




Coutts, Annie J. . . 


39 00 20 95 


Hankinson, L. D. 


12 00 10 35 


Shaw, M. Pauline . . 


12 00 


Young, Agnes 


48 00 23 10 


Bawn, Mrs. M. E. 




8 60 


Beckett, R. S 






4 95 


Brown, Mrs. S. L.. . 






4 10 


^Buchanan, C. W. 






2 50 


Ohisholm, W. M. 






6 10 


'Crow, J W 






7 60 


Curran, G. B 






29 95 






48 40 


Dummert, Mrs. H. W 






1 40 


Duncan, R. S 

Finnie, W. B 

Fowler, Mrs. R. V.. 






24 25 






16 85 






2 60 


Gardhouse, Jno. . . . 
Goltz, Mrs. H. L. 






2 00 






8 15 


Graham, Mrs. E. G. 






3 40 


Graham, W. R 

Greer, Mrs. G. H. 






12 15 






41 35 


Harcourt, R 

Harvey, Miss 

Inch, Mrs. Adam . . 
Knight, A. A 






13 15 






2 00 






2 05 


. . . 




9 10 


McDowell, F. C. 
McGee, Elizabeth . . 
Mcintosh, A; D. 






5 30 






13 15 






22 85 


McKay, N. C 

McKenzie, E 

McLennan, D. M. 
McRae, F. C 






58 40 






33 45 






50 35 






15 60 


McVannel, A. P. .. 

Main, C 

Mason, A. W 






41 05 






53 10 


.... 




9 15 


Nash, C. W 

Paterson, F. C 






4 25 


. . . 




15 50 


Pawley, N. iH 






11 11 



Peck, W. R 

Reek, W. R 

Reynolds, J. B. . 
Shaver, F. D. 

Sirrett, H 

Smith, M. T. ... 

Spry, J. B 

Squirrel, W. J. . 
Stackhouse, Mrs. 

L 

Steckley, J. C. . 
Tisdale, W. H. J. 
Wilson, Geo. ... 



Services. Expenses. 



A. 



Contingencies: — 
Amer. Express Co., charges.. 
Amer Tent & Awning Co., 

rent of tents, etc 

Bascom, A. M., book 

Bell Telephone Co., messages 
Brett & Auld, printing folders 
'Brighton Ensign, printing 

posters 

British Canadian, advertising 
Bruce Herald and Times, 

printing bills 

Butson, J., cartage, lumber, 

etc 

Can. Express Co., charges . . 
Can. Facts Pub. Co., books.. 
Can. Foresters' Hall, Ltd., 

rent of hall 

Can. Fairbanks-Morse Co., 

wrench, etc 

•Can. Home Journal, advertis- 



ing 



C. P. R., freight charges 

Clements, W. H., rent of hall 

Collingwood Enterprise, print- 
ing folders 

Colville, H. A., books 

Consolidated Optical Co., test 
cards and chart 

Cousins, T. A., rent of hall.. 

Deyman, Jas., rent of building 

Dom. Express Co., charges . . 

Drummond, W. A., & Co., mik 
testing outfit, etc 

Duggin, Jno., rent of hall . . 

Dundalk, Town of, rent of 
hall 

Dutton Advance, printing 
programmes 

Eaton, T., Co., cotton, dishes, 
etc 

Edwards, S. H., rent of hall. 

Elmvale Lance, printing post- 
ers *. 

Elstone, A., livery hire 

Ferguson, R. J., livery hire 



6 


95 


9 


15 


5 


05 


140 62 


34 


80 


17 


75 


3 


05 


16 


40 


15 


15 


50 


35 


41 


50 


2 


95 



80 



318 


26 




78 


3 


05 


12 


75 


5 


50 


5 


89 


5 


40 


32 


03 


4 


28 


21 


7*5 


45 


00 


1 


65 


36T 39 




86 


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15 


00 


5 


00 


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06 


3 


00 


10 


50 


1 


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25 


25 


2 


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2 


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12 


25 


22 


73 


8 


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3 


75 


23 


50 


5 


00 



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271 



AGRICULTURE.— Continued. 



Grants, services and expenses, Farmers' and Women's Institutes.— Continued. 



Ford, S. W., phbto 

Fraser, W. E., services re 
Short Course 

Fraser, C, rent of hall 

Freek-Clark Co., hasp 

Fry, Root, services re Short 
Course 

Gamble, A., teaming 

Gillespie, C. S., hardware . . 

G. T. R M freight charges . . 

Haggen, Jno., cartage 

Hale Bros., printing 

Hearle, M., charts 

Honeywell, R., rent of hall . . 

Hugill, E„ rent of hall 

Ingram & Bell, medical in- 
struments 

Isaac, :H., feed for stock, etc. 

Jacques, W. T., & Sons, print- 
ing 

James, M. A., & Son, printing 

Kent, Ambrose & Son, banner 

King's Printer, distribution, 
printing and binding, 
213.66; paper, 6.84 

Knox, J., labor 

Leslie, D„ rent of hall 

Lindsay Warder, {printing and 
stationery 

Lucknow Sentinel, advertising 

McClellan & Co., lumber .... 

McCullough, R., rent of nail 

McKay, N. C, carbide 

McKenzie, C, cartage 

McKenzie, Seyler, Ltd., films 

Markdale Standard, "printing 
posters 

Methodist Book & Pub. House, 
book and chart 

Might Directories, Ltd., press 
clippings 

Millbrook Reporter, printing 

Morgan, L. C, advertising . . 

Morrison, W. H., rent of hall 

Murphy, A., distributing prog- 
rammes 

Niebel, H. R., photo 



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2 40 


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4 50 


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20 50 


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5 65 


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80 


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3 95 


5 00 


10 00 


36 


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65 



Norwood Register, printing. 

Nuttle, Robt., livery hire . . 

Ont. Agricultural College, 
lantern slides 

Orangeville Banner, adver